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Gospel Doctrine

Lesson 18
“Be Strong and of a Good Courage”
By Breck England

As we study the book of Joshua, we learn about the challenges we face in order to qualify for an inheritance in the celestial kingdom.

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Lesson 17
“Beware Lest Thou Forget”

To reinforce and continually nurture Israel's covenantal memory, Moses employed various mnemonic methods throughout the book of Deuteronomy. These tools of remembrance are collected as a whole only within that book, literally making Deuteronomy a how-to h

By Philip Allred
Lesson 15
"Look to God and Live"

As the Children of Israel trudged across the Sinai desert, they were acting out an archetypical pattern that is repeated again and again in scripture.

By Maurine Proctor
Old Testament Lesson 14
“Ye Shall Be a Peculiar Treasure unto Me”

After the Israelites left Egypt, the Lord invited them to come unto him and be sanctified. In the same way, we of latter-day Israel are also invited to come into his presence through our own faithfulness and through the ordinances of the priesthood.

By Breck England
Lesson 13
“Bondage, Passover, and Exodus”

It may be said that the scriptures are a record of God's saving acts in history—those things that He has done to deliver his people down through the ages.

By Philip Allred
Old Testament Lesson 12
“Fruitful in the Land of Thy Affliction”

"I am the law and the light. Look unto me, and endure to the end, and ye shall live; for unto him that endureth to the end will I give eternal life"

By Breck England
Old Testament Lesson 11
“How Can I Do This Great Wickedness”

Mortality is necessarily full of light and dark threads if it is to work its Christ-like changes in us. Few passages of scripture contain as memorable an illustration of this reality than the account of young Joseph sold into Egypt.

By Philip Allred
Old Testament Lesson 10
“Birthright Blessings; Marriage in the Covenant”

Those who are faithful to their covenants are promised all the blessings of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob. What are these blessings?

By Breck England
Lesson 9
“God Will Provide Himself a Lamb”

The account of Abraham clarifies the terms and conditions of the priesthood oath and covenant; delineates the blessings that flow forth from the covenant; and instructs us on what is required to receive those blessings.

By Dave Hadlock
Lesson 8
“Living Righteously in a Wicked World”

What we call the Old Testament Jesus referred to as “the law and the prophets.” The Lord intends everything in the Old Testament to bring us to Christ.

By Breck England