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.
Luke 4, 5 – Jesus announces that he is the Messiah, calls his Twelve Apostles. and instructs them in the affairs of the kingdom. But why did Jesus need apostles? Why do we need apostles and prophets today? How can we become fishers of men? Kurt Francom of LeadingLDS is here!
Happy New Year! Dustin Homer kicks off the New Testament with us in this lesson about the very nature of Christ. What prophecies exist of the Savior’s coming? Of what did John the Baptist testify? This is a big kickoff lesson and we hope you’ll join us!
Cyrus allows the Jews to return to Jerusalem to rebuild the temple. Why were the Samaritans barred from rebuilding the temple? Ezra leads another group of Jews back to Jerusalem. Nehemiah helps the people rebuild the walls that protect Jerusalem.
Isaiah 54-56; 63-65 – Ever wonder why Mormons have “stakes”? Isaiah is why. How do we not just enlarge out stakes, but also strengthen them? Sometimes too easily we focus on proclaiming the gospel but not perfecting the saints. How will Christ gather his children? What will change with the Millennium? Rachel Murdock is here and she’s awesome!
Isaiah 40-49 – Why is it important to not just know of the Savior but to actually know Him? What bearing does that have on your relationship with Him and the gospel? How is Christ incomparable? Amazing scriptures here, and our local scriptorian, Al Doan, is here to help. No, seriously, Al knows Isaiah really well.
Isaiah 22-30 – This lesson focuses on Isaiah’s prophecies about what the Savior would do and what he has done for us. We go through some of our favorite sections and hope you’ll take the time to read these chapters and see what speaks to you. Kurt Francom in the hoooooouse!
Isaiah 1-5 – Why do we put such emphasis on Isaiah? We break down tools to help understand and appreciate Isaiah better. Of what does Isaiah prophesy? What can we learn about our day from the words of Isaiah?
3 Nephi 22-26 – The Savior quotes Isaiah’s prophecies concerning the last day. He commands the people to add to their records the words of Samuel the Lamanite and Malachi. What are stakes? Why do we use the symbolism of a tent and stakes? What teachings of Malachi are especially important? Additional reading: Isaiah 54; Malachi 3-4