Tag Archive: Recognizing promptings

I will be baptized and confirmed

Primary Talks

The Holy Ghost will whisper. Listen, listen to the still small voice. (Children’s Songbook, page 106.) “Good morning,” Mom greeted Kim cheerfully. “Breakfast is almost ready. Would you finish setting the table for me?” Kim put silverware and a glass at each plate, pulled out a chair, propped her head in her hands, and stared at the flower pattern on her plate. “Are you excited about your all-day picnic,” Mom…
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Recognizing the spirit through music

Object Lesson

Ask everyone to close their eyes and listen to the music that you are about to play. Tell them to think about how the music makes them feel. Play the scary music (you can find web sites that allow you to download Halloween music and sounds for free). Play the loud music. Next, play the soft music. Let them know that when the Holy Ghost speaks to us we won’t…
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Holy Ghost, recognizing the holy ghost and being worthy to keep its companionshi

Object Lesson

Start off your lesson with a volenteer to put on a pair of socks. When you show the volenteer the muddy socks, he/she won’t want to put them on. Walk around the room asking for another volenteer to put them on. After they are reject the opportunity to put on the socks, relate it the the holy ghost, that he does not dwell in unclean things, just like we would…
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Kind of promptings of the Holy Ghost

Object Lesson

I brought my cell phone and would play the different tones and asked them to listen to them and think what kind of promptings they would represent. The happy tones represented the Holy Ghost letting you know that something was good. The tones that sounded scarey were warnings. The tones that were peaceful were comfortings. The different sounds from the cell phone could actually help them feel things and associate…
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