Jesus Christ is a God of miracles

Primary Talks

One night, a man named Nicodemus came to Jesus and said “Rabbi, we know that thou art a teacher come from God: for no man can do these miracles that thou doest, except God be with him” (John 3:2) Jesus performed many miracles. The first miracle we know of was when he turned water to wine at the wedding. He healed many sick people. He cast out devils. He healed…
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Baptism Q&A

Memorize John 3:5. Give each class a card. On one side, write Baptism. On the other side, write one of the questions below and its references. Have the classes search their scriptures, determine the answers, and share them with the rest of Primary. Questions and references (the answers are in brackets [ ] for you): • Who must be baptized? (Topical Guide—Baptism, Essential / especially John 3:5) [all people must…
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I Can Keep My Baptismal Covenant

What is a covenant? In the Church, a covenant is a mutual promise that we make with Heavenly Father. To covenant means to “come together,” or to be bound together by promises. Sometimes it is a promise that we make in our hearts. Even when we make a covenant in our hearts with Heavenly Father, there are things we do to show that we have made those promises. Baptism is…
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Ask and You Will Receive

Object Lesson

(Put a quarter on your head) Tell the children that whomever can get the quarter off your head without touching you can have it. When they cannot get the quarter, tell them that if anyone of them had asked, you would have handed him/her the quarter. The Bible says “Ask, and it shall be given you” Matthew 7:7 (see also verse 8). God desires to share His blessings with us,…
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