Matthew 15-17 – Jesus teaches about serving the Gentiles before the charge goes out to teach them the gospel. Peter testifies that Jesus is the Christ and the Lord discusses the rock upon which His church will be built. We discuss priesthood keys and authority. Christ is transfigured and Peter, James, and John receive the keys of the kingdom. Al Doan is with us
2 Kings 2-6 – Elijah prepares Elisha to be the new prophet. Elisha takes Elijah’s mantle as the latter is translated. Elisha mocks Jehoram. Elisha has a run-in with locals. Bears ensue. Naaman is healed through obedience. What do we learn from these stories? Dustin Homer is back!
1 Kings 17-19 – Elijah seals the heavens against rain. After two years of famine, Elijah asks the widow of Zarephath to prepare food and water for him. He challenges the priests of Baal and Jezebel to call down fire from heaven. Elijah mocks the weakness of the false priests. Bill Doolittle is back!
Temple work is awesome and we can do a heckuva lot more of it. What can we do to be more efficient and active with temple work? Are we shirking our covenants when we fail to attend the temple? Dustin Homer joins us.
D&C 2; 110; 138 – “Somebody has got to redeem them” – Wilford Woodruff said that. We discuss the work for the dead. What did Elijah mean about the hearts of the children turning to their fathers? How can we experience that change of heart? How do we redeem the dead? Bill Doolittle is with us.
D&C 95; 109; 110 – Why are temples so significant? What lessons were learned in the construction of the Kirtland Temple? What sacrifices does the Lord require in order to give us blessings? What happened after the Lord accepted the Kirtland Temple?