Tag Archive: why we pray

Heavenly Father and Jesus Christ appeared to Joseph Smith.

Primary Talks

Fourteen-year-old Joseph Smith was worried about religion. He didn’t know which church to join. One day he read in the Bible, “If any of you lack wisdom, let him ask of God, … and it shall be given him” (James 1:5). Joseph decided he would do as the scripture said and ask God which church was the right one to join. He went to a grove of trees near his…
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Family prayer strengthens my family

Primary Talks

The prayers of the faithful shall be heard (2 Ne. 26:15). “What do these scriptures teach us?” asked Daddy as he closed his Book of Mormon. Four-year-old Tyler piped up, “Jesus said we should always pray.” “That’s right, Tyler,” Daddy said. “Do you think that you can have a prayer in your heart all day today? Besides just praying for yourself, look for others who need blessings and pray for…
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I have many family members who can help me

Primary Talks

A while ago, my parents went away for a few days and I stayed with my grandmother. When it was time for bed, she said: “Megan, come say your bedtime prayer.” “I don’t know how,” I said. “It’s easy,” she explained. “You start out by calling upon Heavenly Father. Then you thank Him for your blessings. After that you can ask Him for whatever you need. It’s also important to…
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Ask and You Will Receive

Object Lesson

(Put a quarter on your head) Tell the children that whomever can get the quarter off your head without touching you can have it. When they cannot get the quarter, tell them that if anyone of them had asked, you would have handed him/her the quarter. The Bible says “Ask, and it shall be given you” Matthew 7:7 (see also verse 8). God desires to share His blessings with us,…
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