FREE DOWNLOADABLE COLORING PAGE | COME, FOLLOW ME DOCTRINE AND COVENANTS LESSON 43: OCTOBER 18–24 “O GOD, WHERE ART THOU?” DOCTRINE AND COVENANTS 121–123

FREE downloadable printable | Come, Follow Me Old Testament Lesson 1: December 27–January 2 “This Is My Work and My Glory” Moses 1; Abraham 3

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Come Follow Me – Week 1 (December 27 – January 2, 2022)

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What is the Old Testament? Read more about prophets and scripture – powered by Happy Scribe

About the Old Testament Heavenly Father’s promises to his children long ago. The first part of the Holy Bible is the Old Testament. These scriptures were written along long time ago. Even before Jesus Christ was born. It has stories that help us have faith in Him.

It teaches us that each person on Earth is a part of Heavenly Father’s family and that he loves his children. In the Old Testament, Jesus Christ is called Jehovah and the Lord. He follows Heavenly Father’s instructions. Since the time of Adam and Eve, Heavenly Father has sent the Lord Jesus Christ to speak to his prophets. Heavenly Father sends the Holy Ghost to help us know a Prophet’s words are true.

The Lord promised the Prophet Abraham and his wife, Sarah, that their family would grow and bless the whole world. Their grandson Jacob had a large family that became a nation. They were called the House of Israel, or Israelites. Prophets taught them to look forward to when Jesus Christ would come.

Many stories in the Old Testament show how the Lord kept his promises to the Israelites. When the Israelites listened to the prophets and kept the Commandments, the Lord helps them when they disobeyed. He could not help them.

You are part of Heavenly Father’s family. Heavenly Father is kind and he loves you. He has a plan for you. Because of the Lord Jesus Christ, you can return to live with Heavenly Father again. Just like the Israelites were taught.

You can choose to have faith in the Lord and keep His Commandments.

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