Come Follow Me


He Who Is Faithful

Reinforces this week’s “Come Follow Me” study: Doctrine & Covenants 71-75
“No Weapon That Is Formed Against You Shall Prosper”


Doctrine and Covenants 75:16

“And he who is faithful shall overcome all things, and shall be lifted up at the last day.”



As the Church grew, so did the number of people who opposed it. But the Lord still wanted missionaries to share the gospel. In a revelation to Joseph Smith and Sidney Rigdon, the Lord promised that “no weapon formed against [them] shall prosper.” (D&C 71:9) The Lord would protect His Church and it would continue to grow. Because of the growth of the Church, bishops needed to be called. The first bishop called was Edward Partridge. In section 72, Newell K. Whitney is called to be a bishop. Bishops are called to help the Saints under their stewardship and to care for the poor and needy. 

The missionaries, bishops, and the Saints were asked to be faithful. In section 75, the Lord reminds the Church to pray always so the Comforter (the Holy Ghost) can be with them. If they are faithful, they “shall overcome all things.” (D&C 75:16)


“I invite you to remember to be faithful, to turn your life to the Savior and build your foundation on Him. Remember to be prayerful in your journey and serve others along the way.” Elder José A. Teixeira


  • How does the Lord protect His Church?
  • What are some responsibilities of a bishop?
  • How can we be faithful?
  • Why is it important to pray always?

Activity idea:

Pray Always

This activity teaches children how to prepare themselves to pray reverently.

Treat idea:

Praying Arms Pretzels

These delicious pretzels are shaped like folded arms to remind us to pray always and be faithful.

These lessons are perfect for: Family Home Evening at the beginning of the week, to recap the following Sunday or to enhance your family scripture study.

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