Mosiah 18-24 – Alma teaches the baptismal covenant. Think about how radical a proposition it was for the people at the time – learning the importance of living with others not like them, mourning with them, and standing with them. Alma and Limhi’s people are both taken captive by the Lamanites, then delivered by the Lord.
Enos, Jarom, Omni, Words of Mormon – The segue chapters! But there is a ton of great stuff as we transition from Jacob and the people of Nephi to Mosiah and the people of Zarahemla. Jeff King is with us to break down historical context, as well as the valuable spiritual lessons to be gleaned from these terrific, if short chapters.
2 Nephi 26-30 – Jeff King returns to the studio to talk about Nephi’s final exhortations to his people. He teaches about the restoration, the coming forth of the Book of Mormon, and good triumphing over evil. Let’s dance!
2 Nephi 11-16 – Bill Doolittle joins us for a discussion on the fabled Isaiah chapters of 2 Nephi. Don’t stress Isaiah! We’ve got you covered.Nephi was actually kind enough to give us keys to understanding Isaiah, and we’ll break them down for you. Isaiah has great visions of the modern-day temple and the gathering of Israel, as well as prophecies regarding the atonement.
2 Nephi 3-5 – Who are the four men mentioned in 2 Nephi with the same name? Lehi teaches about Joseph’s visions. Nephi writes his lament but glories in God. The Nephites are commanded to separate from the Lamanites. Mackenna Rowley is with us.
Revelation 5-6; 19-22 – Our final New Testament episode! John witnesses six of the seven seals, or time periods, leading up to the final dispensation and the Second Coming of Christ. Why is it important that Satan be bound during the Millennium? Why not just be done with it? Final battles and judgment will occur. In all of this, the Book of Revelation is a positive, inspiring book that helps us understand our place in the eternities. Bill Doolittle is with us to cap it all off.
1, 2, 3 John – This lesson has three parts: acknowledging manifestations of Heavenly Father’s love for us, acknowledging manifestations of Christ’s love for us, and showing our love to our Heavenly Father, Jesus Christ, and others. Bill Doolittle is back in the saddle.
1, 2 Peter; Jude – Kurt Francom joins us to discuss how we can endure affliction and understand trials. How do you weather affliction? What do you do to overcome it? Peter encourages us to have our calling and election made sure. What does that mean?