Isaiah 50-53; Mosiah 14-15 – Erik Johnson joins us for a discussion on the messengers spoken of by Isaiah, as well as the countless prophecies regarding Christ’s atonement taught by Isaiah. These are some of our very favorite passages of scripture and there are tons of valuable insights if you take the time to read and ponder.
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?
Amos & Joel – Why are prophets important? Of what does Amos warn the people? What do we learn from his revelations? How do they relate to prophets today? Joel offers us challenges and blessings. Great lesson. Prepare for General Conference!
Here’s the question: is Hosea’s story true? Is it literal? Did he actually marry an unfaithful woman or was it all an allegory for Israel? How was Israel comparable to Gomer, Hosea’s wife? What examples of hope and potential blessings are found for Israel in the Book of Hosea? Patricia Auxier is with us.
2 Chronicles 29-34 – Hezekiah reopens the doors of the temple and has the Levites clean it up for worship. Hezekiah invites all from Judah and Israel to return to Jerusalem to worship, but Israel mocks him. Sennacherib leads Assyria in destroying Israel and laying siege to Jerusalem. Josiah restores Judah to righteousness. Patricia Auxier is with us.
1 Kings 17-19 – Elijah seals the heavens against rain. After two years of famine, Elijah asks the widow of Zarephath to prepare food and water for him. He challenges the priests of Baal and Jezebel to call down fire from heaven. Elijah mocks the weakness of the false priests. Bill Doolittle is back!
1 Kings 12-14; Chronicles 17 – Rehoboam succeeds his father, Solomon, but squanders the chance to rule in righteousness. Eventually, Jeroboam of the northern tribes leads a rebellion and Israel is split in two. What do we learn from the failings of these two leaders? How can we improve as leaders? Jehoshaphat later leads Judah in righteousness.
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?