“O God, Where Art Thou?”

Individual and Family

Adversity can “be for [my] good.”

We can access the “powers of heaven.”

Jesus Christ has descended below all things.

“Let us cheerfully do all things that lie in our power.”

Primary

Hard times can be for our good.

Jesus Christ knows how I feel.

God wants me to cheerfully do what I can.

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My trials can be for my good.

We must be righteous to have the “power of heaven.”

Sunday School

If we endure our trials well, God will exalt us on high.

We must be righteous to access the “powers of heaven.”

Jesus Christ has descended below all things and strengthens us in our trials.

Christ descended below all things.

Henry B. Eyring, “Where Is the Pavilion?” Ensign or Liahona, Nov. 2012, 72–75.

Hold on Thy Way” Elder Koichi Aoyagi, October 2015 General Conference

Strengthened by the Atonement of Jesus Christ,” President Dallin H. Oaks, October 2015 General Conference.

Where Can I Turn for Peace?” Hymns, no. 129.

The Holy Ghost” Children’s Songbook, 105

When We’re Helping” Children’s Songbook, 198

Jesus Once Was a Little Child” Children’s Songbook, 55