Rachel Murdock is back with us to talk about Ezekiel’s vision of the new temple in Jerusalem, as well as the river that will flow from the temple into the Dead Sea, bringing life back to the Dead Sea. Great symbolism throughout this lesson.
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!
Spiritual and temporal self-reliance! What are they? We discuss the importance of work, food storage, caring for the needy, and the Church welfare program. Patricia Auxier joins us.
Why do we need living prophets? What does a prophet do? How can we better follow the prophet? Kurt Francom joins us.
What is the Law of Consecration? What are its chief components? Why were the Saints given this law? How is it a spiritual law? Everything belongs to the Lord. The early Saints tried and failed to live the Law of Consecration and were given tithing, instead. How can we consecrate ourselves to the Lord?
Alma 13-16 – Alma gives a powerful discourse on the priesthood and foreordination. Alma and Amulek are persecuted and delivered from prison. Zeezrom is healed and baptized. The Lamanites destroy Ammonihah.
Alma 8-12 – Amulek is prepared by the Lord to preach with Alma. They teach the wicked people of Ammonihah with little success. Why is it important to have more than one witness? How did Amulek effectively teach Zeezrom? Cameron Poulter guest hosts.
Alma 5-7 – Alma exhorts the Saints to experience a “might change” of heart; he encourages everyone to improve his or her “countenance.” How does that apply to us? How do we focus on self-improvement and have the faith to heed prophetic counsel?
Mosiah 29; Alma 1-4 – What are good principles of government? Why did the Sons of Mosiah refuse to be kings? What did Alma face as Chief Judge? The pride cycle commences. How can we avoid pride and elect righteous leaders?