Check out these free printables and lesson ideas that go along with the Come Follow Me lesson for this month. Monthly I will be releasing new Come Follow Me coloring pages and prints to go along with your weekly lessons! I used to do these for the monthly visiting teaching messages, and I’m excited to start them for children and prints for youth and older.
Each month the Come Follow Me Manual outlines study of a set of verses. For May, it outlines some of Jesus Christ’s teachings and life. To go along with each week I have created various prints and coloring pages you can print for free. If you need help with printing scroll to the bottom. Even though I have highlighted snippets from each week, I encourage you as families or individuals to read through the entire weeks scriptures.
May- Come Follow Me Free Printables
April 29–May 5
“My sheep hear my voice,” He said, “and I know them, and they follow me” (John 10:27).11
11 I am the good ashepherd: the good bshepherd giveth his life for the sheep.
14 I am the good ashepherd, and bknow my csheep, and am known of mine.
The Savior’s mercy is available to all.
When speaking about the Savior’s interaction with the woman taken in adultery, Elder Dale G. Renlund said: “Surely, the Savior did not condone adultery. But He also did not condemn the woman. He encouraged her to reform her life. She was motivated to change because of His compassion and mercy. The Joseph Smith Translation of the Bible attests to her resultant discipleship: ‘And the woman glorified God from that hour, and believed on his name’ [see John 8:11, footnote c]” (“Our Good Shepherd,” Ensign or Liahona, May 2017, 30).
When have you felt like the woman, receiving mercy instead of condemnation from the Savior? When have you been like the scribes and Pharisees, accusing or judging others even when you are not without sin? (see John 8:7). What else can you learn from the way the Savior interacted with the scribes and Pharisees and the woman caught in adultery? What do you learn about the Savior’s forgiveness as you read these verses?
Coming soon ideas for these weeks:
Luke 12–17; John 11
Matthew 19–20; Mark 10; Luke 18
Matthew 21–23; Mark 11; Luke 19–20; John 12
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