LDS Lesson Ideas

Rainier Oregon Stake

A Child of God—No Matter What!

(Based on a true story)

I know my Father lives and loves me too. The Spirit whispers this to me and tells me it is true (Children’s Songbook, 5).

Olivia Dahl Cobián, “A Child of God—No Matter What!,” Friend, Jan. 2009, 34–35

Liliana was excited to go to Primary. She wanted to show Sister Lee her new dress.

I’m a princess!

I’m a princess too!

You both are beautiful princesses. Heavenly Father loves you, and we are His children.

Then Sister Lee showed the class some paper crowns.

These crowns say “I am a child of God.”

The children said the words together and then sang “I Am a Child of God.” It was one of Liliana’s favorite songs.

Sister Lee placed the crowns on their heads, one at a time.

Liliana is a child of God.

Liliana felt warm and happy inside.

Liliana couldn’t wait to show Mama and Daddy her crown.

Now I’m really a princess because I am a child of God.

When it was time for bed, Liliana looked everywhere for her crown. She wanted it by her while she slept.

I can’t find my crown! I want to be a child of God!

Mama sat down and pulled Liliana onto her lap.

How do you feel when you sing “I Am a Child of God”?


Me too.

Are you a child of God?

Everyone is a child of God, even without a crown. Always remember, you are a child of God—no matter what!

Mama hugged Liliana, and Liliana smiled as if she knew a special secret.

Illustrations by Elise Black

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