“Lesson 27: The Age of Accountability,” Primary 3: Choose the Right B, (1994),128. Lesson 27: The Age of accountability. Purpose . To help the children understand that at the age of eight they begin to become accountable for their actions. . (Enter Name Here).
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To help the children understand that at the age of eight they begin to become accountable for their actions.
Heavenly Father knows we are old enough to be responsible for our actions, he allows something important to take place when we are eight.
Which article of faith tells us that we are responsible for our own sins?
The second article of faith.
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Those Lamanites who joined the Church called themselves Anti-Nephi-Lehies, or the people of Ammon.
The Lamanites who did not repent were angry with the people of Ammon and prepared to fight them.
The people of Ammon knew that the wicked Lamanites would come to kill them but decided not to fight back.
They buried their weapons deep in the ground and promised God they would never kill again.
When the wicked Lamanites came and began killing them, they bowed to the ground and prayed.
Seeing that the people of Ammon would not fight back, many of the wicked Lamanites stopped killing them.
Not wanting the people he loved to be destroyed, Ammon prayed for help.
The Nephites in Zarahemla gave Ammon and his people the land of Jershon and protected them.
17 And now it came to pass that when the king had made an end of these sayings, and all the people were assembled together, they took their swords, and all the weapons which were used for the shedding of man’s blood, and they did bury them up deep in the earth.
18 And this they did, it being in their view a testimony to God, and also to men, that they never would use weapons again for the shedding of man’s blood; and this they did, vouching and covenanting with God, that rather than shed the blood of their brethren they would give up their own
lives; and rather than take away from a brother they would give unto him; and rather than spend their days in idleness they would labor abundantly with their hands.
1. Dare to do right! Dare to be true!You have a work that no other can do;Do it so bravely, so kindly, so well,Angels will hasten the story to tell.
ChorusDare, dare, dare to do right;Dare, dare, dare to be true,Dare to be true, dare to be true.Dare to Do Right
2. Dare to do right! Dare to be true!Other men’s failures can never save you.Stand by your conscience, your honor, your faith;Stand like a hero and battle till death.
ChorusDare, dare, dare to do right;Dare, dare, dare to be true,Dare to be true, dare to be true.
Words: George L. Taylor, b. 1835
Music: Arr. by A. C. Smyth, 1840–1909Dare to Do Right
You answer yes, and then quickly straighten up a few things in the areas you should have already cleaned.
2 We believe that men will be punished for their own sins, and not for Adam’s transgression.
This is an important time in your life, but you are not alone.
You have parents and leaders to guide and help you.
You also have Heavenly Father and Jesus Christ to love you and guide you.
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27 And their children shall be baptized for the remission of their sins when eight years old, and receive the laying on of the hands