Tag Archive: repentance

D&C 58:42 memorization chart

Good Morning, I just created the following flip chart to be used with Lesson 10, “Jesus Made Repentance Possible” from the Family Home Evening Resource Book.  It is a memorization chart for the scripture D&C 58:42.  It begins with all of the words being shown on the paper, and as you flip to each of the subsequent pages, a couple of the words are taken away.  The final page shows…
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The Nephite Cycle of Righteous and Wickedness poster

This poster is from the Book of Mormon Institute manual. I have enlarged the graphic and important text to make it possible to use the image as a visual aid during class. http://institute.lds.org/content/languages/english/Institute%20of%20Reli… (Page 414) Copyright 2011, Intellectual Reserve. Used by permission.

Spiritual Remedies from “Heavenly Halls Medical”

Today we began the study of Helaman, chapter 1-6. I intend to cover these chapters over the next two days. And when I begin a new book within The Book of Mormon (Alma, Helaman, Words of Mormon, etc.), I like to give an overview so that the students have a global understanding of what we’re about to microscopically look at. For the overview, I print up summaries of each (or…
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DO try this at home! Object lessons for YM/YW on virtue, dating, repentance and more

One of my friends, Anthony Sweat and I wrote a book on WHY teens should live LDS Standards. As part of this book we included object lessons that parents (or the teens themselves) could use in a teaching setting. Deseret Book has allowed us to take eight of these object lessons and share them. They are on topics that are tender to teens: steady dating, eternal marriage, sexual purity, gratitude,…
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Manual 1 Lesson 22

This handout was submitted by a user and has the following quote from the lesson by Sterling W. Sill: “God… has a pencil with an eraser on it and he has promised us that he will use it if we will repent and change our ways…He has said that if we would forsake our evil and thoroughly make up our minds against it, then he would wash it out of…
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