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"The Lord's Prayer"
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“What can we learn from the Lord’s prayer? This packet explores seeking for understanding by breaking the Lord’s prayer down into parts and then discussing what we learn from our Savior’s example.
Tip: Cut the word cards apart. The purple ones represent statements made by Christ during His prayer. The Yellow ones represent things we can learn from the Savior’s example.
Tip: Rather than just reading and placing the word cards up, discuss each item. How can the elements of the prayer be applied to your specific circumstances.
Tip: Place the picture of Jesus on your board at the beginning of the discussion. Then place his words and what we can learn under that.
Tip: Leave the display up all week so family members can ponder ways to have more meaningful prayers.
Tip: Use the black and white copy of Christ praying as a coloring sheet to use during discussion.
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