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{Valiant} Primary 4, Lesson 15

LDS.org Primary 4, Lesson 15: Alma and Amulek’s Mission to Ammonihah

 When we respond quickly to the word of the Lord, He helps us obey His commandments. Alma called the people to repentance and taught them of the need to prepare for the Savior’s coming. From Amulek’s experience with an angel, we learn that when we hear and obey the Lord’s call, blessings come to us and to others.

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Use these Jumbo Cut-outs to share the story of Alma and Amulek’s mission.
(Note this set also includes characters for next week’s lesson, 4-16)

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Romans 13, How To Stay Out Of Trouble: 3 L’S

Downloaded from: http://brosimonsays.wordpress.com/2013/03/09/romans-13-how-to-stay-out-of-trouble-3-ls/ ELDER DALLIN H. OAKS:  “The love of God does not supersede His laws and His commandments, and the effect of God’s laws and commandments does not diminish the purpose and effect of His love…. If anyone thinks that godly or parental love for an individual grants the loved one license to disobey the law, he or she does not understand either love or law.”

If I Keep The Commandments, I Can Live With Heavenly Father Again: 4Th Week Sharing Time Idea For February 2013

Downloaded from: http://littleldsideas.blogspot.com/2013/02/if-i-keep-commandments-i-can-live-with.html IDENTIFY THE DOCTRINE (singing a song): Write on the board, “If I keep the ______________, I can live with Heavenly Father again.” Hum “Keep the Commandments” (CS, 146). Invite the children to stand when they recognize the song and join in humming. Ask, “What do we need to do to live with Heavenly Father again?” Write “commandments” in the space on the board. Invite the children to sing…
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10 Commandments Activities

1. Divide the older children into groups to discuss rules that we should obey in our families, schools, church, and country. Have them consider the benefits of obeying the rules and the consequences of not obeying them (e.g., If everyone talks at once, no one will be heard). A member of each group could report for that group. Or at a later time a member of each group could be…
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