To start the lesson, help those you teach focus on the teachings of the chapter. To do this, you could: Read and discuss the section titled “From the Life of George Albert Smith” at the beginning of the chapter. Discuss a picture or scripture from the chapter. Sing a related hymn. Briefly share a personal experience about the topic.
Teachings of George Albert Smith Staying on the Lord’s side of the line requires strict obedience to the commandments. All safety, all righteousness, all happiness are on the Lord’s side of the line. If you are keeping the commandments of God by observing the Sabbath day, you are on the Lord’s side of the line.George Albert Smith Born 4 April 1870 in Salt Lake City, Salt Lake County, Utah, the son of John Henry Smith and Sarah Farr Smith. Ordained an Apostle 8 October 1903 by Joseph F. Smith; set apart as President of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles 8 July 1943; ordained and set apart as President of the Church 21 May 1945 at 75; died 4 April 1951 in Salt Lake City, Salt Lake County, Utah, at age 81.During 2012, LDS members will be studying the latest manual published by their church, Teachings of Presidents of the Church: George Albert Smith. We will evaluate this book regularly, chapter by chapter, by showing interesting quotes and providing an Evangelical Christian take on this manual. The text that is underlined is from the manual, with our comments following.
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CHAPTER 18 Stay on the Lord’s Side. of the Line. The Lord has given us commandments so that. we can resist evil and find happiness. From the Life of George Albert Smith. G. eorge Albert Smith’s grandfather George A. Smith served for. many years in the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles and in the First Presidency as a counselor to Brigham Young. George Albert Smith often repeated the counsel.
Resources Used In This Lesson. BYU Today, March 1991. Conference Reports (CR). Doctrines of Salvation by Joseph Fielding Smith, edited by Bruce R. McConkie. Ensign. Mormon Doctrine by Bruce R. McConkie. Old Testament Student Manual - Religion 301. Sharing the Gospel With Others by George Albert Smith.
Just as President George Albert Smith had to account to his grandfather for what he had done with his name, someday each one of us will have to account to our Savior, Jesus Christ, for what we have done with His name. The importance of having a good name is spoken of in Proverbs, where we read: “A good name is rather to be chosen than great riches, and loving favour rather than silver and.
George Albert Smith is well known throughout the church for his religious conviction and for his compassion and careful shepherding of the world after WW1 as an apostle and after WW2 as President of the Church. But did you know he was nearly blind? When he was 18, he found work with a railway surveying party. While working this job, the glare from the sun on the desert sands damaged his eyes.
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Though this book is used as a lesson manual, the chapters are ordered in such a way that one is able to read the biographical texts and then observe the application of the principles in examples from the teachings of George Albert Smith. I have also used this as a reference when studying specific principles. I appreciate the timeline that dates the events in the life of George Albert Smith and.
This book is a compilation of gospel teachings and testimony by President George Albert Smith, the 8th President of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Each chapter is organized by topic. Some of the chapters that were most meaningful to me were his teachings about missionary work, kindness, service, forgiveness, the reality that God is our Father, we are his children, and he.
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This book features the teachings of President George Albert Smith, who served as President of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints from May 21, 1945, to April 4, 1951. The manual is already available on LDS.ORG.
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George Albert Smith was born on April 4, 1870, in Salt Lake City. His father, John Henry Smith, and grandfather, George A. Smith, had both been counselors to Church Presidents. He became President of the Church on May 21, 1945. After six years as President, George Albert Smith died in Salt Lake City on his 81st birthday, April 4, 1951.
For a Viewpoint on Mormonism look at Teachings of Presidents of the Church: Joseph Fielding Smith that aired November 4-8, 2013, click Part 1 Part 2 Part 3 Part 4 Part 5. Reviewed by Eric Johnson. During 2014, LDS members will be studying the latest manual published by their church, Teachings of Presidents of the Church: Joseph Fielding Smith.