Tag Archive: draw near unto me

Draw Near Unto Me….

Jennifer H. shared this handout. She says, “This quote comes from YW Manual 2 Lesson 1. I printed it on Velum paper and cropped it to fit over the picture of Christ in the red robe (from the distribution center). I used brads to connect at the corners and tied a bow with string. The charm is from a local craft store and says “believe”. The velum could also be…
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Pondering Isn’t Preposterous

This thoughtful handout was submitted by Caralee J. to accompany Manual 1 Lesson 27. She printed the handout on colored cardstock. It reads: Pondering Isn’t Preposterous 1.Pray always before you begin to read the scriptures. 2.Keep a paper and pencil handy while you read. 3.Go slowly. 4.Ask questions as you read the scriptures. 5.Stop many times during the day and ponder the single thought that you have searched out in…
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Cell Phone / Prayer

Object Lesson

Hold up a cell phone and ask if anyone has ever used one. Ask them to name places where they’ve used a cell phone. Answers may include in a car, outside, in the house, even on a boat. Now ask the class why they have used a cell phone. Answers may include I needed information, when I needed help, when I may be lost and not know directions, or when…
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God is the Father of my Spirit

Primary Talks

Henry B. Eyring, “Draw Closer to God,” Friend, Feb 1992, inside front cover (Adapted from an April 1991 general conference address. See Ensign, May 1991, pages 65–67.) Draw near unto me and I will draw near unto you (D&C 88:63). You can talk with people every day who say that God does not exist or is far, far away. A woman who sat next to me on a plane once…
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Coming Closer Together

Object Lesson

Teaches that as individuals move closer to the Savior, they also grow closer to each other. This is a good unity lesson. Place a picture of the Savior on the floor. Place the pictures of family or class members around that picture. Point out that as individuals move closer to the Savior, they also grow closer to each other. How can we move closer to the Savior? Why does our…
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