For more information on this topic read “Winning the War
against Evil,” by James J. Hamula, Ensign, Nov 2008, 50-53.
Obey the word of the Lord as it is given to you. His word will not only love and comfort but invariably instruct and correct. Do as He bids you to do, no matter how hard it may seem to you, and do it now. It is in doing the will of the Lord that knowledge of Him and love for Him accrue to your soul, which leads you to be ever more willing to lay down your own life and follow Him.
(James J. Hamula, “Winning the War against Evil,” Ensign, Nov 2008, 50-53.)
“Keep the Commandments,” Children’s Songbook, p. 146.
And behold, all that he requires of you is to keep his commandments; and he has promised you that if ye would keep his commandments ye should prosper in the land; and he never doth vary from that which he hath said; therefore, if ye do keep his commandments he doth bless you and prosper you. (Mosiah 2:22)
Put each of the following clues on separate pieces of paper.
Tell your family that they need to follow the instructions carefully, and when they have found the correct word they should write it on the paper.
Joseph F. Smith
I recollect most vividly a circumstance that occurred in the days of my childhood. My mother was a widow, with a large family to provide for. One spring when we opened our potato pits she had her boys get a load of the best potatoes, and she took them to the tithing office; potatoes were scarce that season. I was a little boy at the time, and drove the team.
Instruct the group to close their eyes and each to hold both hands in front of the body, with the index fingers touching and pointing at each other, and about 12 inches from the nose. Announce that you are going to give them a coordination test. Tell them to raise the right hand six inches.
Fool Proof Fudge