I colorized a version of the Chris Gunn image found here:http://mormonshare.com/lds-clipart/young-woman-reading-scriptures-0
Tag Archive: reading our scriptures
Color in one square for each day that you read your scriptures.
Color in one square for each day that you read your scriptures. For 2010!
A new scripture reading chart for 2011. Just color in the box for the dates you read your scriptures. Months and days listed. Can be used for all scriptures.
Sing “Seek the Lord Early” (Children’s Songbook, p. 108). Discuss the statement “I’ll search the scriptures and find Him there.” Have each class search the scriptures and locate a verse that talks about a characteristic of Heavenly Father. (See Sharing Time, Friend, Feb. 1994, p. 36.) Have each class share their scripture. List the characteristics that are talked about and the scripture references on the chalkboard or a large piece…
Search the scriptures; for … they … testify of me (John 5:39). Because Heavenly Father and Jesus love you, they gave you the scriptures so that you can learn about the gospel and how to live it. The word scripture means a “holy writing.” When we read the scriptures, we learn what Heavenly Father expects of us, what He will do if we obey Him, and what will happen if…
Fourteen-year-old Joseph Smith was worried about religion. He didn’t know which church to join. One day he read in the Bible, “If any of you lack wisdom, let him ask of God, … and it shall be given him” (James 1:5). Joseph decided he would do as the scripture said and ask God which church was the right one to join. He went to a grove of trees near his…
(Information and quotations are from Bible Dictionary—Hezekiah and Isaiah; Isa. 9:6, Isa. 29:4, Isa. 38:1–8, and Isa. 53:9.) Great are the words of Isaiah (3 Ne. 23:1). Anthony peered out the window of his pretend time machine. It was actually a cardboard box that he had decorated with markers, foil, and other things. For several days he had had lots of fun playing in it. Now he was imagining a…
Sprinkle baby powder on the page under the front cover of your Book of Mormon or Bible before class or your talk. Keep the book closed. When you pull out your scriptures, open the cover and blow off the baby powder (this looks like dust).