#BOMTC Day 27, May 3~Mosiah 5-7 or Pages 156-161: Becoming the Children of Christ

Originally posted on The Book of Mormon Translation Challenge:
Click on graphic to read Mosiah 5-7 For being such a short chapter, Mosiah 5 hits on some pretty essential and deep doctrine. King Benjamin speaks of being born again (born of God), adoption, and becoming children of Christ (See Romans 8 for more from Paul) Did you notice how many times the word NAME appeared in Mosiah 5?…#BOMTC Day 27, May 3~Mosiah 5-7 or Pages 156-161: Becoming the Children of Christ

All Things Work Together For Good

Downloaded from: This object lesson and activity can be adapted to teach many concepts.It would be a great way to end the year by reviewing all of the doctrines and principles taught over the year. This reinforces working together, every one (ingredient) is important, follow the Lord’s recipe, put on the whole armor of God (not just a few ingredients) etc. Just be careful to focus in on one concept…
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Nt Romans 7-8 Inheiritance

Downloaded from: I had them complete a hidden picture sheet first. This brought several smiles and enthusiastic, “YES” form many of them. They all have fond memories of sitting the doctor’s office, picking up a highlights magazine and looking at the hidden picture page first. We read Romans 8: 38-39 Paul taught the Roman Saints that Heavenly Father will see us out, looking every where for us.Why would He…
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Romans 8:12-39 Hope For The Saints

Downloaded from: I find the following outline to be helpful when studying Romans 8:12-39 1. Five Characteristics of a Saint – Romans 8:12-17 A. Romans 8:12-13 A Saint Puts to Death the Natural Man B. Romans 8:14 A Saint is led by … Continue reading →

Scripture Journal glue ins – Agency, Judgment, Suffering in Mortal Life

Here are the glue-ins I’m using for teaching the Plan of Salvation for Old Testament. Agency: The Greatest Decision We want our children and their children to know that the choice of life is not between fame and obscurity, nor is the choice between wealth and poverty. The choice is between good and evil, and that is a very different matter indeed. …Our lives are made up of thousands of…
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The prophet today teaches me how to strengthen my family

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President Thomas S. Monson, President of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints President Monson was born in 1927 in Salt Lake City, Utah. As a boy, he participated in sports activities. He also decided, without having been asked, to cut the lawn of a widow and leave the yard looking much better. As president of his teachers quorum, he was successful in encouraging each member to attend priesthood…
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