Not as I will Bug as thou wilt primary lesson helps with week will help you teach about the Last Super and The Garden of Gethsemane. This lesson will include an easy to follow set of questions and prompts for your class. Coloring pages, and much more!
“Not as I Will, But as Thou Wilt”
The first thing I would like to introduce to you is the themes. This week in the Come Follow me Lesson titled “Not as I Will, But as Thou Wilt” There are just 2 themes. But they are some of the greatest stories of the New Testament. They include:
- The sacrament is an opportunity to remember the Savior.
- The Savior suffered for me in Gethsemane.
Questions and Prompts
I always like to provide a questions and prompts page. This is a simple set of questions and answers you can ask directly to your class. This week is no different! The questions come directly from the Come Follow Me manual. They include scripture references to help you use the scriptures as you answer guide. Below is the question and prompts page for the week:
Lesson Idea #1
The first lesson idea I have for the lesson is a visual of all the sacrament items we use today. The idea also stems from this idea in Come Follow Me manual:
How do the bread, water, and other elements of this ordinance help you remember Him and His suffering?
Use the visuals and ask your class what they know about each of these items and what they represent. Then use the questions and prompts to further learn about what the scriptures and our Savior taught us about the Sacrament.
Lesson Idea #2
The second lesson Idea goes along with the Sacrament as well. I encourage you to share the video in this weeks CFM lesson plan about the sacrament and Gethsemane. Then I have provided a coloring page of the last supper.
Lesson Idea #3
The third idea is another coloring page this time of Jesus in Gethsemane. It come from this Come follow me Idea
President Russell M. Nelson invited us to “invest time in learning about the Savior and His atoning sacrifice” (“Drawing the Power of Jesus Christ into Our Lives,” Ensign
May 2017, 40).
Consider what you will do to accept President Nelson’s invitation. You might start by prayerfully pondering the Savior’s suffering in Gethsemane, as described in these verses, and writing impressions and questions that come to mind.
You will find more scriptures to deeper study Jesus’s atoning sacrifice in your Q+P page.
Primary Lesson Conclusion
I hope that the lesson helps and Question and Prompts page have made it simple for you to teach this lesson to your class this week! Be sure to pin the image below so that you can save this idea for later! Thank you for stopping by! You will find this weeks downloads right above the images in this post!