Doctrine and Covenants—Lesson 61-80

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    "Keep Thyself Unspotted from the World"
    (D&C 59:9-14) President Hinckley teaches how to "keep thyself unspotted from the world."
    "Required to Forgive"
    (D&C 64:9-11) W. W. Phelps tells how he was forgiven by Joseph Smith.
    "Upon My Holy Day"
    (D&C 59:9-12) Elder Holland pleads with youth to keep the Sabbath day holy.
    What we share reflects who we are. Are you sharing His goodness?
    A Change of Heart
    A young man in Honduras was drifting toward a life of apathy, selfishness, and trouble until a friend showed him he was born for so much more.
    An Ensign to the Nations
    If we teach by the Spirit and you listen by the Spirit, some one of us will touch on your circumstance.
    Beware How We Take the Lord's Name
    (D&C 63:60-64) Elder Oaks warns about taking the Lord's name in vain.
    Children Are Alive in Christ
    (Moroni 8:4–23) President Boyd K. Packer gave personal examples of how children are alive in Christ.
    Continue in Patience
    Patience requires that we obey God's commandments and faithfully wait for His will to be fulfilled.
    Elder Hales Talks about Gratitude
    Elder Hales stressed that we should never forget to thank Heavenly Father for the blessings, gifts, and talents He has given to us.
    Face the Future with Faith
    Quote given by Elder Russell M. Nelson in the Saturday afternoon session of general conference on April 2, 2011.
    Faith Precedes the Miracle
    (D&C 35:8-11) President Monson teaches that faith precedes the miracle.
    Flecks of Gold
    This compelling story of an 1850s gold prospector illustrates how giving service to others blesses our lives.
    Forgiveness: My Burden Was Made Light
    After a man loses his wife and several children in a car accident, he finds healing and is able to forgive the offending driver through the power of Jesus Christ.
    He Lives: Testimonies of Jesus Christ
    See and hear modern-day Apostles testify that Jesus Christ is the Savior and that He lives today.
    Highlight: Spiritual Whirlwinds—Neil L. Andersen
    Neil L. Andersen encourages youth to trust in God during challenges and promises that they will receive the Lord's protection and guidance.
    Humility and Love
    It is impossible to be liftin up in pride when our hearts are filled with charity.
    Loving and Living with Differences
    Highlight: Elder Dallin H. Oaks's address at the October 2014 General Conference.
    Maybe I\'m Not So Different
    Keeping a journal helps us preserve memories of seeing the Lord's hand in our lives.
    Mountains to Climb
    Finding faith in the Lord Jesus Christ will help us have the power to endure and overcome even the hardest trials in life.
    My New Life
    Watch and share a new Mormon Messages video, “My New Life,” to see the inspiring story of a woman who not only survived a serious accident but is now a thriving example of courage, love, and faith in Jesus Christ, through whom all is well.
    Obedience to Law Is Liberty
    Quote given by Elder L. Tom Perry in the Sunday morning session on April 7, 2013.
    Parents: The Prime Gospel Teachers of Their Children
    Highlight: Tad R. Callister's address at the October 2014 General Conference.
    Patterns of Light: The Light of Christ
    What is light? In this three part series, Elder David A. Bednar discusses how we receive and perceive light from God. Part 1 centers on the properties of light and how the Light of Christ affects all men and women everywhere.
    Practice, Celebration, Dedication: Temple Blessings in El Salvador
    Share in the experience of three Latter-day Saint youth whose hopes are being realized with the dedication of El Salvador’s first temple.
    Priesthood Duty: Preaching the Gospel
    A young Aaronic Priesthood holder shares the gospel with friends and neighbors through service and testimony.
    Sedrick’s Journey
    A young boy in Africa works to earn money to serve a mission.
    Spiritually Prepared
    Sister Julie Beck, Relief Society general president, talks on being spiritually prepared to qualify for, receive, and act on personal revelation.
    Step Five: Confession
    This video describes step five in the Addiction Recovery Program: Admit to yourself, to your Heavenly Father in the name of Jesus Christ, to proper priesthood authority, and to another person the exact nature of your wrongs.
    Testimony of Truth
    The Lord entrusts a testimony of truth with those who share it with others. Members should be willing to share the gospel whenever they feel moved by the spirit.
    The Church to Fill the Earth
    (D&C 65) President Hinckley reviews the prophecy of how the Church will fill the earth.
    The Gospel Shall Roll Forth
    A visual depiction of Church growth by temples and stakes (D&C 65).
    The Heart and a Willing Mind
    (D&C 64:34) Elder Heber C. Kimball and his family willingly serve the Lord as Elder Kimball leaves first from Kirtland and then from Nauvoo to preach the gospel in England.
    The Lord Helps Us Share the Gospel
    Elder M. Russell Ballard relates how a sister in France shares the gospel with those around her.
    The Office of Bishop
    (D&C 72:9-26) President Hinckley teaches about the office of bishop.
    Unto All The World: From World's Fair to Worldwide
    Follow the brethren as they travel the world.
    Valiant in the Testimony of Jesus
    Elder Bruce R. McConkie discusses the meaning of being valiant in the testimony of Jesus Christ.
    War In Heaven
    (Revelation 12:7-9) President Gordon B. Hinckley speaks about the war in heaven. ("The Dawning of a Brighter Day," Ensign, May 2004)
    Watch Your Step
    See how a moment’s decision can have far-reaching consequences—for good or bad.
    Whom the Lord Calls
    (1 Samuel 10) President Monson teaches "whom the Lord calls, the Lord qualifies."
    Wrong Roads
    When making decisions, God expects us to pray, trust, and be believing and then not give up, panic, or "jump ship" when something doesn't seem to be going right.
    You\'re Never Alone
    A disciple of Jesus Christ, Elaine S. Dalton, describes how a grueling marathon taught her about prayer and the strength we can receive from God.
    “He Lives! All Glory to His Name!”
    Elder Scott bears his testimony of the beauty and wonder of the atonement, and encourages us to ponder about and prayerfully gain knowledge of its power in our lives.