Tag Archive: scripture

A Short Glossary of Obsolete Words in the King James New Testament

This post is actually a re-posting of an article by Eldin Ricks found at LDS.ORG: A Short Glossary of Obsolete Words in the King James New Testament – New Era Apr. 1977 – new-era The reason that I am re-posting this is so that it can be formatted in a way that is more easily shareable on […]

1 Nephi 5-6 And 9, Scripture Study Is Divine!

Downloaded from: http://brosimonsays.wordpress.com/2013/09/12/1-nephi-5-6-and-9-scripture-study-is-divine/ Brass Plates, Gold Plates, and more plates… Is it really that important to understand the structure of the Book of Mormon? Yup, I think so! It demonstrates the miracle of the Book of Mormon, including its structure and prophecies concerning the various plates. I really love teaching these chapters and the principles connected to them. The resources […]

Day 5, The Plan Of Salvation

Downloaded from: http://brosimonsays.wordpress.com/2013/09/04/day-5-the-plan-of-salvation/ We had a great experience today as we learned about the G.P.S.–God’s Plan of Salvation! As I will try to do throughout the year, I relied heavily on the BOOK OF MORMON SEMINARY TEACHER MANUAL. This particular lesson is drawn from LESSON 3: THE PLAN OF SALVATION. This lesson was very simple, and yet very profound for many […]

Day 4, Studying The Scriptures

Downloaded from: http://brosimonsays.wordpress.com/2013/09/03/day-4-studying-the-scriptures/ This lesson was based on the resources found in the Book of Mormon Seminary Teacher Manual, Lesson 2: Studying the Scriptures and Section 2.3 of GOSPEL TEACHING AND LEARNING: A HANDBOOK FOR TEACHERS AND LEADERS IN SEMINARIES AND INSTITUTES OF RELIGION. I encourage you to use the online version of these manuals since they have more content than the […]

Learn the Books of the Old Testament

Give each child a paper with thirty-nine lines, one for each book of the Old Testament. On some of the lines write the names of the appropriate Old Testament books. Have the children look in their scriptures, or sing “The Books of the Old Testament” (Children’s Songbook, p. 114), and fill in the books that have not been listed. When the children complete the books of the Old Testament, they…
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