Book of Mormon Lesson 16: “Ye Shall Be Called the Children of Christ”

Mosiah 4-6 – After King Benjamin concludes his sermon, the people are left to choose whether or not to apply his counsel. Great parallels there to our day, eh? These chapters focus on how the people of Zarahemla experienced a “mighty change” in their hearts and how we can do the same. Mackenna Gallacher is with us.

Book of Mormon Lesson 15: “Eternally Indebted to Your Heavenly Father”

Mosiah 1-3 – King Benjamin gives his great discourse. We focus on how Benjamin taught us to remember how indebted we are to our Father in Heaven, and how we can regularly express gratitude for our innumerable blessings. What do we learn from Benjamin’s reign? Bill Doolittle is with us.

Old Testament Lesson 8: “Living Righteously in a Wicked World”

Genesis 13-19 – Abraham settles in Hebron, Lot near Sodom. What symbolism is there in this imagery? Why did Abraham eventually rescue lot? To whom did Abraham pay tithing? Why were Sodom and Gomorrah destroyed? Is God angry and vindictive? Bill Doolittle joins us.

Book of Mormon Lesson 16 – “Ye Shall Be Called the Children of Christ”

Mosiah 4-5 – How can we seek a “mighty change” of heart that comes through exercising faith in Jesus Christ? How did King Benjamin’s people do it? King Benjamin encourages the people to seek a remission of their sins; he teaches how to live Christlike lives. What obligation to parents have to their children?

Book of Mormon Lesson 15 – “Eternally Indebted to Your Heavenly Father”

Mosiah 1-3 – King Benjamin stresses to his sons the importance of keeping a record; Benjamin gathers the people together to hear the word; the importance of serving others as it relates to serving God; King Benjamin repeats and angel’s prophecies about Christ and His Atonement.