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Sunday’s Lesson Links

Confession: I am horrible at reading Relief Society and Sunday School lessons ahead of time. Terrible, awful. I am, however, really quite excellent at reading them during or after the lesson is given. Most of my problem is that I don’t know what the lessons are ahead of time. Sure, the lesson schedules are passed our, or are always printed on a calendar or piece of paper that someone passed out at one point or another…but don’t ask me where that piece of paper is now!

As a reminder for myself, and anyone else interested, these are the lessons for sunday (some wards are on slightly different schedules). There are also links to some additional reading from LDS Living that correspond to each lesson.

SUNDAY SCHOOL Book of Mormon Lesson 31: Firm in the Faith of Christ.  Click HERE for LDS Living’s supplemental reading article.

RELIEF SOCIETY Joseph Smith Teachings Lesson 16: Revelation and the Living Prophet . Click HERE for LDS Living’s supplemental reading article.

LDS Living offers a weekly e-mail newsletter service that will list the lessons for the upcoming Sunday, along with additial articles that aid in our understanding of the lessons. All of the church manuals and lessons are on LDS. org, too, so there is no excuse for not having a manual.

Happy reading!


One Response

  1. You better read it…I’m teaching this Sunday, although i think we’re on Establishing the Cause of Zion. At least that’s what I’m prepping for.

    I’m bad about reading the lessons, too though.

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