Scripture Reference: Matthew 4

December 3, 2018
Matthew 4; Luke 4–5

Sunday School teacchers, time your lesson carefully. It will be easy to get carried away talking about temptation and fill your entire class period. If you are combining this lesson with another week's lesson, carefully plan how much time you will spend on each topic, but balance the need to cover multiple subjects with the student's need to discuss the topic. If you sense that no new material is being added to the discussion, thank the class for their participation and express gratitude for it, but don't be afraid to move on.

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December 17, 2014
Light will not shine throught the blackness

By Wendi Gunn: Here is an object lesson that I am going to use for #dandc58 :34-65. It could be used to illustrate #repentance in any lesson though. I used it in a SS class and it was very effective. I took a light bulb and spray painted it black. Then I asked the class […]

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December 31, 2012
Find a pattern

Try to identify patterns in the scriptures that can help your students overcome challenges. Look for words that repeat, phrases that describe a behavior or character trait, or doctrine, principle. EXAMPLE During our discussion of Matthew 4, I had my students explain Jesus' three temptations to the class. I listed them on the board. Then […]

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September 19, 2012
Matthew 4

Today we covered Matthew 4, the temptation of Christ. This has always been one of my favorite scripture stories. I'm not sure if it's because Jesus owns Satan so soundly or if it's that I feel like the temptations give an insight into the personality of the Savior... whatever it is, I always like this […]

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