Moses 4, 6—What does the Fall teach us about God’s love for us? How is it a positive part of our eternal progression? Bill Doolittle is with us.
What do Mormons believe about civic duty? Dustin Homer sits in the studio to discuss how we can get involved in our community, and how important it is for us not to sit on the sidelines. Mormons believe in participating!
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 1-3; 12 – John receives a great revelation while exiled in Patmos. His initial remarks are aimed at the seven branches of the Church in Asia Minor. Why those? And how does the counsel to the saints there resonate and relate to us today? John later sees a vision of the coming of Christ and the defeat of the adversary, encouraging us to be spiritual stalwarts. Patricia Doxey sits with us.
John 12; Matthew 21-23 – How do we avoid being hypocritical in our dealings with others? We share some old mission stories that taught us about hypocrisy and service. Mary anoints Jesus’ feet. Why is this ordinance important? Jesus enters Jerusalem on Passover. What does the parable of the two sons teach us?
1 Kings 3-9 – Solomon succeeds his father, David, as king and follows the Lord. At first he rules in righteousness and constructs the temple, but then builds an even larger palace for himself. How do we build our own palaces? What can we learn from Solomon’s spiritual gifts?