Jacob - Mosiah

    A depiction of Jacob 5

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    Abinadi Converted One Soul
    (Mosiah 18:1–4) Elder M. Russell Ballard gives the example of Abinadi converting one soul.
    1:23
    All Fruit of the Vineyard is Corrupt
    Seminary students visit an Old Testament olive vineyard and are taught how to care for olive trees. They discover conditions in the vineyard that parallel the conditions in Zenos's allegory. Segment 4 - All Fruit of the Vineyard is Corrupt. Jacob 5-6
    1:19
    And My Soul Hungered
    (Enos 1) A young man struggles before the Lord and learns what it means to receive a witness of the Spirit.
    10:21
    Apply the Teachings of Christ
    (Jarom 1:3–12) Elder Russell M. Nelson talks about applying the teachings of Christ. (“Blessed Are the Peacemakers,” Ensign, Nov. 2002, 39–41.)
    2:09
    Beginning to Labor in Sin
    (Jacob 2:2–9) Elder Dallin H. Oaks speaks about “beginning to labor in sin”.
    1:25
    Characteristics of Those Who Faithfully Share the Gospel
    (Mosiah 28:1–9) Elder Henry B. Eyring speaks about some of the characteristics of those who share the gospel with others.
    2:17
    Chastity
    (Jacob 2:28) Elder Richard G. Scott teaches about chastity.
    2:04
    Conclusion
    (Jacob 2) A father takes his family to a futuristic center to learn about pride. Through a simulated experience, two young people discover aspects of pride in their own lives. Segment 3, Conclusion.
    3:14
    Do Not Practice Polygamy
    (Jacob 2:27–30) President Gordon B. Hinckley renounces the practice of polygamy.
    1:10
    Enemies of Christ
    (Jacob 7) President Ezra Taft Benson talks about exposing the enemies of Christ.
    00:46
    God Forgives
    (Mosiah 26:29–31) Elder Russell M. Nelson testifies that God forgives.
    2:12
    Having Enos-Like Faith
    (Enos 1:1–8, 27) Elder Robert D. Hales talks about having Enos-like faith.
    2:01
    In the Service of Your God
    (Mosiah 2:17) President Marion G. Romney speaks about being “in the service of your God”.
    1:39
    King of Kings
    (Mosiah 23:6–14) President Gordon B. Hinckley testifies of the Savior, our Lord and Master.
    1:10
    Majority
    (Mosiah 29:26–27) Elder Neal A. Maxwell talks about the danger of the majority choosing what is not right.
    1:42
    Name of Christ
    (Mosiah 5:7–11) Elder Dallin H. Oaks teaches about taking upon us the name of Christ.
    2:15
    Nethermost Parts of the Vineyard
    (Jacob 5–6) Seminary students visit an Old Testament olive vineyard and are taught how to care for olive trees. They discover conditions in the vineyard that parallel the conditions in Zenos’s allegory. Segment 3, Nethermost Parts of the Vineyard.
    1:15
    No More Disposition to Do Evil
    (Mosiah 5:2–3) Elder David A. Bednar speaks about having “no more disposition to do evil, but to do good continually”.
    1:24
    Old Testament Olive Vineyard
    (Jacob 5–6) Seminary students visit an Old Testament olive vineyard and are taught how to care for olive trees. They discover conditions in the vineyard that parallel the conditions in Zenos’s allegory. Segment 1, Old Testament Olive Vineyard
    6:51
    Pride Simulation Center
    (Jacob 2) A father takes his family to a futuristic center to learn about pride. Through a simulated experience, two young people discover aspects of pride in their own lives. Segment 1, Pride Simulation Center.
    4:44
    Put off the Natural Man
    (Mosiah 3:19) Elder Henry B. Eyring speaks about putting off the natural man.
    2:48
    Safety Lies in Obeying the Prophets
    (Mosiah 20:21; 21:1–4) Elder Robert D. Hales testifies of the blessings of following a living prophet of God.
    00:52
    Service That Counts
    (Mosiah 2:11–21) President Thomas S. Monson speaks about service that counts.
    1:51
    Stand as a Witness
    (Mosiah 18:1–16) A young woman leaves home to attend a ballet workshop for six weeks and finds that standing as a witness of Christ gives her many opportunities to share the gospel with others.
    7:36
    Steve’s Simulation
    (Jacob 2) A father takes his family to a futuristic center to learn about pride. Through a simulated experience, two young people discover aspects of pride in their own lives. Segment 2, Steve’s Simulation.
    1:37
    The Atonement Enables Us
    (Jacob 4:6–7) Elder David A. Bednar speaks about how the Atonement enables us.
    2:18
    The Awfulness of Sin and Terror That Follows
    (Jacob 1:1–17; 2:11) President Harold B. Lee talks about the awfulness of sin.
    00:43
    The Lord Delights in Chastity
    (Jacob 2:23–27) Elder Richard G. Scott cautions us about immorality.
    1:02
    The Lord Will Ease Our Burdens
    (Mosiah 24:11–15) Elder Dallin H. Oaks testifies that the Lord will ease our burdens.
    1:23
    The Olive Tree
    (Jacob 5–6) A group of seminary students visit an Old Testament olive vineyard and are taught how to care for olive trees. They discover conditions in the vineyard that parallel the conditions in Zenos’s allegory. Segment 5, Song: “The Olive Tree".
    2:33
    The “Natural Man”
    (Mosiah 2–5) Two young women learn what it means to put off the natural man and become children of Christ. Segment 1, The “Natural Man”.
    3:23
    Unprofitable Servants
    (Mosiah 2:20–21) Elder Joseph B. Wirthlin talks about unprofitable servants.
    00:50
    Vineyard at the Time of Christ
    (Jacob 5–6) Seminary students visit an Old Testament olive vineyard and are taught how to care for olive trees. They discover conditions in the vineyard that parallel the conditions in Zenos’s allegory. Segment 2, Old Testament Olive Vineyard.
    2:08
    Watch Your Thoughts
    (Mosiah 4:29–30) Elder Henry B. Eyring speaks about watching our thoughts.
    1:17
    We Must Be “Born Again”
    (Mosiah 27:23–30) Elder David A. Bednar speaks about being “born again”.
    1:55
    What Can I Say More?
    (Jacob 6:7–13) Elder M. Russell Ballard explains Jacob’s plea, “O be wise; what can I say more?”.
    2:28
    Whole Soul unto God
    (Omni 1:26) Elder David A. Bednar talks about bringing your whole soul unto God.
    00:54