Old Testament Lesson 12 – Gospel Doctrine

Old Testament Lesson 12

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.


Here are links to prior lessons:

Old Testament Lesson 8

Old Testament Lesson 9

Old Testament Lesson 10

Old Testament Lesson 11

Old Testament Lesson 11 – Gospel Doctrine

Welcome back.

Today we go over Genesis 37 – or Old Testament Lesson 11 in the Gospel Doctrine Class.

I hope that this is helpful to those who need help teaching their gospel doctrine class.

We can’t go over all of the details, but this is at least something to review.

Please let me know your thoughts.

Old Testament Lesson 10 – Gospel Doctrine

Old Testament Lesson 10 - Gospel Doctrine

Old Testament Lesson 10 – Gospel Doctrine

This is the next installment of the Old Testament Lesson #10 of the gospel doctrine helps class.

In this episode, we talk about Genesis 24 and how Isaac and Rebekah got together. It’s a great read. Take the time to read it.

Let me know in the comments section if you have any suggestions or questions.

Thanks for watching.

Old Testament Lesson 8 – Gospel Doctrine

I’ve done another video about Abraham – lesson #8 of the Old Testament. I didn’t go into much of the details of the underlying content of this lesson. Instead, I tried to focus on providing additional quotes and insights from a different angle so perhaps you can include things different than you might find elsewhere. I hope this helps you with your gospel doctrine class.

Leave me a comment or question or other area if you want me to do a video about a certain topic of if you need help finding a specific reference or quote. Good luck in your class.

Lou Holtz

Lou Holtz said:

Lou Holtz

“The only thing that will chage you from where you are today to where you will be five years from now are the people you meet, the dreams you dream, and the books you read.”

If this is true, and Lou Holtz is right, then you should engage in these 3 activites each day.

So ask yourself this question: What was the last book you read? How did it change your live?

Who was the last person you met? How did he or she change your life?

What is your biggest dream? What have you done today to move closer to your dream?

Our lives are so situated that we live each day at a time. With each day we can do 1 thing, we can do something, each day, to take 1 step closer to achieving our dreams.

Go ahead, take the next step now.