As I have really been studying the Proclamation,
I have noticed how packed full of doctrine it is! Each statement has so many truths behind it, and the more you have studied and understood those truths – the clearer the Proclamation is.
So I was thinking of ways we could really study this document with our families – and I thought of this…. STICKERS!
Here is a set of stickers made super small so you can fit them into your scriptures and you can print a set off for each member of your family. The stickers each have a phrase taken from the Proclamation.
Just print it off on an 8 1/2 x 11 printable sticker sheet. You can find them by the labels at an office store… or I got mine at Walmart.
Then just cut them out one at a time and study all over your scriptures for a good scripture that helps teach doctrines or principles found in that phrase.
Then when you find a good place, put that sticker right in your scriptures!
Note: The arrows at the bottom of the sticker sheet is so if you are trying to decide between 2 scriptures to put the sticker, you could still put that sticker next to one of them.
A couple of ideas for you…
* If you have daily family scripture study, you could do one sticker a day and have each member of your family find a good scripture to go with the phrase of the day, and share it with the family.
* You could buy a “family set of scriptures” and set them in the middle of the table while everyone has their own personal sets with them. Then everyone can search in their personal set for a good scripture for the phrase, and then choose as a family where the sticker should go in the “family set”. (You could do all other sorts of marking in the “family set” – like… as you read a chapter together everyone has to pick a favorite scripture in that chapter and then you all sign your names by your scripture. Then you could keep the “family set” out somewhere where people could flip through it often.)
Here is the PDF: family proclamation stickers
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*note: if you are having trouble printing it, try saving it to your computer and then printing it from your saved file.