Tag Archive: The Fall

The Atonement

I used this handout with 2 Nephi 9:1-26. The Atonement What does the phrase “infinite atonement” mean? His Atonement is infinite—without an end.  It was also infinite in that all humankind would be saved from never-ending death. It was infinite in terms of His immense suffering. It was infinite in time, putting an end to the preceding prototype of animal sacrifice. It was infinite in scope—it was to be done…
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The Fall Was Part Of God’s Plan: 2Nd Week Sharing Time Idea For February 2013

Downloaded from: http://littleldsideas.blogspot.com/2013/02/the-fall-was-part-of-gods-plan-2nd-week.html Sharing Time Ideas from the 2013 Primary OutlineIDENTIFY THE DOCTRINE (seeing a picture): Show a picture of Adam and Eve. Tell the children that Adam and Eve were the first people to come to earth and receive bodies; they were placed in a garden called Eden. Explain that when they left the garden, it became possible for us to come to earth; their leaving the garden is called…
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The Fall Worksheet – Moses 4-5

Here’s the handout I used to teach the end of Moses 4 and the first 16 verses of Moses 5. It’s got some scripture references that show how things were before and after the fall (from the Seminary manual) and a list of lessons we can learn by studying Adam and Eve. There’s a small graphic at the bottom that shows how blood sacrifice pointed to the Atonement which was…
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The Fall was part of God’s plan.

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As we know, Adam and Eve succumbed to Satan’s temptations to eat the fruit and disobeyed God who had commanded them not to eat from the tree of knowledge of good and evil. As a consequence, they were separated from God’s presence physically and spiritually — an event we refer to as the Fall. They became mortal — just as we are — subject to sin, disease, all types of…
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