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OBJECTIVE - Each young woman will understand
that temple attendance brings great blessings.

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 Jack and Jill of *many* trades
 Latter-Day Chatter
 Temple Hanger Handout by Heather Flater
 The revealed word of God by Janae Campbell
 The temple is a haven of peace by Shanna Vineyard
 The temple is a symbol of strength by Brandy Doty


As Rain Produces Beautiful Flowers, Preparation Enriches Temple Worship (2007 BYU Women's Conference) - Just as a clouds bursts when it rains, we can burst with preparation. Each raindrop represents a way to prepare. Prayer, fasting, studying the scriptures, and so many more. Just as the rain makes flowers grow, so will our preparation allow the blessings of attending the temple to grow in our lives.
Give each class member a piece of paper and a pen or pencil. Then give class members three or four minutes to write down some of the qualities they would like their future husband or wife to have. After they have done this, have them write down a few things they can do that will prepare them to be able to marry someone like the person they have
Lesson Helps from Debanae's
 Lesson Helps from LDS Living
Lesson Helps from Mormon Share
Lesson Helps from Young Women Connection
 Temple Word Strips for Lesson 14


 Personal Progress Handouts for Manual 2 by Whit Larson


 If Old Testament Video Presentations (53224) is available, prepare to show “Marriage in the Covenant,” a six-minute segment - President Gordon B. Hinckley counsels youth to marry in the covenant.  4:00 min. (Video Clip #5)
 If Doctrine and Covenants Video Presentations (53912) is available, show “Temples Unite Families,” a five-minute segment. The first part of this segment is an excerpt from the conference talk in which President Howard W. Hunter made the following statement: “I invite the Latter-day Saints to look to the temple of the Lord as the great symbol of your membership. It is the deepest desire of my heart to have every member of the Church worthy to enter the temple. … The things that we must do and not do to be worthy of a temple recommend are the very things that ensure we will be happy as individuals and as families.  Let us be a temple-attending people. Attend the temple as frequently as personal circumstances allow” (in Conference Report, Oct. 1994, 8; or Ensign, Nov. 1994, 8).

Comments (3)
  • Allison Lefler

    I remember as a young woman when one of my leaders taught a lesson similar to this. She gave each of us a white box (12x12) that had ribbon and a sticker of the temple on the outside. She told us that we weren't allowed to open that box until the day we went to the temple and that inside would be something that we would take with us on that special day. (It was a pouch/clothing packet) But I set that box on the top of my dresser and looked at it for YEARS. It always reminded me of what I was striving for. I opened it the week I went to the temple right before I got married.

  • Breann

    I'm teaching this lesson tomorrow (wish me luck!) I've been preparing for this lesson for quite awhile as I feel this is an extremely lesson for the YW to hear. One thing my leader did for me was to give me a white hanger to keep in my closet as a reminder that one day I would hang my temple dress on this hanger. For my lesson my mom wrote a poem that I attached to it with white ribbon. They are simple, yet beautiful just like the Temple.

  • Monza Bella

    This is a lovely lesson..for Young Women in Excellence..I did a similar thing with the white hanger..I also added fake wedding rings for temple marriage and white hair ties for baptisms of the dead..I love any lessons that have to do with the temple

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