Asking the Lord for further light and knowledge is essential to the Gospel of Jesus Christ. The Lord will open the windows of Heaven and bless us with more understanding and guidance for us and our families if we simply ASK!!!
- What does our family need to learn this week?
- What lessons would help our family with our struggles this week? (often I am more specific)
- What Spiritual Gift should we learn about this week?
- Who needs to teach each lesson this week?
- What message do you have for us this week?
I often have more questions than this or am more specific but I hope this will help you get started if you are not ASKING already 🙂
Some of the GIFTS in Matthew 6 & 7
Play a game with your family and see how many gifts they can find 🙂
1-5 & 16-18Gifts of Humility or Meekness
6-11 Gift of Prayer
10 – Gift of Hope
12 & 14-15 Gift of Forgiveness
13 Gift of Protection & The Gift of Seeking that which is Righteous & The Gift of Discernment
19-21 & 33 The Gift of Seeking that which is Righteous
22-23 Gift of Light
24 Gift of Obedience
25-34 Gift of Faith & Gift of Hope
1-5 Gift of Charity
6 Gift of Reverence
7-11 Gift of Asking
12 Gift of Kindness
13-14 Gift of Obedience
15-20 Gift of Discernment
21-23 Gift of a Pure Heart
24-28 Gift of Obedience
–VIDEOS FOR THE FAMILY–
It is okay to have question
AMAZING talk about why its good to ASK questions (one of my favs)
Another Favorite – Why not Ask? (this is great for spiritual gifts but also in general – WHY NOT ASK?)
Great talk about Acquiring Knowledge
Great Talk about Asking with Faith
How to understand Answers
It is okay to Ask
This book is AWESOME, all of Wendy Nelson’s books are great! This one will help you start to think about the importance of ASKING questions.
“Questions are powerful agents of change. Do you want better relationships? Ask better questions. Do you want a great life? Learn to ask great questions. The questions we ask ourselves and others can significantly influence the kind of lives we create. They can motivate or they can demoralize. They can increase our ability to solve problems or they can make situations worse.”
Art – Peace Be Still
By Michael Dudash