Mount it on heavy paper. Cut around the solid black lines. Fold tabs on the colored lines to make a box. Glue the flaps. You and your family can play this game to help you remember to be a missionary now. Take turns rolling the box, looking at the picture on the top, and telling how to be a missionary in that pictured situation.
Let your light so shine before men, that they may see your good works, and glorify your Father which is in heaven (Matt. 5:16).
Filed under: Lesson 24: The Lord Helps Missionaries, and glorify your Father which is in heaven (Matt. 5:16)., lds missionaries, Lesson 24: The Lord Helps Missionaries, Let your light so shine before men, missionary activity, that they may see your good works
“Joseph Smith and the Book of Mormon,” Friend, Dec 1992, 42
[Moroni] said unto me that he was a messenger sent from the presence of God to me, … that God had a work for me to do (JS—H 1:33).
I can be reverent by showing respect, honor, and love for Heavenly Father and Jesus Christ.
Joseph Smith honored Heavenly Father and Jesus Christ by restoring the Church.
Read: Joseph Smith—History 1:29–35, 44–53, 59–62, 66–67 [JS—H 1:29–35, 44–53, 59–62, 66–67]
Instructions: Remove this page from the magazine, color the figures, and mount them on heavy paper; then cut out the figures and glue pieces of flannel on the backs. Read the scriptures listed, then retell the story using the figures.
Filed under: Lesson 15: The Coming Forth of the Book of Mormon, Lesson 22: The Book of Mormon Teaches Me about Jesus Christ, Lesson 25: I Can Be a Missionary, book of mormon, joseph smith, missionary activity, missionary coloring page