Lesson 25: Captain Moroni Defeats Zerahemnah

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The purpose of teaching Primary 4 Lesson 25: Captain Moroni Defeats Zerahemnah is to encourage your class to put on the whole armor of God to protect against evil. 

Use these adult coloring pages of the Armor of God to bring a fun twist to your lesson. Colored pencils or these felt tip pens are great for grown up coloring.

Study this lesson and next with this lesson kit from The Redheaded Hostess.

Assemble your own Armor of God person with this paperdoll set from Susan Fitch.

The following links are to LDS.org resources unless otherwise stated.


Captain Moroni Defeats Zerahemnah (about 3 1/2 minutes)- Illustrated scripture story


"Dare to Do Right"- Children's Songbook pg. 158

"Choose the Right Way"- Children's Songbook pg. 160


My Primary 4 Lesson 25 handout packet includes:

  • Armor of God matching game- match the piece of armor to its symbolism 
  • Temptation arrows- draw a person the board and put these arrows around them to show why we need armor. 2 are blank so you can add your own or ask your class to add more
  • Journal page- one with a boy and one with a girl- same questions

Click the image to print

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Activity Ideas

Be a Good Example- 2 part handout revealing what each each part of the armor represents

The Whole Armor of God- Directions on how to make your own armor

Put on the Armor of Righteousness- Bright Idea poster

The Whole Armor of God- A chart  of what each piece means and a homemade version- you could bring a lot of the items and dress someone up like this as you go over it.

Put on the Whole Armor of God- Poster with a quote from Elder Robert D. Hales- a knight styled poster.

Book of Mormon Timeline Part 2- Great to go over the recent events as we start more of the war battles

When Life Hands You Lemons, Armor Up- Object lesson

Coloring Pages

A Shield of Faith