In this lesson we discuss Lesson 25 of the Old Testament for the LDS Sunday School.
In this episode we focus on Psalms 22, 23, and 24. This entire lesson is about the Book of Psalms in the Old Testament. You can use any verses and any themes from the Psalms for your Gospel Doctrine Class.
Old Testament Lesson 25 – Gospel Doctrine
Using the scriptures, we show that the Theme of Psalms 22 is the Crucifixion of Christ; Psalms 23 is the Resurrection of Christ; and Psalms 24 is the Ascension of Christ.
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In this lesson we discuss Lesson 23 of the Old Testament for the LDS Sunday School. This encompasses 1 Samuel 18. This has a great story about David and Goliath. Hopefully some of the information contained in this lesson will be new or different for you. Let us know your thoughts in the comments section below.
In this lesson we discuss Lesson 22 of the Old Testament for the LDS Sunday School. This encompasses 1 Samuel 9-17. The title of the lesson is the Lord looketh on the heart. That’s what God judges us on – where our hearts are. We can’t tell what is another person’s heart – we can only tell what is in our own. That is why we can’t judge anyone – because we can’t see what’s in their heart. Also, if we put our heart on God and his teachings; he’ll give us more. Let us know your thoughts in the comments section below.
I’m starting to get long winded. When the idea came into my mind, it was to share quick ideas, tips and tricks that I used when teaching gospel doctrine classes on Sunday. Now, even though I skip over a ton of material, these videos are nearing 30 minutes long. I’m not sure if that’s the best thing. Here is the latest episode – talking about Genesis 40-45. Really, you should go over Gensis 40-50 because the next lesson is Exodus 1-14. I honestly don’t know how you can cover what God wants you to know in those 14 chapters in 45 minutes. Anyway, watch this and let me know your thoughts.