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Come follow me 2024, July 1-7, LDS Youth Sunday School lesson helps.

Updated: Jun 29

Come Follow me 2024, July 1-7, LDS Youth Lesson helps, Sunday school

Because last week was 5th Sunday, you have two lessons to choose from. Click on the image to be taken to last weeks lesson. You can use a little bit of both.

I can be an instrument in God’s hands.

The accounts of conversion we read about in the scriptures are often dramatic, but at their core we usually find individuals who had the courage to speak up and share their faith in Jesus Christ. Think about this as you read about Abish and the sons of Mosiah this week.

Pass these out cards. You may need to put students in groups if there aren't enough cards for everyone.

These printable's are in my lesson bundle.

What do you think it means to be an instrument in God’s hands? It might help to think of instruments or tools that you might use in your daily life. In Alma 17:6–12, look for what the sons of Mosiah did so they could be instruments in God’s hands. How can you become a more effective instrument in helping others come unto Christ?

What impresses you about Abish in Alma 19:16–36? What do you learn from her about helping others build faith in Christ?or example, what do you feel would help people you love “believe in the power of God”? (Alma 19:17).

This will be a review, for the group that had the Abish card. But repetition is a great thing! They can help the other students get it right(:

Compare the conference talk with Abish like this:

You might also compare Abish’s experience with the principles Elder Dieter F. Uchtdorf taught in “Missionary Work: Sharing What Is in Your Heart” (Ensign or Liahona, May 2019, 15–18). How did Abish exemplify Elder Uchtdorf’s “Five Simple Suggestions”? Try writing down some things you might say about Jesus Christ. For example, “For me, Jesus Christ …” or “The Savior helps me …”

See also Gospel Topics, “Ministering as the Savior Does,” Gospel Library; “Brightly Beams Our Father’s Mercy,” Hymns, no. 335; “Come and See,” “Come and Help,” “Come and Belong” (videos), Gospel Library.

When we show love for others, we can help them receive the gospel of Jesus Christ.

Look for verses in Alma 17–19 that show how Ammon’s love for the Lamanites inspired his efforts to share the gospel of Jesus Christ. What other truths about sharing the gospel do you learn from his example?

See also “Ammon Serves and Teaches King Lamoni” (video), Gospel Library.

The Lord will help me repent.

After recounting the conversion of Lamoni and his people, Mormon summarized the account with an observation about Jesus Christ. What does Alma 19:36 teach you about the Lord’s character? What else does the account in Alma 19:16–36 teach you about Him? When have you felt the Lord’s arm extended toward you?

Knowing God is worth any sacrifice.

Compare what Lamoni’s father was willing to give up to save his life (see Alma 20:23) with what he was later willing to give up to receive the joy of the gospel and to know God (see Alma 22:15, 18). Ponder what you are willing to sacrifice in order to know God more fully.

Since your students are teaching the lesson, you might have time at the end for a game.

It is in the July 7th lesson bundle.

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