New Testament Lesson 22: “Inherit the Kingdom Prepared for You”

Matthew 25 – Patricia Doxey joins us to talk about the parable of the ten virgins, the parable of the talents, and the parable of the sheep and goats. How can we prepare for the second coming? Why does Jesus put so much value on serving others and developing our talents?

New Testament Lesson 21: “What Is the Sign of Thy Coming?”

Matt. 24; Mark 14 – What are the signs of the Second Coming? Why is the Joseph Smith translation of the Bible important? Why is it important for us not to live in the past and look to prior achievements as we move forward into the future?

New Testament Lesson 16: “I Was Blind, Now I See”

John 9-10 – What do we learn from the healed blind man and the way he testified to others of his experience? How did the Pharisees punish him? How is Jesus the Good Shepherd, and what does that really mean? How are we shepherds? Patricia Doxey is back with us.

New Testament Lesson 15: “I Am the Light of the World”

John 7-8 – Kurt Francom of LeadingLDS sits down to talk about the Feast of the Tabernacles and its significance, particularly how the Savior being the “Light of the World” was important language to the Jews. What do we learn from the way Christ dealt with the adulterous woman? How is Christ a light in your life?

Old Testament Lesson 43: The Shepherds of Israel (Ezekiel)

Ezekiel 18; 34-37 – How is a shepherd different from a sheepherder? What promises are given to Israel in the vision of the valley of bones? What unique understanding do we have of the stick of Judah and stick of Joseph due to modern-day revelation?

Old Testament Lesson 42: “I Will Write It in Their Hearts” (Jeremiah)

Jeremiah foresees the latter-day gathering of Israel, but what does “the gathering” really mean? How are we hunters and/or gatherers? Later, the Lord describes having his law written “in the hearts” of his people. How are we affected when we have God’s law actually written in our hearts? Erik Johnson is with us.

Old Testament Lesson 41: “I Have Made Thee This Day … an Iron Pillar” (Jeremiah)

Jeremiah suffered through a lot. He prophesied of and watched the destruction of Jerusalem at the hands of Babylon. He dealt with an ineffectual people. Jeremiah faced much adversity. Yet he soldiered on. He did not shirk. He maintained his focus. Kurt Francom of LeadingLDS.com joins us.

Old Testament Lesson 34: “I Will Betroth Thee unto Me in Righteousness”

Here’s the question: is Hosea’s story true? Is it literal? Did he actually marry an unfaithful woman or was it all an allegory for Israel? How was Israel comparable to Gomer, Hosea’s wife? What examples of hope and potential blessings are found for Israel in the Book of Hosea? Patricia Auxier is with us.

Old Testament Lesson 33: Sharing the Gospel with the World

Jonah & Micah – We delve into a fascinating discussion not just on missionary work, but on the desire to serve, on humbling ourselves, and on abandoning our prejudices. There’s a ton to learn from Jonah – way more than the usual lesson you might get. Listen in and share your thoughts!

Old Testament Lesson 31: “Happy Is the Man That Findeth Wisdom”

Proverbs & Ecclesiastes – In this all-around lesson, we use the words of Proverbs and Ecclesiastes to discuss topics of note to the saints. The key here is to really pray and utilize specific passages in order to create a topical discussion. Kurt Francom of LeadingLDS is with us.