The 4th verse of This is My Beloved Son applies in the instances in the scriptures where God the Father speaks in the scriptures to each of us. We all have the opportunity to hear Heavenly Father speak to us and this verse teaches us how!
I love the suggestion from the February 2007 Friend HERE that states:
…Have all of the children look up D&C 18:34–36 [Senior Primary only will use the scriptures]. Ask them to listen and answer the question, ‘Who else can hear the voice of our Heavenly Father?Sing the final verse to find the answer. Point out that the last note of the song is different in the last verse.Have…three groups hold one tone to create a chord on the final ‘Hear Him!’ (A, C, F). At the end of the song, they will hear the beautiful harmony of the chord.”
- Group 1: Jesus getting baptized by John the Baptized
- Group 2: Nephites see the Savior
- Group 3: Joseph saw Heavenly Father and Jesus Christ as he knelt down to pray
After each “act” pull out the 3 corresponding pictures used HERE and sing that verse.
Bear testimony that as we read the scriptures and pray to Heavenly Father, we can hear Heavenly Father’s voice through the gift of the Holy Ghost.
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5 thoughts on “This is My Beloved Son, vs. 4”
Did you have props or anything available for them to use?
I didn't have any props and it worked out great. I suggested to the groups to act out the scenery because some of the things only involved a few people.
I love this! Is this on google docs? I can't print it 🙁 without paying
I've moved the document over to Google Drive. I thought I had them all changed over but it looks like I missed one (or probably several more!). Thanks for letting me know!
Thank you Camille! You are awesome! I taught your lesson yesterday and it went so nicely!