Youth Lessons for February: Plan of Salvation

by Larry Richman on January 31, 2013

Each month, LDS youth around the world study a different doctrinal principle that is coordinated across Young Men, Young Women, and youth Sunday School classes.

The topic for February is the Plan of Salvation. Understanding this plan is fundamental to spiritual learning. Everything we learn about temporal things makes more sense when it’s viewed in the context of the plan of salvation. That helps us discern between that which is eternally significant and that which is not. When we truly understand the plan of salvation, we live with greater purpose. We see trials and adversity as opportunities to grow. We make choices based on their eternal consequences rather than seeking immediate gratification. We are more able to find happiness and joy.

Parents, grandparents, siblings, and leaders can help the youth learn these doctrines if they will study the doctrines themselves and regularly discuss the doctrines with the youth during the month.

Below is a list of the lessons that may be taught during February.  Quorum and class presidencies and leaders will use the Spirit to determine what is taught.

You may also want to refer to the following resources:

The youth are encouraged to Learn the doctrine, Act upon it in some way, then Share what they have learned. Can you think of ways to help the youth Learn, Act, and Share?

Reminder: If you are a teacher, you may want to refer to the step-by-step instructions on how to show media in the classroom.

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loran April 13, 2013 at 3:51 pm

I am very frustrated with the new lesson plans. The old manuels had something to follow, this new format leaves me lost each week when I do the lessons. If anyone has a suggestion on how to make this a better expericence, I would love to hear from them.. Thank you.

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