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principles and doctrines fundamentals

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Transcript of principles and doctrines fundamentals

Gospel Teaching and Learning 2.5

Identify, Understand, Feel the Truth and Importance of, and Apply Gospel Doctrines and Principles
Identifying and understanding gospel doctrines and
principles helps teachers and students apply the
scriptures and words of the prophets to their own
lives and guides them in making decisions. Feeling
the truthfulness, importance, and urgency of gospel
doctrines and principles often leads to an increased
desire to apply what is learned. Applying gospel principles brings promised blessings, deepens understanding and conversion, and helps teachers and students become more like the Savior.

Identifying Doctrines and Principles
What is the moral or point of the story?
Why do you think the writer included these events or passages?
What did the author intend for us to learn?
What are some of the fundamental truths taught in this passage?

Understanding Doctrines and Principles
What is it that the stripling warriors did not doubt?
What evidence is there that these young warriors did not doubt?
How did God deliver the stripling warriors?
What are some “battles” the youth of the Church are fighting today?
What are some ways God might deliver them from such battles?
What does the experience of Abinadi, Joseph Smith, or Shadrach, Meshach and Abed-nego teach us about what it means to be delivered?

Gospel Teaching and Learning 2.5.3
“Although students may identify and understand principles and doctrines of the gospel, they will often not apply them until they feel their truth and importance through the Spirit and sense some degree of urgency to incorporate the principles in their own lives.”

Feel the Truth and Importance of Doctrines and Principles
Have the students reflect on their own personal experiences…
Teachers can share TRUE stories from their own lives or the lives of others
Teachers can provide opportunities for students to bear witness of the truthfulness of principles and doctrines

What is the principle behind Identify, Understand, Feel the Truth and Importance of, and Apply Gospel Doctrines and Principle?

“Our gospel teaching must underscore, as never before, the verity, the relevancy, and the urgency of the restored gospel of Jesus Christ. This triad of teaching objective is keenly important because their force will hasten full conversion.”
What is the principle behind Identify,
Understand, Feel the
Truth and Importance of,
and Apply Gospel Doctrines
and Principle?

Identifying and understanding gospel doctrines and principles helps teachers
and students apply the scriptures and words of the prophets to their own lives and guides them in making decisions. Feeling the truthfulness, importance, and urgency of gospel doctrines and principles often leads to an increased desire to apply what is learned. Applying gospel principles brings promised blessings, deepens understanding and conversion, and helps teachers and students become more like the Savior.

“Although students may identify and understand principles and doctrines
of the gospel, they will often not apply them until they feel their truth and importance through the Spirit and sense some degree of urgency to incorporate the principles in their own lives.”

Gospel Teaching and Learning 2.5.3

What is the moral or point of the story?
Why do you think the writer included these
events or passages?
What did the author intend for us to learn?
What are some of the fundamental truths
taught in this passage?

Identifying Doctrines and Principles

Thomas S. Monson,
Conference Report, Oct. 1970, p. 107

“The goal of teaching the gospel…is not to ‘pour information’ into the minds of class members…
The aim is to inspire the individual to think about, feel about, and then do something about living the gospel principles.”

“Those Seedling Saints
Who Sit before You”
[CES Symposium,Old
Testament, Aug. 19, 1983]

“Our gospel teaching must underscore, as never before, the verity, the relevancy, and the urgency of the restored gospel of Jesus Christ. This triad of teaching objective is keenly important because their force will hasten full conversion.”

Have the students reflect on their own personal experiences…
Teachers can share TRUE stories from their own lives
or the lives of others
Teachers can provide opportunities for students to bear witness of the truthfulness of principles and doctrines

Feel the Truth and Importance of Doctrines and Principles

What is it that the stripling warriors did not doubt?
What evidence is there that these young warriors did not doubt?
How did God deliver the stripling warriors?
What are some “battles” the youth of the Church are fighting today?
What are some ways God might deliver them from such battles?
What does the experience of Abinadi, Joseph Smith, or Shadrach, Meshach
and Abed-nego teach us about what it means to be delivered?

Understanding Doctrines and Principles

Sometimes the teacher will point out the Doctrine & Principles.
Other times the teacher will guide, encourage, and allow
students to discover them for themselves.

The Identifying & Understanding of Doctrines and Principles must
be centered on the scriptural block.

Gospel Teaching and Learning 2.5

Identify, Understand, Feel the Truth and Importance of, and Apply Gospel Doctrines and Principles

“Those Seedling Saints
Who Sit before You”
[CES Symposium,Old
Testament, Aug. 19, 1983]

“The goal of teaching the gospel…
is not to ‘pour information’ into the minds of class members…The aim is to inspire the individual to think about, feel about, and then do something about living the gospel principles.”

Thomas S. Monson,
Conference Report, Oct. 1970, p. 107

GTLH, P. 30 or 2.5.4
Find an insight that sheds light on application that you have witnessed this year.
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