New Testament Teaching Videos
2 Corinthians - Revelation
2 Corinthians - Revelation
A Conscience Void of Offence
Elder Nelson asks us if we feel ready for an inspection of our lives by the Lord, and gives examples of men who did feel prepared to meet judgment.
A More Excellent Way
Elder Wirthlin tells us that without charity, we are missing the most important aspect of Christ—His love.
President Faust explains what it means to be Abraham’s seed, that as a part of that covenant we may also receive the promised blessings if we are faithful
Account of Big Ed
Sister Dibb tells a story about a man whom her father had helped and assisted, and through the story testifies of friendship and loyalty.
All Things Work Together for Good
Elder Martino tells of a lesson taught by the Apostle Paul to the Romans, and teaches us that our trials allow us to become more like the Savior
An High Priest of Good Things to Come
Elder Holland testifies that, no matter how dark the world may seem, blessings will come for those that have embraced the Gospel of Jesus Christ
Anointing the Sick
Elder Dallin H. Oaks teaches about the authority of the Melchizedek Priesthood.
Cast Not Away Therefore Your Confidence
Elder Jeffery R. Hollands warns that the most difficult oppostition often comes when we are the most diligent and faithful.
Compassion for Others
Bishop Edgley tells us that we are blessed to be a part of a church in which we ‘endure together’.
Counsel Concerning Wealth
Elder Robert D. Hales warns us to be frugal and careful with our money.
Death Is Swallowed Up in Christ
President Uchtdorf testifies of the power of the Atonement and, if we will follow the Savior now, we will have less regrets tomorrow
Exceeding Great and Precious Promises
Elder Spencer J. Condie talks about the specific blessings that come from keeping the commandments of God.
Feelings of Inadequacy
President Uchtdorf testifies that are things that God has given us to do, and that only we can do them.
Foundation of Apostles and Prophets
Elder Holland tells us that Apostles and Prophets are meant to bless us all and form foundation stones of the true Church, and all of those are based upon the Redeemer.
God of Comfort
President Monson tells us that, even when the world is at its darkest, if we turn to the Lord; He will lift and guide us.
Godly Sorrow Leads to Repentance
(2 Corinthians 7) A young woman learns the difference between worldly sorrow and godly sorrow.
Elder David A. Bednar lays out the main elements and doctrines of faith.
High Priest of Good Things to Come
Elder Jeffery R. Hollands encourages those struggling to not lose hope, that the gospel of Jesus Christ offers happiness and help in times of trouble.
How Apostles Are Called
President Hinckley states that modern-day Apostles are chosen by revelation from the Spirit, and do not put themselves forward.
Elder Christofferson teaches that the same pattern practiced by the Apostles of old has been restored, and that the First Presidency and Quorum of The Twelve receive revelation for the Church.
Jesus Christ Is in the Express Image of His Father
Elder Jeffery R. Holland explains that Jesus being in the express image of His Father is a witness to both the ancient and modern world of what God the Father is like.
Elder Ashton teaches that the Lord measures us by our hearts, not our worldly characteristics.
Lesson 39: The Whole Armor of God
Through ancient and modern examples and the words of latter-day prophets, this segment teaches the importance of remaining clean and worthy to serve.
Light Dispels Darkness
Elder Robert D. Hales tells us how we can repel the darkness of Satan with the light of Christ.
Lively Hope of Resurrection
Elder Oaks expounds upon the vitality of the resurrection in the Father’s plan, and that because of it we may have hope for a better existence beyond out mortal lives.
Man from Ethiopia
Elder Holland teaches that for each of us to come unto Christ and follow Him and His commandments is a significant task is all our lives. But we must have sufficient instruction, and as such must seek guidance.
More Blessed to Give Than to Receive
President Monson tells a story from his youth that taught him it is better to give than receive.
Our Body Is Bought with a Price
Elder Christofferson tells us that is our duty to God to care for the bodies He has given us.
Our bodies are our temples
Sister Tanner testifies that our bodies are temples, and should be treated as such.
President Dieter F. Uchtdorf lays out the attributes and characteristic associated with patience.
Philosophies of Man Fall Short
President Dieter F. Uchtdorf says that while the world offers many explanations and answers, only the gospel ofJesus Christ contains the full and simple truth.
Potential to Become Like God
Elder Joseph B. Wirthlin recounts a story when President James E. Faust exemplified Christlike kindness.
President Uchtdorf explains that pride is "a sin of comparison", and comes from a desire to be admired or envied.
Purpose in Earthly Challenges
Elder Hales explains that, in order for us to become more like Christ, we must overcome the trials and tribulations in our lives.
Qualifications for Bishops
President Gordon B. Hinckley lists the qualities and attributes of successful bishops.
Receiving the Lord’s Name
Elder David A. Bednar tells us that it is through the ordinances of the gospel that we take upon us the name of Christ.
Recognize when Spirit Leaves
Elder David A. Bednar encourages us to stay out of situations that would cause the spirit to withdraw itself.
Requirements for Unity
President Kimball instructs us to put aside selfish desires, cooperate with one another, and offer up a broken heart and contrite spirit.
Requirements of Salvation
Elder Oaks teaches that in our cleansing is dependent upon our faith, and goes on to say that those who have been baptized will be finally saved at the end of their lives if they have continued in their covenants.
Revelation Follows Lines of Authority
Elder Perry explains that there is order to the Lord’s revelations, and so it is that one in a position of authority may receive revelation for those under him. Revelations from God are to come through the First Presidency.
Sacrificing for Christ’s Sake
President Spencer W. Kimball encourages us to sacrifice all that we have for the work of God.
Savior Knows Our Infirmities
Elder Merrill J. Bateman teaches that the atonement was a personal experience where Christ felt our suffering on an individual basis, thus allowing him to know exactly how to help us.
Elder Peterson describes the attributes of a truly selfless person and how they are willing to sacrifice for the benefit of others.
Serving without Love
Elder Dallin H. Oaks explains that you can't be a true servant of Christ without love and selflessness.
Share Gospel with Radiance
Elder Russel M. Nelson encourages us to be a bright example to those around us, and willing to share the gospel with warmth when called upon to do so.
Sharing the Gospel
Elder Cook advises members to become more active in sharing the Gospel with those around them. He tells us that if we do share with others, we will be blessed.
Shield of Faith Fashioned at Home
President Packer teaches that the Shield of Faith is forged in the family circle, and that all participate in its strength.
Spirit of Fear
President Thomas S Monson encourages us to face with courage the trials and difficulties of the future.
Taking Pleasure in Infirmities
Elder Hales teaches that the Lord brings us close to Him by our trials, and that through these trials, we may be purified.
Testimony of Jesus Is the Spirit of Prophecy
President Dieter F. Uchtdorf teaches that our testimony of Jesus Christ and the gospel can only come through personal revelation.
Testimony of the Resurrection
President Monson bears his testimony on the actuality of the Father, Christ, and the Atonement.
The Future Is as Bright as Your Faith
President Monson testifies that, even during times when hope seems lost, so long as we have made the Gospel central to our lives and remain steadfast, we will be blessed beyond measure.
The Great Apostasy
Elder Neal A. Maxwell explains the great apostasy.
The Tongue Is a Fire
Elder Jeffery R. Holland warns us to be cautious of what we say, and to always use kidness and consideration in our words.
The Trial of Your Faith
Elder Neil L. Andersen teaches us to surround ourselves in spiritual things to help us overcome a trial of faith.
There Are Two Powers on the Earth
President Gordon B. Hinckley warns that a war between good and evil is being waged in this world, but that we should not fear because it is a fight we will win.
Witnesses of the Resurrection
President Monson teaches us that we have our eyewitnesses to the truth of Christ, and that the testimony of prophets gives us assurance that He lives.
Working out Our Salvation
Elder Dallin H. Oaks explains that even after all our efforts at obedience and faithfulness, we must still rely on the atonement and grace of Christ.
Youth and Family History
Elder Bednar counsels us to become more engaged in Family History work, so that we may become more involved in the Lord’s work by performing baptisms for the dead.