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Come Follow Me 2024, May 27- June 2, Free LDS Youth Sunday School lesson

Updated: May 30



Come Follow me 2024, May 27-June 2, Free LDS Youth lesson, the red crystal, object lesson, Mosiah map, Alma the younger



I taught the first map two weeks ago with the Alma and King Noah addition. It is time to finish it with this last map addition.


Download this map HERE



Here is a video to help you teach it.




Through Jesus Christ, I can change for the better.

It was obvious that Alma the Younger needed a spiritual rebirth. He and the sons of Mosiah were “the very vilest of sinners” (Mosiah 28:4). But soon after his conversion, Alma testified that conversion is essential—for everyone: “Marvel not,” he said, “that all mankind … must be born again” (Mosiah 27:25; emphasis added).


As you read about Alma’s experience in Mosiah 27:8–37, consider putting yourself in his story. Can you think of things about yourself that need to change?






There is a lot of reading this week. I thought of a way to make it more entertaining and hopefully the students will be more attentive to what is being read. No acting necessary, just reading scriptures with their character's parts.


Look through the pictures on the listing, there is colors for Dad's root beer.




OBJECT LESSON:

Mosiah object lesson, LDS youth lesson
Mosiah object lesson, LDS youth lesson


Who, like Alma’s father, might be praying for you “with much faith”? What experiences have helped “convince [you] of the power and authority of God”? (Mosiah 27:14). What “great things” has the Lord done for you or your family that you should “remember”? (Mosiah 27:16). What do you learn from Alma the Younger’s words and actions about what it means to be born again? What examples have you seen?

Take a moment to record some of the ways the Savior is helping you change—or be born again—even if your experiences aren’t as dramatic or as sudden as Alma’s.


This is a good journaling. Take a moment for everyone to record some thoughts.


These are my pages, but it would be easy to create your own.



Is there a hymn you could sing or listen to that expresses your feelings, like “I Stand All Amazed”? (Hymns, no. 193). Who might benefit from hearing about your experiences?

Elder David A. Bednar compared being born again to the process of a cucumber becoming a pickle (see “Ye Must Be Born Again,” Ensign or Liahona, May 2007, 19–22). What does this comparison teach you about conversion?





See also Gospel Library; “Alma Testifies He Has Been Born of God” (video), Gospel Library.



God hears my prayers and will answer them according to His will and timing.

Maybe you’ve been in Alma the Elder’s situation with a family member who is making destructive choices. What do you find in Mosiah 27:8–24 that gives you hope? How might these verses influence your prayers on behalf of others?

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Jenna Madsen
Jenna Madsen
Jun 02

I love the map! I am definitely for adding onto it in the future!

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redwallace
redwallace
Jun 02
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I’m really glad you liked it! It takes a lot of prep to teach it, but it’s so worth it! If you add on to it, let me know what you do, I always love new ideas. ❤️

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rayeelliott86
Jun 02

Thank you!!

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Brittany Humphrey
Brittany Humphrey
Jun 02

Does the map end with Mosiah 24 or is to suppose to cover this week too? Does it go through Mosiah 28? The video above only goes through Mosiah 24 so i want to make sure I don't miss anything.

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redwallace
redwallace
Jun 08
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I guess the sons repent and go on a mission back to the land of Nephi. 😄

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Lisa M
Lisa M
Jun 02

Do you have a print out for the story that goes along with the map?

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redwallace
redwallace
Jun 02
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The story is also written on the puzzle pieces. You can’t go wrong 😄

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