Come Follow Me Art

Artwork for Come Follow Me 2021

February 22 - 28

Doctrine and Covenants 18 - 19

The Lord rejoices when we repent.

Notice how often the words repent and repentance are used throughout Doctrine and Covenants 18 and 19, and ponder what you learn from these words each time they are used. Consider especially Doctrine and Covenants 18:10–16; how do these verses affect how you feel about repentance—your own repentance and the duty to invite others to repent?

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"Worth Of A Soul"

by Liz Lemon Swindle

March 8 - 14

Doctrine and Covenants 23 - 26

Voices of the Restoration

The Lord’s words to Emma Smith recorded in Doctrine and Covenants 25 reveal how He felt about her and the contributions she could make to His work. But what was Emma like? What do we know about her personality, her relationships, her strengths? One way to get to know this “elect lady” (Doctrine and Covenants 25:3) is to read the words of people who knew her personally.

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"Emma's Hymns"

by Liz Lemon Swindle

March 8 - 14

Doctrine and Covenants 23 - 26

Emma’s patriarchal blessing, pronounced by Joseph Smith Sr., who was serving as patriarch of the Church:

“Emma, my daughter-in-law, thou art blessed of the Lord, for thy faithfulness and truth: thou shalt be blessed with thy husband, and rejoice in the glory which shall come upon him: Thy soul has been afflicted because of the wickedness of men in seeking the destruction of thy companion, and thy whole soul has been drawn out in prayer for his deliverance: rejoice, for the Lord thy God has heard thy supplication. ..."

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"Time To Laugh"

by Liz Lemon Swindle

March 22 - 28

Doctrine and Covenants 29

Jesus Christ will gather His people before His Second Coming:

Jesus Christ speaks of gathering His people “as a hen gathereth her chickens under her wings” (Doctrine and Covenants 29:2). What does this image teach you about the Savior’s desire to gather you? As you read Doctrine and Covenants 29:1–8, look for insights about why we gather, who will gather, and how we can help gather the “elect” (verse 7).

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"How Many Times
I Would Gather Thee"

by Liz Lemon Swindle

March 29 - April 4

Easter

“I Am He Who Liveth, I Am He Who Was Slain”

As you prepare to commemorate the Savior’s Resurrection on Easter Sunday, ponder how modern revelation has deepened your faith that Jesus Christ is the Only Begotten Son of God and the Redeemer of the world.

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"Lord Of Prayer"

by Yongsung Kim

May 10 - 16

Doctrine and Covenants 49 - 50

“That Which Is of God Is Light”

After reading Doctrine and Covenants 50:40–46, you could show the picture of the Savior that accompanies this outline and ask questions like these: How can you tell the Savior loves the sheep? How is the Savior like a shepherd to us? What phrases from the scriptures reflect the idea that the Savior is a shepherd and we are His sheep?

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"Genle Shepherd"

by Yongsung Kim

May 31 - June 6

Doctrine and Covenants 60 - 62

"All Flesh Is In Mine Hand"

What reasons do we see in these verses to “be of good cheer”? (see also John 16:33). Perhaps your family could write or draw pictures of things that bring them joy and collect them in a “good cheer” jar. (Be sure to include pictures of the Savior and reminders of His love for us.) Throughout the week when family members need a reminder of reasons to be happy, they could choose something from the jar.

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"Good Shepherd"

by Del Parson

July 12 - 18

Doctrine and Covenants 77 - 80

“I Will Lead You Along”

The Lord told Joseph Smith that He would “speak in [his] ears the words of wisdom” (Doctrine and Covenants 78:2). What words of wisdom do you receive as you study Doctrine and Covenants 77–80?

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"Going Home"

by Yongsung Kim

July 26 - August 1

Doctrine and Covenants 84

“The Power of Godliness”

As you read Doctrine and Covenants 84, ponder the counsel to “live by every word that proceedeth forth from the mouth of God” (verse 44). How will you live by the words in this revelation?

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"Restoration"

by Liz Lemon Swindle

September 6 - 12

Doctrine and Covenants 98 - 101

The Lord wants me to seek peace in His way.

While not everything in Doctrine and Covenants 98:23–48 will apply to your personal interactions with others, what principles do you find that can guide you when you are wronged by others? It may be helpful to mark words or phrases describing how the Lord wanted the Saints to handle the conflict in Missouri.

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"Christ at Thirty-Three"

by Heinrich Hofmann

November 15 - 21

Doctrine and Covenants 133 - 134

“Prepare Ye for the Coming of the Bridegroom”

President Henry B. Eyring taught: “The Restoration of the gospel started with a humble question pondered in a humble home, and it can continue in each of our homes” (“A Home Where the Spirit of the Lord Dwells,” Ensign or Liahona, May 2019, 25).

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"Christ In His Red Robe"

by Minerva Teichert

December 20 - 26

Christmas

“He is the light, the life, and the hope of the world.”

In the final paragraph of “The Living Christ,” note the attributes and titles given for the Savior. The following scriptures can help you ponder how Jesus Christ is “the light, the life, and the hope of the world”: Luke 2:25–32; 1 Corinthians 15:19–23; Moroni 7:41; Doctrine and Covenants 50:24; 84:44–46; 93:7–10. How is He your light, life, and hope? What other attributes or titles of the Savior mean the most to you?

How has studying “The Living Christ” affected your faith in and love for the Savior?

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"Light Of The World"

by Howard Lyon