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Gospel Doctrine

Lesson 38
“Beside Me There Is No Savior”
By Breck England

The question posed by this lesson is how does the book of Isaiah help bring us to Christ?

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Lesson 37
"Thou Has Done Wonderful Things"

Isaiah, as well as the rest of the Lord’s prophets, used symbolism to both reveal and conceal the truth about the Lord and his gospel.

By Philip Allred
Lesson 36
“The Glory of Zion Will Be a Defense”

The importance of the prophetic writings of Isaiah is well known to members of the Church, especially to those who have read the Book of Mormon. The Savior, himself, expressed the significance of Isaiah’s writings.

By Bruce Satterfield
Lesson 35
“God Reveals His Secrets to His Prophets”

“As the prophet reveals the truth, it divides the people. The honest in heart heed his words, but the unrighteous either ignore the prophet or fight him."

By Robert C. Van Sweden
Lesson 34
Old Testament "I Will Betroth Thee unto Me in Righteousness"

Why is the book of Hosea a grand parable of the atonement of Jesus Christ?

By Breck England
Lesson 33
“Sharing the Gospel with the World”

What do you think of when you hear or read the Bible prophet Jonah’s name? “It is ironic that the profound message of the book of Jonah is often swallowed up in the speculations about the great fish."

By Philip Allred
Lesson 32
"I Know That My Redeemer Liveth"

There are no easy answers. We do not know all the Lord's designs and purposes regarding His children. They have not all been revealed.

By Bruce Satterfield
Lesson 31
"Happy Is the Man That Findeth Wisdom"

The books of Proverbs and Ecclesiastes provide an intriguing variation in our Old Testament study.

Lesson 30
“Come to the House of the Lord”

In the 8th and 7th centuries BCE, after nearly two centuries of burgeoning wickedness under worldly leaders, with few exceptions the people had forgotten the Lord.

By Breck England
Lesson 29
“He Took Up…the Mantle of Elijah”

The prospect of having to “replace” such a prophet as Elijah understandably distressed Elisha.

By Philip Allred