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In the back of Ask, Seek, Find, you’ll also discover a topical guide that can help you find questions related to a variety of topics.
Are you teaching a Sunday School lesson about trials?
Want your family to have a meaningful discussion about prayer?
Are you feeling bogged down by your weaknesses?
Then check out the sample questions below!
1 Nephi 4:1—Consider the trials you’re going through in your life right now and consider filling in the blank of this sentence with the trial you’re facing: “For behold [the Lord] is mightier than all the earth, than why not mightier than ______?” How will keeping the commandments allow the Lord to help you?
1 Nephi 20:10—What are some of the most difficult trials you have experienced in your life? How have each of these trials refined your character? What Christlike attributes did you acquire or develop as a result of those trying times?
1 Nephi 4:17—Nephi recognized this moment as an answer to his prayer. When was the last time you remember having a prayer answered, and how did God answer it?
Alma 37:37—What are some of the “doings” in your life right now that you can counsel with the Lord about, and how do you suppose He can “direct thee for good”? How do consistent and sincere morning and evening prayers lead us to eventually “be lifted up at the last day”?
Moroni 7:9—What can you do to pray with more “real intent of heart”? What gets in your way of doing this?
1 Nephi 19:6—How do you deal with your own weaknesses that cause you to err? How can you accept your mortal, imperfect self while still striving to be better?
Jacob 4:7—How is our relationship with God strengthened because of our weakness as mortals? What have your own weaknesses taught you about God’s grace?
Mosiah 26:30—What does the phrase “as often as my people repent” mean to you? How does this verse apply to overcoming weaknesses?