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Butterfly struggle Elder Wirthlin

Handout made by Charlsye M “Wrapped tightly in its cocoon, the developing chrysalis must struggle with all its might to break its confinement. The butterfly might think, Why must I suffer so? Why cannot I simply, in the twinkling of an eye, become a butterfly? Such thoughts would be contrary to the Creator’s design. The struggle to break out of the cocoon develops the butterfly so it can fly. Without…
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Come Follow Me: How Can The Atonement Help Me Through My Trials?

  Here are some handouts I have created for March’s “Come Follow Me” curriculum.The following printables are specifically for the lesson outlineHOW CAN THE ATONEMENT HELP ME DURING MY TRIALS?Feel free to print off and use for your lessons!http://courtneyaitken.blogspot.com/2013/02/come-follow-me-how-can-atonem…

Rose / Adversity Handout

Thank you to H. Tietjen who submitted this handout that accompanies Young Women Manual 3, Lesson 23: Overcoming Opposition. Sister Tietjen gave a handout and a rose to her students and used the Roses: Indoor and Outdoor Object Lesson during her lesson. Her handout had the following quote on it: It is those who are tempered in the heat of the Lord’s oven of adversity who develop a beautiful “scent”….
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Atonement / Trial quotes from Maxwell and Ballard

These quotes are to go along with Genesis 22. “In that hour I think I can see our dear Father behind the veil looking upon these dying struggles; . . . His great heart almost breaking for the love that He had for His Son. Oh, in that moment when He might have saved His Son, I thank Him and praise Him that He did not fail us. . ….
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Speaking Negatively about others or Being Judgemental

Object Lesson

Talk about how when we only focus on the negative aspects of a person that is all we see, we can’t see the good things about them. This is why it is dangerous to talk negatively about a person to others. This might form a wrongful negative opinion of that person in the minds of others. Also you could talk about not judging others before you know all the facts…
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Dip into your potential!

Object Lesson

We may start out as a neat individual (bare string) but for every trial we overcome (wax)(Everytime they say some trial the overcome or they overcame a fear they can dip their string into the wax making them a well rounded person with many talents! Then as they countinue to gather these talents and overcome these fear and obstacles that turn into talents they can let their light so shine!…
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Roses – Indoor and Outdoor

Object Lesson

Roses that are grown in a hot-house are very beautiful but their scent is weak. Why is that? Hothouse roses don’t have to develop a heavy scent to attract bees in order to flourish. They are fed, watered, and watched over by the gardener, all in ideal conditions. Outdoor roses face much harsher conditions: wind, rain, cold, heat, and bugs. Outside, roses must develop the strong rose scent in order…
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