Tag Archive: blessings

{Sharing Time} I Show My Gratitude By Offering Thanks For All My Blessings

Downloaded from: http://littleldsideas.blogspot.com/2014/09/sharing-time-i-show-my-gratitude-by.html Sharing Time Ideas from the 2014 Sharing Time OutlineIDENTIFY THE DOCTRINE(listening to a story and reading a scripture): Briefly tell the story of the ten lepers (see Luke 17:11–19). Ask the children who in the story showed gratitude. Read Doctrine and Covenants 59:7, and ask the children who we should show gratitude to and what we should thank Him for. ENCOURAGE UNDERSTANDING AND APPLICATION (playing a game):…
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{Sharing Time} We Should Thank Heavenly Father For All Our Blessings.

Downloaded from: http://littleldsideas.blogspot.com/2013/11/sharing-time-we-should-thank-heavenly.html Sharing Time Idea From the 2013 OutlineIDENTIFY THE DOCTRINE: Show the children one or two items that someone has given you. Explain that these gifts are important to you and that you have said “Thank you” for them. Ask the children to share other ways we can show our gratitude for gifts we receive. Ask the children who we should thank for all our blessings. Discuss reasons we…
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{Sharing Time} I Am Thankful For Spiritual Blessings.

Downloaded from: http://littleldsideas.blogspot.com/2013/11/sharing-time-i-am-thankful-for.html Sharing Time Idea from the 2013 Primary OutlineIdentify the Doctrine & Encourage Understanding: Prepare a gift with a picture of the Savior and the following scripture reference inside: Moroni 10:8–17. Write on the board, “I am thankful for spiritual blessings.”Explain that there are many spiritual blessings the Lord may give us; He gives us these blessings by the power of the Holy Ghost. Have a child open…
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Liahona 1 Nephi 16

Downloaded from: http://seminarymoments.blogspot.com/2013/10/liahona-1-nephi-16.html What is this strange thing Lehi is holding?How can something so small lead his family?How does it work?When doesn’t it work?How did it benefit Lehi’s family?We played this game found here: President Thomas S. Monson:“The same Lord who provided a Liahona for Lehi provides for you and for me today a rare and valuable gift to give direction to our lives, to mark the hazards to our safety, and…
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Acts 24-26, Civis Romanus Sum: Blessings for Citizens in God’s Kingdom

Downloaded from: http://brosimonsays.wordpress.com/2013/02/12/acts-24-26-civis-romanus-sum-blessings-for-citizens-in-gods-kingdom/   “If you have not chosen the Kingdom of God, it will make in the end no difference what you have chosen instead” (in Neal A. Maxwell,The Smallest Part [1973], 1. Quoting William Law, an eighteenth century English clergyman).

Blessings Mix – Thanksgiving Theme

Ruth G. shared this activity idea her girls did in November: “We did this for a Beehive activity the month of November for the girls…they were asked to prayerfully think of someone they could give their bags to. Just print out these tags, layer or mix all of the ingredients into a cellophane bag and tie with a ribbon and tag.” This would make a cute Visiting Teaching handout, too….
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Faith in the Lord Jesus Christ strengthens me and my family

Primary Talks

Trust in the Lord with all thine heart; and lean not unto thine own understanding (Prov. 2:5). When I was a small boy, my brother and I often walked five miles to the ranch where my father worked. In the summer it was hot and dusty. As we trudged along, sweat dripping from our faces, I prayed that around the next bend we would find two horses with saddles and…
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Cookie Dough

Object Lesson

This is not for the faint hearted! It is a little expensive, but well worth the cost for the lesson that is learned. Arrange the mixer and the ingredients on the table in a way so that everyone knows you are making chocolate chip cookies (or whatever your family favorite is). You’ve already got them thinking, “Cookies! Cookies!” from the time they walk in the door and look at the…
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