Tag Archive: Enos
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Click on graphic to read Jacob 6-Enos BEWARE OF FAITH-SHAKERS! Faith-shakers take on many forms. In today’s reading Sherem is the personification of a faith-shaker. Jacob describes meeting the faith-shaker Sherem with these words: “and he knowing that I, Jacob, had faith in Christ who should come, he…
Downloaded from: http://seminaryatsixam.blogspot.com/2014/01/two-cent-prayers.html When we studied Enos, I asked the students:Are you offering Two Cent Prayersand expectingTen Thousand Dollar Prayers?What type of prayer do you think Enos offered?How can you increase the quality of your own prayers?As a reminder to give more than Two Cent prayers, I gave each student 2 pennies to keep in their pockets as a reminder to have meaningful prayers and/or to improve the quality of their…
Downloaded from: http://seminarymoments.blogspot.com/2013/12/jacob-7-anti-christ.html What is an anti Christ? We learned about Sherem today as we did “Seminary Theater” I took the text directly from the scriptures.Cast of Characters:Narrator-Sherem- Multitude- rest of class Jacob (needs a set of scriptures for a prop)-Enos –
Downloaded from: http://ldsscriptureteachings.org/2013/11/25/enos-my-soul-hungered/ Enos had a struggle to know the Lord. Many people today do as well. I believe a key to gaining a testimony of Jesus Christ and the Restoration is to want to know the truth, as well as have an … Continue reading →
Use these wordstrips to help students see the relationships between Lehi and other writers mentioned through the Book of Omni.
This file can be used to have students summarize For example: “Imagine you are Enos. What would you tweet about your experience with prayer.” or “Imagine you are one of the shepherds who saw angels at Christ’s birth. What would you tweet?” You can even ask students to draw a picture they may have snapped to go along with the tweet.
This idea is based on one shared at LDS Seminary Teacher Group by Lindsey M. Here’s what people say about it: Here’s an idea for recapping 1 Nephi. I did something similar last year in NT with Paul, and the students said it was one of their favorite activities! – Lindsay M You know if you did this for each book at the end of the year you could…
Downloaded from: http://teachldschildren.com/?p=4028 Lesson 1: Introduction to the Book of Mormon Lesson 2: Lehi and His Family Leave Jerusalem Lesson 3: The Brass Plates Lesson 4: Tree of Life Vision Lesson 5: The Liahona Lesson 6: Nephi Builds a Ship Lesson 7: Crossing the Sea Lesson 8: Jacob’s Encounter with Sherem Lesson 9: Enos Prays Lesson 10: King Benjamin Lesson 11: Abinadi and King Noah Share on Facebook
In the scriptures we find many examples of prayer. Enos prayed for his family, his friends, and his enemies. Joseph Smith prayed when he had a question. The Brother of Jared prayed when he had a problem. Jesus Christ prayed for each of us. We follow the example of others who showed us how to pray. Talk Source: Jenny Smith
Giving away the new Jenny Phillips cd- check out the detailsThis year one of our goals with the Young Women is to all read the Book of Mormon. I am just going to name a few of the reasons why:1- They can pass off the project for Virtue…