Tag Archive: sanctification

Mosiah 25-29

Downloaded from: http://ldsscriptureteachings.org/2014/01/13/mosiah-25-29/ Mosiah 25-29 is a record of what happened in Zarahemla from approximately 120 to 91 B.C. The people of Zeniff’s colony, including Limhi’s people and Alma’s followers, had returned to Zarahemla and were united safely under King Mosiah’s rule. This … Continue reading →

The Infinite Atonement

Downloaded from: http://seminaryatsixam.blogspot.com/2013/05/the-infinite-atonement.html I am the first to support and understand the need to use CES Curriculum and support when teaching Seminary. When preparing Seminary lessons, I am careful to use stories, quotes, and examples straight from the teachings of ancient and modern day Prophets and Apostles.With that in mind, I highly recommend this book, The Infinite Atonement, by Tad R Callister to Seminary, Institute, and all teachers and students…
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Do You Want A Donut?

Downloaded from: http://seminaryatsixam.blogspot.com/2013/04/do-you-want-donut.html Teaching Atonement, Justification, Sanctification, Salvation, Grace, and Mercy. Click HERE for a very effective class participation activity. It was powerful for my students. At first they looked at me with puzzled early morning looks but quickly the lights were turning on and they “got it” As their classmate had to continue doing push ups whether they wanted a donut or NOT. Before you do this with your class, be…
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Romans 1-5

After the results of the Basic Doctrines Assessment, I’ve been looking for opportunities to help my students understand some gospel terms better.  The opportunity for covering salvation, justification, and grace has come up in the first part of Romans.  I’ve spent two days covering the first five chapters, and we will spread into a third day to finish talking about these important doctrinal concepts. I am using a handout called…
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Understanding Grace Justification and Sanctification

  Understanding Grace, Justification, and Sanctification   Justification and sanctification are at the center of God’s gracious plan of salvation and are the essence of our witness of the Lord Jesus Christ. While justification and sanctification may be viewed as distinct topics, in reality I believe they are elements of a single divine process that qualifies us to live in the presence of God the Father and Jesus Christ. Justification…
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Romans 6:1-7:6 Saved By Grace, Changed By Grace

Downloaded from: http://ldsseminary.wordpress.com/2013/02/25/romans-61-76-saved-by-grace-changed-by-grace/ Romans 6:1-7:6 can be outlined as follows: I. Romans 6:1-7:6 Two Key Ideas: To be dead to sin (justification), to be alive in Christ (sanctification). 1. Romans 6:1-11 The new life of a Christian, symbolism of our baptism a. Romans … Continue reading →

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