I focused more on being prepared for the second coming and that if we are prepared we shouldn't be fearful.
At the beginning of class I gave each girl an envelope with their name on it. I then read a little from Mary Ellen Smoot, “Come, Let Us Walk in the Light of the Lord,” Ensign, Nov 1998, 89
Mary Ellen Smoot-
I’ve always loved receiving invitations. Do you? Do you ever like to imagine someday you will be invited to something grand, some even that will acknowledge your significance, your immeasurable worth? The anticipation is at least as much fun as the event itself. Even the mundane tasks add excitement and meaning when you prepare and plan for an event to which you’ve been invited to. To this day, any envelope arriving in our mail that even resembles an invitation is the first to be opened.
The invitations we receive from the scriptures, the prophets, and the Holy Ghost are invitations we can count on. They give us direction, peace, comfort and joy. A still, small voice speaks to us and encourages righteous living. We must listen carefully to his beckoning and search our souls. As we do, clouds of darkness will dispel, and the glorious light of God will fill or beings.
Invitations from the Lord are VITAL. They guide us back to our Heavenly Father and lead us in the way of truth and righteousness. Truly they acknowledge or infinite worth as daughters of God. They are so lovingly personalized. They come form our Heavenly Father. He speaks to us in a language of invitations: “Come unto me,” “Follow me,” “Come Ye.”
Please Chose to RSVP To Gods’ Important Invitations.
On the Inside of their invitations it had RSVP I told them throughout the lesson to write important words that began with each of those letters. They had some pretty great things written down.