Come Follow Me


He Sent His Son

Reinforces this week’s “Come Follow Me” study: The Living Christ (Christmas)
“The Matchless Gift of God’s Divine Son”


Doctrine & Covenants 110:4

“I am the first and the last; I am he who liveth, I am he who was slain; I am your advocate with the Father



Angels appeared to humble shepherds, announcing the birth of Jesus Christ. The shepherds were invited to go and see the baby Jesus. The Messiah, the King of Kings had been born.

We still celebrate the birth of Jesus Christ with gratitude for His life, His mission, and His sacrifice for us. His promises bring us peace and His love fills our hearts. At Christmastime, and throughout the coming year, may we find ways to give gifts to our Savior and share His love with those around us.

Reflect on the lessons you’ve learned about Jesus Christ this year as you’ve studied the Doctrine & Covenants. How has your testimony of Jesus Christ grown? 


“We bear testimony, as His duly ordained Apostles—that Jesus is the Living Christ, the immortal Son of God. He is the great King Immanuel, who stands today on the right hand of His Father. He is the light, the life, and the hope of the world. His way is the path that leads to happiness in this life and eternal life in the world to come. God be thanked for the matchless gift of His divine Son.” The Living Christ, paragraph 13


  • What is the greatest gift that Heavenly Father has given us? (His son, Jesus Christ.)
  • Why is Jesus Christ the greatest gift of all? 
  • Why do we give gifts at Christmas time? 
  • What gifts has the Savior given us?
  • What have you learned this year about Jesus Christ as you’ve studied the Doctrine & Covenants? 

Activity idea:

Our Gifts for Jesus

Write down some of the gifts your family can give to the Savior. Encourage family members to work hard to give these gifts to our Savior, not just at Christmas time, but throughout their lives.

Treat idea:

Gingerbread Nativity

Make this cute gingerbread stable and manger with your family! A tiny baby Jesus made of marzipan is laid in the manger. Enjoy the delicious treat when you're done! Note: You can also use graham crackers instead of gingerbread to make it even easier.

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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