New Testament Lesson 38: “Thou Hast Testified of Me”

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?

New Testament Lesson 36: “Beloved of God, Called to Be Saints”

Romans 2-15 – Faith and works! Mormons are known for their belief in works, but sometimes we overlook the power of faith and grace. What does Paul teach us about that? How can we be reborn and become joint-heirs with Christ?

New Testament Lesson 35: “Be Ye Reconciled to God”

2 Corinthians 1-7 – Paul teaches us to feel godly sorrow, to forgive one another, and to be reconciled to God. How do we overcome? How do we forgive? What differentiates godly sorrow from sheer guilt?

New Testament Lesson 33: “Ye Are the Temple of God”

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?

New Testament Lesson 32: “Live in the Spirit”

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?

New Testament Lesson 31: “And So Were the Churches Established in the Faith”

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?

New Testament Lesson 30: “God Is No Respecter of Persons”

Acts:10-15 – The Apostles spread the gospel to the Gentiles in several cities. The law of circumcision (and with it, the law of Moses) is clarified. Herod kills James and Peter is miraculously freed from prison. Revelation guides Peter to make decisions for the Church.

New Testament Lesson 29: “The Number of the Disciples Was Multiplied”

Acts 6-9 – The first Seventy are called, Stephen is stoned to death, Philip performs miracles in Samaria. Saul persecutes the Jews and is converted and baptized.