President Russell M. Nelson reminded us of the great joy that comes with repentance and change in his Priesthood Session talk, “We Can Do Better and Be Better.” Get some ideas for how to discuss this lesson in your class below.
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Thanks to Craig Conover for these great questions.
Questions to Ponder
Why is it important for everyone to repent?
Why does repentance feel like a punishment?
How does repentance help us to look to Jesus Christ?
How does looking at repentance as "change" cause us to look at it differently?
How can we repent and change the way we love?
How can we repent and change the way we think?
How can we repent and change the way we serve?
How can we repent and change the way we spend our time?
How can we repent and change the way we treat our spouses and others?
How can we repent and change the way we care for our bodies?
How can we make repentance a regular, daily focus in our lives?
How can we teach our children to repent daily in their lives?
In what ways can we better allow the Savior to transform us into the best version of ourselves?
How are purity and power connected?
How does purity empower us to help in the gathering of Israel?
What stands in the way of your repentance?
What is one thing you will do today to eliminate what stands in the way of your repentance?
How does repenting/changing how we treat our bodies help us to become more like Christ?
How can we better guard ourselves from the attacks of Satan with regards to our bodies?
How can we dress and groom our body to better please God?
What are some ways we can make it easier for our wife/husbands to want to be our partners?
How do you attune your heart to your wife/husbands heart?
What can we do to not be asleep while the battle rages?