Tag Archive: isaiah

2 Nephi 25- Understanding Isaiah

Downloaded from: http://seminarymoments.blogspot.com/2013/11/2-nephi-25-understanding-isaiah.html When people want to keep valuable possessions safe, they often lock them up. They might keep the only key to the lock, or they might give a copy of the key to a trusted friend or family member.Nephi knew that the prophecies of Isaiah were “of great worth” (2 Nephi 25:8). However, he did not keep them secret. He even taught some keys for anyone who wants to unlock the…
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2 Nephi 5-8

2 Nephi 5 To prepare for this lesson I taped a big sheet of bulletin board paper to the wall and drew this basic map: I will add to it throughout the year to help students keep track of where things are happening in relation to each other as the story progresses. I opened with a brief description of what is happening in the story to keep everyone on track….
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Lesson 38: “Beside Me There Is No Saviour” Old Testament Gospel Doctrine Teacher’s Manual

Here is a free downloadable lesson plan in pdf. form. It contains: An attention activity A scripture presentation adapted from the manual Printable visual aids Print the mini-posters and the scripture cards on heavy cardstock, and cut along the dotted lines on the mini-posters, then fold them in half. See how here: http://ldslessonlove.blogspot.com/

The prophets foretold that Jesus Christ would come to earth.

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Many prophets foretold that Jesus Christ would come to earth. Adam, Enoch, Abraham, Noah, Moses, Isaiah, Jeremiah, Nephi, Lehi, Alma, Samuel the Lamanite, and many, many other prophets taught that Jesus Christ would come. In fact, all of the prophets testified of Christ. 3 Nephi 20:24 says “Verily I say unto you, yea, and all the prophets from Samuel and those that follow after, as many as have spoken, have…
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April Lessons – General Conference, Isaiah, Jeremiah

I just can’t do it all :) This blog is proof positive of that. The house has been cleaner, I’ve been making bread and cooking more often, spent the week of spring break working on the new website and keeping up with the kids’ stuff, but something had to give. Naturally, it was the blog, I suppose. General Conference I did do a review for general conference again this time….
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Teaching Isaiah

I’m not going to lie. This Isaiah stuff is HARD to teach! I will occasionally hit a lesson that takes me longer to prepare — in the 1-2 hour range. Usually that’s because I make a handout or have to try to find some supplemental media. But wow. This Isaiah stuff takes so much cross-referencing for me even to *start* understanding it that I’m spending at least 3-4 hours per…
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