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Book of Mormon Come Follow Me FHE Lesson – “His Name Shall Be Called … The Prince of Peace”

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Nephi delighted in the words of Isaiah and took great care to record them for his people. This Book of Mormon FHE lesson teaches us how to rejoice in the scriptures and what we can do if we’re confused by what we read. 

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Scripture

2 Nephi 11:8

I write some of the words of Isaiah, that whoso of my people shall see these words may lift up their hearts and rejoice for all men.

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Hymn

I Love to See the Temple | Children’s Songbook, pg. 95

1.I love to see the temple.
I’m going there someday
To feel the Holy Spirit,
To listen and to pray.
For the temple is a house of God,
A place of love and beauty.
I’ll prepare myself while I am young;
This is my sacred duty.

2.I love to see the temple.
I’ll go inside someday.
I’ll cov’nant with my Father;
I’ll promise to obey.
For the temple is a holy place
Where we are sealed together.
As a child of God, I’ve learned this truth:
A fam’ly is forever.

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Lesson

FOR CHILDREN

Begin the lesson by asking children to name as many prophets as they can. Feel free to have them shout out the names and give them a little help if they need it. Once they’ve finished, ask them the following question: What do all of these prophets have in common?

Read aloud: Prophets testify of Jesus Christ. This is their main mission and calling. One of the prophets that is known for his beautiful and important teachings about Christ is Isaiah. Isaiah spoke about the future and when Jesus would come to the earth again. Nephi loved the words of Isaiah. Writing on metal plates was hard, but he took the time to write down some of his favorite scriptures from Isaiah so everyone he loved could study them.

Have someone read the following section from 2 Nephi 11:8:

I write some of the words of Isaiah, that whoso of my people shall see these words may lift up their hearts and rejoice for all men.

Ask: What happy words did we hear in this scripture?

Read aloud: The words of Isaiah, and all scriptures, help us rejoice. Sometimes, the scriptures can be confusing. But if we try to see how the scriptures can apply to us and pray for help, we can learn great things.

Ask: How does reading the scriptures make you feel? How can we rejoice more when we read?

Finish the lesson with your testimony and by helping your children set any goals for their scripture reading.

FOR TEENS & ADULTS

Read aloud: The words of Isaiah can be difficult to understand, but there are lots of lessons to be learned from his teachings. Nephi gives us a few ways that we can find more meaning in Isaiah’s writings.

Scripture: Read 2 Nephi 11:2

Ask: How can we liken the scriptures to ourselves? 

Scripture: Read 2 Nephi 11:4

Read aloud: We can make the words of Isaiah more meaningful to us if we look for symbols of Christ as we read. 

Scripture: Read 2 Nephi 19:2

Ask: What symbol of Christ is represented in this verse? 

Finish the lesson by bearing your testimony.

FOR SINGLE STUDY

Study President Russell M. Nelson’s message “The Temple and Your Spiritual Foundation” and ponder the importance of the temple in your life. What does the Lord want you to learn in His temple? How can you make spending time in the temple more of a priority in your life?

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FHE TreatTreat

Rolo Stuffed Chocolate Cookies

Ingredients:

-1 box of chocolate cake mix
-1/2 cup oil
-2 eggs
-Rolo candies

Directions:

1. Heat to 350.
2. Combine cake mix, oil and eggs. Blend well.
3. Place a Rolo in the center of a piece of cookie dough, fold the dough in a ball around the Rolo.
4. Place on an ungreased cookie sheet 2″ apart.
5. Bake 8-10 minutes.
6. Cool 1 minute and remove from cookie sheet. (Makes 4 dozen cookies)

(Courtesy of LollyJane.com)

FHE Game / ActivityActivity

Have fun writing messages on metal plates. Use aluminum foil to cover pieces of cardboard. Then, using a very dull object, such as the eraser end of a pencil, write messages on the plates. Consider asking them to write their favorite scripture down.

 

 

 

 

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Hannah Hall
Hannah Hall
Hannah Hall is a student at Utah State University, studying Human Experience Design and Interaction. She loves music, reading, hiking, gardening, baking, and spending time with her family.

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