It’s Fast Sunday, and the Spirit prompts you to share your testimony. What would you most likely say?
“I know that this trial has made me grow, and I’m grateful for the lessons it provided.”
“This opportunity to serve others helped me develop charity for God’s Children.”
“I know Jesus Christ is our Savior.”
“God created the perfect plan so we can live with our families forever.”
The missionaries called. Another member can't come with them to a lesson and now need someone to accompany in an hour. Do you:
Promise to meet them in 10.
See if they might be able to reschedule. You want to help, but can’t right now.
Apologize that you can’t, but let them know who might be able to help.
Politely decline. You’ve got a talk to write, a child to pick up, family coming to town, just a little too much going on right now.
A difficult trial comes up in your life. You’re unsure if you are strong enough to overcome this difficulty. What do you do?
Look for the good in the situation. God must have a reason for allowing this to happen.
Face it with a quiet dignity. You know God won’t ask you to do something impossible.
Serve others. Your own trials seem lighter when you can help others.
Pray. For any trial, you know you can overcome it with God’s help.
The bishop challenges the ward to find someone to serve this week. Who do you serve?
Anyone. I’m truly serving the Lord when I serve others.
Someone I don’t really know too well. Service is the best way to learn to love someone.
My family. The best work is always done in the home.
Whoever needs my time and love the most, whom the Spirit will guide me to.
How often do you speak up in Sunday School?
I usually apologize for talking a lot at least once a lesson.
Often. I always make sure to study the lesson beforehand.
Only when the Spirit prompts me to share.
Hardly ever. I prefer to keep my thoughts to myself
You have an entire day to do anything that you want. What do you want to do?
Finally read that book that’s been on your shelf for months.
Be with family. They are the light of your life after all.
Try to learn something new, like sign language or painting.
Look for small ways to serve others. Simple things can often make a huge difference.
A loved one tells you they’re struggling with their testimony and don’t know what they believe. Do you:
Promise to love them no matter what. They are God’s Child after all.
Quietly pray for guidance on how to help them. The Lord knows how to best help them.
Answer any questions that you can, and promise to help them find more answers.
Bear a simple Testimony about what you do know to invite the Spirit to testify.
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