This clipart sign accompanies Young Women Manual 2 Lesson 40: Self-Mastery. It details the way that our thoughts become our destiny, so we must be sure that we always think thoughts that will ensure the destiny we desire.
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This is a take home hand out with the scripture from the LDS Young Women’s Manual 1, Lesson number 34: “Let virtue garnish thy thoughts unceasingly” on a music note. One end of the note is blank for the girls to write on as per the lesson’s instructions. Available in PDF or JPEG.
This is a handout I used during the LDS Young Women’s Manual 1, Lesson 34, Worthy Thoughts for the girls to fill out as I read the lengthy article by Elder Boyd K Packer. Along with this article I used part of an an old cassette tape by Jack Christiansen called Music: Apples or Onions to demonstrate that music causes a physiologic response in listeners. Available in PDF
Jennifer H. shared this handout and says, “I used this for YW Manual 2 Lesson 34. We are counseled to use the hymns as a way to help keep our thoughts clean. I know many of the girls, especially the beehives don’t know the words to many of the hymns. So, in the month prior to teaching this lesson, I asked each girl and leader to tell me what her…
This handout was submitted by Lindsay S. to accompany lessons on Worthy Thoughts. Color, 2 per page
Jessica R. created these cute handouts to go with the lesson. It also works with the 2007 Mutual theme: Let virtue garnish thy thoughts unceasingly!
Have the student stand up with one of their arms outstretched straight to the side. Tell them that you are going to apply pressure on their hand and try and push it down. Their job is to keep their arm up in the horizontal position. Ask the student to think about something horrible that has happened to them. When they have said they have thought of something, give them the…
1. Write situations like the following on slips of paper. Give one to each class. Have them discuss it, then role-play the situation and a possible solution for the whole group: (a) You are at your friend’s house and he or she wants to watch a video your parents do not approve of. What should you do? (b) You are watching a TV show and realize that it is very…
If there is anything virtuous, lovely, or of good report or praiseworthy, we seek after these things (A of F 1:13). Have you ever had a bad thought or word come into your mind? It is not a good feeling. Sometimes they come all by themselves. But you can make them leave! Your mind can think of only one thing at a time, so when a bad thought or word…