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Reverence FHE Lesson

Reverence FHE Lesson

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Published by Lara Goold
A family home evening lesson designed to teach family members what it means to be reverent and why we show reverence.

Lesson is in full color and ready to print, cut, and use!
A family home evening lesson designed to teach family members what it means to be reverent and why we show reverence.

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Published by: Lara Goold on Nov 24, 2009
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Reverence
by Lara Goold
 
Materials needed:
scriptures
Purpose:
Teach family members what it means to be reverent and why we show reverence.
Scripture:
 
 Be still and know that I am God 
…”
Psalms 46:10
Songs:
 
 Reverently, Quietly
”,
 
Children’s Songbook page
26
The Chapel Door 
 ,
 
Children’s Songbook, page
156
When I Go to Church
”,
Hymns, page 157
Opening song and prayer:
 
Opening Activity:
 
“ 
Why Animals Can
’ 
 t Go to Primary
” 
story with visuals
:
Read or retell this cute and silly story aboutreverence using the enclosed flannel board figures.
Lesson:
 
Moses with picture and summary:
Using the picture and summary included (or your own words), teachyour family about Moses and the burning bush and what we can learn about reverence from this story.
Define:
Reverence is a feeling of awe or honor when we respect something. We want to treat the personor place gently, politely, and with humility. One way to show reverence is by controlling our body andthoughts.
Body Part Puzzles:
Show the chest of the body and have the children take turns adding other parts to itpiece by piece. As they add each piece, discuss with them how that part of the body can show reverence.
 Hands and arms
: Fold during prayer, keep quiet in lap, don
t poke or bother others
Feet and legs
: Walk quietly, keep still, keeping yourself away from bad places
 Ears:
Listening carefully to talks, listening to parents
 Heads
: Bow during prayers, keep sacred thoughts, think of ways to show respect and reverence
 Eyes:
Watch the teacher, bishop, or anyone who is speaking, close them during prayer
 Lips
: Speak quietly, smile, sing songs, pray, staying quiet while others are praying or teaching
Discuss:
Our meetinghouses belong to Heavenly Father and they, too, are holy places. We are not askedto take off our shoes like Moses was when we enter our church buildings, but we should dressappropriately by not wearing immodest clothing. In addition we should sing and pray reverently, think of Jesus
love for us during the sacrament, and listen quietly to the speakers and our teachers. If we behaveirreverently by running, talking loudly, littering or distracting others, we will not be able to feel thepromptings of the Holy Ghost. When people behave irreverently they also keep others from being able tofeel His spirit. When we are reverent at church, the Holy Ghost will help us know and feel the things thatthe Savior wants to teach us. The scriptures tell us that we should,
be still, and know that I am God 
.
 
Reverence Matching Game:
Turn all the cards face down and play memory. When people find a match they canremind everyone how they can keep that part of their body reverent.
Closing song and prayer:
 
 
Homemade Oreo Cookies:
 COOKIE:2 chocolate cake mixes (dry)1 cup butter4 eggsFILLING:1 pkg. (8-oz.) cream cheese1-3/4 cups powdered sugar1/2 tsp. vanilla2 Tbs. butterCombine cake mixes, butter, and eggs and roll into small evenly sized balls. Place on ungreased cookie sheet and bake at350° for 6-8 minutes. When cool spread with filling and then sandwich them together like an Oreo!Enjoy!
 
Why Animals Can
’ 
 t Go to Primary
” 
 — 
read this silly story about reverence, using the visuals following.

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Thanks for the great idea of using body parts to teach about reverence! My Sunbeams loved it. Especially my boys because this lesson falls close to Halloween. Thanks again. I think I will start posting my lesson plans here to help other members expand on the principles of the Gospel.
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