D&C 25—Emma Smith was called to do many important works in support of the restoration of the gospel and her husband. How does the Lord’s revelations for her help us learn to be more supportive, avoid pride, and draw closer to God? Eric Meldrum joins us.
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?
Proverbs & Ecclesiastes – In this all-around lesson, we use the words of Proverbs and Ecclesiastes to discuss topics of note to the saints. The key here is to really pray and utilize specific passages in order to create a topical discussion. Kurt Francom of LeadingLDS is with us.
1 Samuel 18-24 – Jonathan and David are totally BFFs. Why is Saul jealous of David’s honor among the Israelites? Saul attempts to kill David numerous times. Jonathan is loyal to David and protects him. What do we learn about pride and envy from Jonathan? Likewise, what of it from Saul? Kurt Francom of LeadingLDS is with us.
D&C 25 – How do the Lord’s words to Emma Smith relate to us? How should husbands and wives treat each other? How do we avoid pride and pursue meekness? How do we find joy, even in suffering?
3 Nephi 27-28; 4 Nephi – What manner of men ought we to be? Even as Christ. The Lord instructs the Nephites what to name His church. The Savior grants His twelve disciples the desires of their hearts. Three of them are given power to remain on earth until the Second Coming. The Nephites eventually descend into wickedness, pride, and class divisions.
Alma 36-39 – Alma teaches his sons, Helaman, Shiblon, and Corianton, about the importance of being humble. Corianton receives counsel and guidance regarding his sins. The Atonement is explained. The power of repentance is real. How can we learn from all of Alma’s sons so that we may be stronger, more faithful people?