Here is a Double Sided glue-in for D&C 46. There are two wonderful quotes for understanding the Gifts of the Spirit, and the Gift of Tongues. With a double sided glue-in, that means that you can have one quote on one side, and the other quote on the other side of the same glue-in. Just print both pages of the PDF. Then when you make copies, have the copier print with both sides on the same page. Now since it is made as Landscape, you need to load one of the two pages upside-down when you load the copy machine. Otherwise, when it comes out, one of the quotes would be upside down. Play with your copy machine and you will find out what I am talking about.
This simple glue-in shares how Joseph Smith generally received revelations recorded in the Doctrine and Covenants. Here Parley P. Pratt is expressing how he saw Joseph receive Section 50 of the Doctrine & Covenants. But you can use this when Parley is introduced in Section 32 or section 50 or any time you wish to give your students a better idea of how revelations were received. Before having a students read the quote, have them look for what impresses them about the process when Joseph received revelations.
Perhaps no other thing you do as a seminary teacher will have a greater lasting impact, than getting your students in a habit of daily scripture study. Our Church S&I Administrator, Chad Webb recently expressed his concern that the greatest barrier to youth graduating from Seminary this year, might be reading the scripture text for the year. Do you know how your students are doing with this? Find out and encourage them. So many students have not gotten into a habit of daily scripture study. The following might help.
As the poster and handout suggest, “Study Buddies” is “How to Never Miss Another Day of Scripture Study” again.
How it works is simple:
Here is a glue-in / worksheet for teaching Doctrine & Covenants 25 about Emma Smith. It will get your class searching through verses 4-15 on the characteristics of “An Elect Lady”. You may want to have them work on it in pairs. After going through it as a class, ask the young men which of these characteristics they admire most in young ladies, and why. Challenge them to develop these characteristics and be worthy of a spouse who has developed these traits.
Also here is a link to a great Ensign article about Emma Smith. August 1992. The original is better with original art work in the article. https://www.lds.org/ensign/1992/08/my-great-great-grandmother-emma-hale-smith?lang=eng
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