Tag Archive: choosing the right

Choosing the Right and Doing Good Deeds activity

Lesson O how great the plan of our God! (2 Ne. 9:13). Before you were born on earth, you lived with Heavenly Father. While you were there, an important meeting was held and Heavenly Father presented a plan that would enable you to live with him again someday. Part of the plan was that you would receive a physical body and learn to choose the right and to do good….
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True in All Things

Using pictures, briefly remind the children of the story of the people of Ammon, who buried their weapons, and of their sons, who fought with Helaman (see Alma 53:10–22; Alma 56:47–49, 54–56). The two thousand young men were strong and active and true at all times. Say that you are looking for some strong, active, true persons. Have a child hold a prop (a helmet, sword, or shield) such as…
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Reading the scriptures strengthens my family

Primary Talks

“Because Daniel would not stop praying, he was cast into a den of lions, Daniel was righteous. …” Danny Miller sat in his Primary class and listened to Sister Jensen tell the story of Daniel and the lions’ den. She finished by telling the children that she knew that the next time they faced a lions’ den, they could be as brave and courageous as Daniel. Danny thought that was…
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Recognizing the spirit through music

Object Lesson

Ask everyone to close their eyes and listen to the music that you are about to play. Tell them to think about how the music makes them feel. Play the scary music (you can find web sites that allow you to download Halloween music and sounds for free). Play the loud music. Next, play the soft music. Let them know that when the Holy Ghost speaks to us we won’t…
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How do we feel when we make a wrong choice?

Object Lesson

Ask for two volunteers. Have one eat a slice of lemon (usually a boy is more likely to taste the lemon than a girl) and another eat a slice of apple. I compared the way they reacted and felt to the way we feel when we make wrong or right choices. The lemon-eaters felt sour and had a bad taste that lingered in their mouths. The apple-eaters enjoyed their apples…
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