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What can we do to be active in the Church and live up to our commitments to the Lord? Share and discuss the following list given by President Ezra Taft Benson — You may want to make this list into a handout.
Ask them to write in their class notebooks or study journals what they plan to do to improve in each selected area. Encourage them to share their experiences during a future class. We should willingly serve wherever we are Invite a student to recite or read Mosiah 2: Ask students to explain what this scripture means to them.
In our day, where should Church members gather? To help answer the preceding question, ask a student to read aloud the following statement by the First Presidency from a letter dated December 1,in which they reaffirmed the long-standing counsel of priesthood leaders on the importance of members building the Church in their own countries: Why is it important to build the kingdom of God in our own country?
McConkie —85 of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles: In this connection, let us ponder these truths: A stake of Zion is a part of Zion. You cannot create a stake of Zion without creating a part of Zion. Zion is the pure in heart; we gain purity of heart by baptism and by obedience.
A stake has geographical boundaries.
To create a stake is like founding a City of Holiness. Every stake on earth is the gathering place for the lost sheep of Israel who live in its area. The gathering place for Chileans is in Chile; for Bolivians it is in Bolivia; for Koreans it is in Korea; and so it goes through all the length and breadth of the earth.
Scattered Israel in every nation is called to gather to the fold of Christ, to the stakes of Zion, as such are established in their nations. Build up Zion, but build it up in the area where God has given you birth and nationality. Build it up where he has given you citizenship, family, and friends.
Zion is here in South America and the Saints who comprise this part of Zion are and should be a leavening influence for good in all these nations. In what ways can the Church be a leavening influence in a country? Ask students to share experiences about Church members they know who are a leavening influence in their branch, ward, stake, or community and how they make a difference and bless others.
Ask students to follow along and look for the blessings of service. Then invite students to share examples from their own experiences.
Suggested Student Assignments Invite students to think of specific areas in their life that they could change in order to live more righteously.
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