Tag Archive: worth of souls

Digital Scrapping by Irene G

Hello Sister Smith, Here are some handouts I truly enjoyed digi-scrapping for my Laurels.  I hope you and many others will be able to enjoy and make use of them as well.  I usually simply send them to the 1 hour photo to develop, and viola! I’m grateful for your website, and the amazing help it’s been to me. Thank You, Sister Irene G

Worth of Souls

Dear Jenny, I have attached a handout I used for the lesson on each person is divine and eternal. The graphics are from microsoft word. I hope this makes someone elses handout easier than starting from scratch. Thanks, Laura R 1 Samuel 16:7 Matthew 25:40 Romans 12:10 D&C 18:10 Knowing the worth of souls, would you want to make even one person feel that he or she was not of…
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D&C 17-19

This lesson was another winner. I am relieved that things seem to be going along steadily. Today we talked about the Three Witnesses, the Atonement with an emphasis on repentance and punishment, and covered the job description of the Twelve Apostles. We had a nonmember who had just moved into the building show up and stay. She’s Catholic, so she didn’t agree within some of the things we said, but…
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Persevere- turning a “failure” into a success

Object Lesson

Keep items hidden until required. I’ve got some amazing inventions to show you. Look at this pen – can you see what’s special about it? It never runs out, because it hasn’t got any ink in it. Don’t you think that’s wonderful? Look at this next invention – a special clock. Can you see what’s different about it? It never needs adjusting because it has no hands. Are you impressed?….
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Divine Nature

Object Lesson

This is part of a lesson that I taught called “Understanding Your Divine Nature”. I held up the first pot (plain pot with the beautiful plant inside of it) and then held up the second (much prettier pot) and asked if they could be represented by a flower pot, which pot would you choose to be??? (Of course, they pretty much chose the pretty pot) Before we came to earth,…
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