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2011 - Week 16: Hinckley's Six Be's (pt. 1)


What You'll Need: scriptures, GAK 520: Gordon B. Hinckley, GAK 221: The Ten Lepers, GAK 502: Salt Lake Temple, printed flip book, scissors, hole punch, yarn or binder ring.  If you want to read the Six Be's talk in its entirety click here.

You can CLICK HERE to download the pdf of this lesson for easy printing. If you download, please leave a comment here on what you like about this lesson.

Scripture: Gordon B. Hinckley - Bless [us] that [we] may walk acceptably before Thee as Thy cherished sons and daughters. Each [of us] is Thy child with capacity to do great and noble things.

(A Prophet’s Counsel and Prayer for Youth, Gordon B. Hinckley, Nov 2000)
Opening Song: Choose the Right Way (PCS #160)


(show GAK 520: Gordon B. Hinckley)

You may remember Gordon B. Hinckley.  He was our Prophet just a few years back.  When Gordon B. Hinckley was the Prophet of the church he gave many wonderful talks and taught many lessons.  During one General Conference he gave a very special talk where that we call The Six Be's.  This talk has six lessons that the Lord wants us to practice and become as we go through our lives.  Tonight we are going to talk about three of those Six Be's

Be Grateful

We should always be thankful for the wonderful blessings which we have.  We should not complain.  We can remember the blessings we have instead of thinking about what we don't have.  Say thank you to your mother and your father. Say thank you to your friends. Say thank you to your teachers. Say thank you to everyone who does you a favor or helps you in any way.  And especially remember to thank Heavenly Father.

(show GAK 221: The Ten Lepers)

When Jesus Christ was on the earth, ten men came to Him. All of the men had a terrible sickness.  Jesus healed all of the ten men. The first nine were so excited they ran into town to tell their friends.  Only one healed man turned back to thank Jesus for healing him.  Jesus wants us to be like the man who was thankful.

Be Smart

Heavenly father wants us to be good in school.  Sometimes school is hard and some of us learn things in different ways than others...making learning more difficult. But Heavenly father wants us to try our very best in school.  He wants boys to learn as much as they can so when they grow up they can provide for their family.  He wants girls to learn as much as they can so when they grow up they can teach their children or get as job if their family needs it.  We should learn outside of school by reading good books and doing other things that help us learn.

Be Clean

Our words should be clean. We should not use bad words or say heavenly father's name in a joke.  We should only read good books and watch good TV shows.  We should be very careful about the things we see on the computer because some people put bad things on there for us to find.  Make sure you always have a Mom or Dad with you when you use the computer.

(show GAK 502: Salt Lake Temple or a picture of your closest or favorite Temple)

Heavenly Father has said our bodies are very special, like a Temple.  We should keep our bodies clean by obeying the Word of Wisdom, by dressing modestly and by taking regular baths or showers.  It is important to treat our bodies nicely.
Bear your testimony about each of these principles.  Share blessings you have received by following these commandments and always doing your best.

(For tips on sharing your testimony please click here.)

Practice Song: If you are teaching your family the APRIL Song of the Month, go over the words and music with your family.

Activity: Six Be's Flash Card Flip Book- thread onto binder ring or secure with yarn.

- CLICK HERE to download.
- print onto card stock.
- cut out and punch hole in top left corner of each card.
- have a small prize for anyone at the end of two weeks who has all Six Be's memorized.

*Note: You may choose to only give children first 4 pages until next week's lesson when you teach Part 2 of this lesson.

12 Way Righteous Comments:

Zach 'n' Jack said...

as always, thanks so much! these lessons are priceless!

~L said...

Thank you!!! We have been using your lessons for weeks, great job!

Meredith said...

very cool. my kid could so use these lessons, exciting! :)

Danika said...

This was perfect, I was trying to find something for the six be's I was so excited to find this, Thanks!!

Anonymous said...

Fun, simple and very easy to use. Thank you for taking the time to do this! My family will love this!

Sarah said...

We're using this tonight, thank you for sharing. I just found your blog a few weeks ago and I'm excited to see what's coming this year (and that I have plenty to choose from from the past 2 years!)

Lauren said...

We just had a preschool party about bees, so things are already buzzing around here. I think this lesson will be great this week. Thanks!

Natalie said...

This looks wonderful! I think I will be using one "Be" each week (my young children have short attention spans), and the card book will really tie it all together for the kids in their minds. Thank you so much!

America said...

We live in Morocco and are having a peace corp couple over for FHE, this will be a great lesson to share and also for my 4 little ones, thank you so much, i love your site!!!

Anonymous said...

This is always my favorite site to come to to find FHE lessons. My 3 year old picked the topic tonight and this is what she chose. Thank you so much for the time you spent creating these!

Kylee said...

Thank you for helping our family maintain our FHE goals. Your work is much appreciated!

Anonymous said...

Thank you for all of the F.h.e. lessons and adorable printouts. I love your site!!

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