Plan of Salvation Diagram Printable (perfect for FHE or personal study!)
I am excited to share this free download with you today. I painted and hand-lettered this Plan of Salvation for use in my own scripture journal. But as I have been working on it, I realized that this has practical uses for much more than just personal study. It would also make a great Family Home Evening lesson or a good activity for primary classes. I included a quick little lesson idea below.
How about that? FHE is all planned and ready for you for next week. All you have to do is print it out!
EDITED: I’m so embarrassed that I missed this, but in the original version of this download I spelled “prison” wrong. (My excuses: No spell check on hand-lettering and when I work on something for a long time, my eyes stop actually seeing it.) I’ve updated the document and everything is fixed except the photos. So sorry about that!
HOW TO USE PLAN OF SALVATION PRINTABLE:
There are so many options for how to use this free printable. I used mine in my scripture journal. As I study the Plan of Salvation more in depth, I will add notes in around all of the elements.
This is also the perfect thing to keep little hands busy during a Family Home Evening lesson.
- Print the free diagram and the scripture references below
- Cut out all the elements
- Laminate if desired
- Discuss the Plan of Salvation, outlined in the verses below. Read each of the scripture selections as you build the Plan of Salvation diagram together.
If you are using this for personal study, or with teens or young adults, you may be interested in more in-depth information about the Plan of Salvation. Here are a bunch of awesome resources to help you get started.