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.
James – This lesson hits on a lot of assorted stuff from James, including how to weather affliction, how to pray and be closer to God, how to be slow to anger, and how to be “doers of the word.” Rachel Zobell is back with us.
1 & 2 Timothy; Titus – Paul warns of signs of apostasy. How can we personally apostatize and what should we do to combat that? In what ways can be we be “an example of the believers”? How does the love of money dam our spiritual growth? Dustin Homer is back!
Ephesians – Kurt Francom of LeadingLDS.com is back to talk about Paul’s epistle to the saints in Ephesus. Why do we have dispensations? How is Christ our cornerstone? Are husbands and wives equal? How do we honor our spouses? How does one put on the armor of God?
Acts 21-28 – This lesson deals primarily with Paul’s journeys and the miracles that kept his ministry afloat despite incredible opposition. What do we learn from how strongly Paul testified to his fellow Jews, to Felix, and to Agrippa?
1 Corinthians 1-6 – How is your body a temple and why do we use that phrase? Why does Paul exhort the Corinthians to avoid contention? How do we learn to rely on the spirit instead of the wisdom of the world?
Acts 18-29; Galatians – Paul confers the Holy Ghost upon believers in Ephesus. Apollos is taught the gospel. Paul chastises the Galatians for returning to the Law of Moses. How can we follow the spirit and avoid attitudes and actions that will prevent us from feeling its influence?
Acts 15-18; 1 & 2 Thessalonians – The journeys and sermons of Paul. Paul delivers his famous speech on Mars’ Hill. Paul teaches the Thessalonians about the Second Coming. Why did Paul work so hard to write letters to the saints?
Mary Magdalene, other women, the apostles, and the men on the road to Emmaus see the resurrected Savior Jesus Christ. What significance is there that women were the first to see the Lord? What feelings did the men going to Emmaus have? Why did Thomas doubt?
Jesus completes his mortal ministry. Judas betrays him, the Sanhedrin goes forward with a show trial, Jesus is scourged, Pilate sentences Jesus to death, and Christ offers himself as a sacrifice for all mankind. Listen to this quick episode and get prepared for a powerful and important Gospel Doctrine lesson.