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Acts - 1 Corinthians
Acts - 1 Corinthians
A New Apostle
(Acts 1:23-26) President Gordon B. Hinckley explains the process of choosing a new Apostle of the Lord.
Ability To Bear
(1 Corinthians 10-13) President Boyd K. Packer urges us to resist the temptations of Satan.
All Have Sinned
(Romans 3:10-12; 23-26) President Dieter F. Uchtdorf talks about how everyone has sinned.
Ananias And Sapphira
(Acts 5:1-11) Neal A. Maxwell speaks about lying.
Armour Of Light
(Romans 13:11-14) Elder Robert D. Hales talkes about putting on the Armour of Light and casting off the works of darkness.
Bodies Are Temples
(1 Corinthians 3:16-17) President Thomas S. Monson talks about how our bodies are temples of God.
(1 Corinthians 12:19-23) President Gordon B. Hinckley emphasizes that all callings are important to the Lord.
Culture Of Christ
(Acts 15:1-29) Elder Dallin H. Oaks talks about following the culture of Christ.
Faith and Works
(Romans) An expedition to the North Pole serves as an analogy of how grace, faith, and works and necessary to gain eternal life.
Fed With Milk
(1 Corinthians 3:1-15) President Boyd K. Packer talks about how we are rewarded for the work we do.
(1 Corinthians 6:9-11 and 18-20) Elder Dallin H. Oaks talks about how we should flee fornication.
(Romans 9:9-14) President Harold B. Lee teaches of the blessings of our good decisions in the premortal life.
(Acts 7:55-56) Elder Dallin H. Oaks testifies of the three separate beings of the Godhead.
Growing Through Life's Trials
(Acts 28:1-10) Elder Richard G. Scott discusses how to pass through life's trials willingly by trusting in the Lord. ("Finding Joy in Life," Ensign, May 1996, 24-26)
(Acts 10) This presentation is a modern-day example of the Lord directing the Church through revelation to His prophet.
Love Your Neighbor
(Romans 14:10-12) Elder Russell M. Nelson speaks about loving our neighbors.
(1 Corinthians 3-6) Keeping a home clean and beautiful serves as an analogy about keeping our lives worthy of the Spirit. Segment 2 - Making choices.
Man And Woman
(1 Corinthians 11:11) President Gordon B. Hinckley testifies that man and woman are God's design.
Master The Flesh
(1 Corinthians 9:24-25) Elder M. Russell Ballard explains the importance of keeping covenants with God.
(1 Corinthians 2:9-14) Elder Joseph B. Wirthlin says that the natural man will not receive the things of the spirit.
Newness Of Life
(Romans 6:1-6) Elder David A. Bednar speaks about walking in the newness of life.
Nothing Can Separate
(Romans 8:38-39) President Gordon B. Hinckley speaks about how we can never be separated from God's love.
(Acts 21:16-26) Elder M. Russell Ballard reminds us to respect and love those who have different beliefs and values.
Parable of the Bicycle
(Romans) Three segments illustrate how the Lord's grace can help us gain salvation, overcome trials, and receive His daily assistance. Segment 1 - Parable of the bicycle.
(Romans) Three segments illustrate how the Lord's grace can help us gain salvation, overcome trials, and receive His daily assistance. Segment 2 - Paralyzed gymnast.
Partake of Sacrament Worthily
(1 Corinthians 11:23-31) Elder John H. Groberg teaches of the personal way to discern one's worthiness for the sacrament. ("The Beauty and Importance of the Sacrament," Ensign, May 1989, 38.)
Paul: A Chosen Vessel
(Acts 21-28) This presentation depicts how the Lord molded and prepared Paul for his call to the ministry.
Proclaim The Gospel
(Acts 16:9-15) Elder David A. Bednar speaks about how we are here to proclaim the gospel.
(Acts 27:9-44) Elder Spencer J. Condie uses a story of a broken bridge to tell of his gratitude for modern prophets who warn us of danger.
Receiving Daily Assistance
(Romans) Three segments illustrate how the Lord's grace can help us gain salvation, overcome trials, and receive His daily assistance. Segment 3 - Receiving daily assistance.
Respector of Persons
(Acts 10:34) Elder James M. Paramore shares a story of a Mormon American soldier administering to a wounded German soldier in World War II.
(1 Corinthians 3-6) Keeping a home clean and beautiful serves as an analogy about keeping our lives worthy of the Spirit. Segment 1 - Room transformation.
Serving for the Right Reason
(Romans 16:18) Elder Dallin H. Oaks talks about serving for the right reason.
(Acts 20:29-30) President Gordon B. Hinckley invites all who have drifted from the Church to return.
The Devil's Side of the Line
(1 Corinthians 10:13) President George Albert Smith teaches all to stay close to the Lord to find safety.
The Lame Man
(Acts 3:2-8) President Gordon B. Hinckley counsels all to reach out to those who need help.
Valiant In Testimony
(Acts 24:10-21) Elder Dallin H. Oaks defines what it means to be valiant in the testimony of Jesus Christ. ("Witnesses of Christ," Ensign, Nov. 1990, 29.)
(1 Corinthians 13:1-13) Elder Dallin H. Oaks emphasizes the need for charity in order to obtain eternal life.