Scripture Reference: Luke 13

December 28, 2018
Luke 12–17; John 11

Lenses is a great teaching technique to help students read the scriptures from different perspectives. Try it if you decide to use the lesson manual activity where students try to think about the resurrection of Lazarus through the eyes of different people in the story. Primary teachers of younger children may find their students do not understand what death is. Be sure your students understand what death is before you talk about resurrection.

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December 5, 2018
Matthew 13; Luke 8; 13

This lesson covers a lot of varying topics. Primary teachers, carefully select two or three to cover during class. Sunday School teachers, you will not be able to give this lesson the attention it deserves, as this lesson is combined with THREE others due to a fifth Sunday and General Conference. Prayerfully consider which material from this and the next three lessons will be of most value to your students. If you choose to do the activity where you "write on strips of paper several gospel truths and several false, worldly ideas or practices," be careful that you don't accidentally add in your own personal ideas of what is a worldly practice. Use the suggestion in the manual to select false, worldly ideas from General Conference addresses to avoid any difficulty.

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August 6, 2011
Restitution and Restoration

Items Needed: Breakable object that can be fixed with glue Glue A raw Egg A bowl Lesson Idea: Break the breakable item (or show two broken pieces) and have a participant come up and glue them together. Discuss making mistakes and making restitution. Break the egg in the bowl and have another student come up […]

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