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Mosiah 27 – Hope For Parents Of Wayward Children

Downloaded from: http://ldsscriptureteachings.org/2014/01/14/mosiah-27-hope-for-parents-of-wayward-children/ Mosiah 27 usually causes young people to ask questions about those that they love who are not on the gospel path. I like to emphasize that the Lord does not judge us until the Final Judgment, and so it behooves … Continue reading →

Mosiah 27 Repent From Sin

Downloaded from: http://seminarymoments.blogspot.com/2014/01/mosiah-27-repent-from-sin.html This wonderful talk by L. Tom Perry started off our lesson: I was on an airplane a few weeks ago on my way home. On the seat next to mine was a news magazine opened to an article which intrigued me. It was entitled “The Doubting American—A Growing Breed” (U.S. News and World Report, 26 Feb. 1979, p. 74). Its message was that belief, the energizer of progress…
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{Sharing Time} Answers To Prayers Come From Heavenly Father In Many Ways.

Downloaded from: http://littleldsideas.blogspot.com/2013/08/sharing-time-answers-to-prayers-come.html Sharing Time Idea from 2013 Primary OutlineIDENTIFY THE DOCTRINE (playing a game): Before Primary, write on the board, “Answers to prayers come from Heavenly Father in many ways,”and cover each word with a separate piece of paper. Have a child remove one piece of paper, and ask the children to guess what the sentence is. Repeat until the children discover the sentence, and ask them to read it together….
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Testimony vs Conversion worksheet

There is a lesson on conversion in the New Testament manual for Seminary. When one of my students brought up this issue at the end of class yesterday, I decided to create this handout for use during class to help us get through the topic a little faster. Conversion vs. Testimony What is a testimony? A testimony is the statement or declaration of a witness under oath or affirmation, usually…
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