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What would you do in the following situations to be

accountable? The Age of Accountability
a. You are going to play outside. It is very cold. Mother tells you to wear a Lesson 27
____________________________________________________________ (Primary 3 Choose the Right B)
b. Father tells you that if you remember to clean part of the house on
Saturday morning, you can go to a ball game with him that evening.
c. Your friends want you to share your toys with them. They are sharing
with you.____________________________________________________
d. Your mother asks you to watch your little sister.
e. You are helping Mother bake cookies. She reminds you not to touch
the pan until it is cool. _________________________________________
f. Your friend or his older brother asks you to drink some beer.
g. Father asks you to help him in the garden. You run to be with your
friends instead. _______________________________________________ D&C 68: 27
h. Your Primary teacher asks you to sit reverently and listen while she And their children shall be baptized for the remission of their
tells a story. During it, you want to make a comment.________________ sins when eight years old, and receive the laying on of the hands.
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The People of Ammon Repent You

(Picture of you)
Ammon was a missionary who explained the teachings of Jesus Christ to
King Lamoni (a Lamanite king). King Lamoni believed these teachings and
became converted to the gospel. He asked his people to listen to Ammon
and his brothers. King Lamoni knew that these men were telling the


Ammon and his brothers went from city to city and from house to house
teaching the Lamanites. The Lamanites did not know the gospel, and they
were very wicked. Many of the people believed the teachings of Ammon
and his brothers and were converted. They knew the words of Jesus
Christ were true, and they repented of their wicked ways.

These people decided to change their name from Lamanites to Anti-

Nephi-Lehies. They did this to separate themselves from the wicked Primary Teachers
Lamanites who were not following the teachings of Jesus Christ.

Before these people repented, they had killed many people with their
swords. They were sorry for the wrong things they had done and wanted
to repent. They chose to promise Heavenly Father never to fight or raise
their swords against any people again.
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Alma 24:17-18
Draw a line to the person who is accountable for the
17 And now it came to pass that when the king had made an end of
these sayings, and all the people were assembled together, they took
their swords, and all the weapons which were used for the shedding of
man’s blood, and they did bury them up deep in the earth.

1. Who is accountable for teaching you to pray? 18 And this they did, it being in their view a testimony to God, and
also to men, that they never would use weapons again for the
2. Who is accountable for saying your prayers? shedding of man’s blood; and this they did, vouching and covenanting
with God, that rather than shed the blood of their brethren they would
give up their own lives; and rather than take away from a brother they
3. Who is accountable for teaching you the lessons in
would give unto him; and rather than spend their days in idleness they
Primary? would labor abundantly with their hands.

4. Who is accountable for learning what your Primary

teacher teaches?

5. Who is accountable for the way you act in Primary?

6. Who is accountable for doing what Heavenly Father

and Jesus Christ want you to do?

7. Who is accountable for keeping your baptismal

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After the Anti-Nephi-Lehies buried their swords, the wicked Lamanites

came to fight them. The Anti-Nephi-Lehies had a very difficult decision to
make. They could break their promise to Heavenly Father and use their 2nd Article of Faith
swords to fight, or they could decide not to fight and possibly be killed.
They decided to keep their promise to not use their swords against other
people. Many of them were killed by the Lamanites. When the Lamanites We believe that men will
saw that these people had no weapons and would not fight, they were
surprised. Many of them laid down their own swords because they too
recognized that they were doing a great wrong by killing people. Many
be punished for their own
Lamanites repented and joined the Anti-Nephi-Lehies in righteousness.
sins, and not for Adam’s
The Anti-Nephi-Lehies were faithful to their promise even when other
people were trying to kill them. transgression.
Dare to Do Right
Dare to do right; dare to be true,
You have a work that no other can do. Use objects to cover up some of the words of the article
of faith. Keep repeating it until all the words are covered
Do it so bravely, so kindly, so true. up and you have it memorized.
Angels will hasten the story to tell.
Dare, dare, dare to do right,
Dare, dare, dare to be true.
Dare to be true, dare to be true.