Sunday, September 15, 2013

Remaining Doctrine and Covenants Lessons

I began this blog four years ago with Doctrine and Covenants Lesson #39, so I have run full-circuit now!  The lessons were originally given in my ward from 1998-2001.  Here are links to the remainder of the Doctrine and Covenants Lessons as originally posted:

Doctrine and Covenants Lesson #39 "The Hearts of the Children Shall Turn To Their Fathers"  highlights the great Vision of the Redemption of the Dead received by Joseph F. Smith.

Doctrine and Covenants Lesson #40 Finding Joy in Temple and Family History Work  discusses family history work done in Joseph and Emma Smith's family.

Doctrine and Covenants Lesson #41 "Every Member a Missionary" includes the story of Jim and Janette Wyatt, missionaries to the South Seas.

Doctrine and Covenants Lesson #42 Continuing Revelation to Latter-day Prophets focuses on the revelation to extend the Priesthood to all worthy male members of the Church.

Doctrine and Covenants Lesson #43 "Take Upon You My Whole Armor" explains the scripture on the armor of God.

Doctrine and Covenants Lesson #44 Being Good Citizens tells the story of Pat and Clyde Braegger, mayors of Providence, Utah.

Doctrine and Covenants Lesson #45 "The Family is Ordained of God"  includes a story from my personal life (forgive me for that).

Doctrine and Covenants Lesson #46 "Zion--The Pure in Heart" contains just a small essay on unity.


janel said...

Wow! Four years! That's incredible! Thank you so much for sharing your incredible work and knowledge and experience!

Anonymous said...

This truly has been a labor of love and I am so grateful for all you have done. You know that by so doing this wonderful service that you have learned more than your students and more than mine. May the Lords choicest blessings be yours in your next endeavor. What do you plan to do next?

Malia said...

You are so greatly appreciated. I just read your post on D&C lesson 39 this week and was able to print out that ensign article. Fascinating background! Adds so much more meaning. Excited to share with my gospel doctrine class today. mahalo, malia