Luke - John

    Jesus Christ. Sermon on the Mount

    Videos

    A Valued Gift
    (John 21) Five short dramatizations explore the Savior's request to feed His sheep. Segment 3 - A valued gift.
    2:08
    A “Mother” Heart
    (Luke 1:38) Sister Beck helps women understand what it means to develop a disposition to mother. An excerpt from “A ‘Mother Heart,’” Ensign or Liahona, May 2004.
    3:47
    Abide in Me
    (John 15:4–5) An excerpt from “Abide in Me,” Ensign or Liahona, May 2004.
    1:56
    Addictions Surrender Our Freedoms of Choice
    (John 8:33–34) An excerpt from “Addiction or Freedom,” Ensign, Nov. 1988.
    00:53
    Assigned a Friend?
    (John 21) Five short dramatizations explore the Savior's request to feed His sheep. Segment 2 - Assigned a friend?
    1:09
    Being One with God and Christ
    (John 17:11, 20–23) By submitting to the Father, Jesus Christ achieved perfect unity. An excerpt from “That They May Be One in Us,” Ensign, Nov. 2002.
    1:23
    Believing in the Witness of Others
    (John 20:29–31) An excerpt from “This Glorious Easter Morn",Ensign, May 1996
    1:40
    Born Again
    President James E. Faust speaks about how we must be born again. John 3:1-6
    2:02
    Christian Courage
    (John 15:18–21) If we are to have Christian Courage, we need to respond as the Savior did. An excerpt from “Christian Courage: The Price of Discipleship,” Ensign or Liahona, Nov. 2008.
    3:26
    Church Membership
    (Luke 3:7-14) President Joseph Fielding Smith confirms that all must endure to the end.
    0:40
    Comfortless
    Elder David A. Bednar speaks about how God will not leave us comfortless. John 14:15-26
    2:50
    Continue in Patience
    (Luke 21:19) How to gain perfection through self-mastery from patience. An excerpt from “Continue in Patience,” Ensign or Liahona, May 2010.
    00:54
    Different Beliefs
    (Luke 9:49-56) President Gordon B. Hinckley urges respect for all those with diverse beliefs and teachings.
    0:00:00
    Disciples Are Distinguished by Love
    (John 13:34–35) Elder Wirthlin states that love is the defining quality to should define members of the Church. An excerpt from “The Great Commandment,” Ensign or Liahona, Nov. 2007.
    1:24
    Divine Forgiveness
    (Luke 7:36–50) Elder Anderson tells of a mans needs to feel forgiven. An excerpt from “Repent . . . That I May Heal You,” Ensign or Liahona, Nov. 2009.
    1:59
    Eternal Goals
    (Luke 9:57-62) President Howard W. Hunter uses an analogy of a plowman to remind new members to never look back on past transgressions, except to measure growth.
    1:01
    Except I Shall See
    Elder Robert D. Hales, "Except I shall See, I Will Not Believe." John 20:24-29
    2:30
    Faith of Our Fathers
    (John 4:20–24) President Uchtdorf answers the question, "What is the Faith of our Father in Heaven?" An excerpt from “Faith of Our Father,” Ensign and Liahona, May 2008.
    3:01
    Feed My Lambs
    Elder Robert D. Hales shows how to feed the Savior's sheep. John 21:1-6; 15-17
    0:00:00
    Finding The Lamb
    David B. Haight speaks about finding the Lamb of God. John 1:36-41
    3:09
    Good Samaritan
    (Luke 10:25-37) Elder M. Russell Ballard explains the parable of the good Samaritan and what it means for us today.
    0:00:00
    Good, Better, Best
    (Luke 10:38–42) Elder Oaks helps to discern the best choices in life. An excerpt from “Good, Better, Best,” Ensign or Liahona, Nov. 2007.
    1:41
    Heavenly Things
    (John 3:12) (John 3) This presentation depicts the Savior teaching a Nicodemus of "heavenly things".
    8:55
    How Jesus Christ Responded to His Accusers
    (Luke 23:4–12) Elder Hales helps us to know how to respond as the Savior would. An excerpt from “Christian Courage: The Price of Discipleship,” Ensign or Liahona, Nov. 2008.
    1:43
    I am the Resurrection and the Life
    (John 11:25-26) President Thomas S. Monson testifies that the Atonement of Jesus Christ swallows up the darkness of death.
    1:23
    Increased In Wisdom
    (Luke 2:52) President Thomas S. Monson teaches us that we need divine guidance.
    1:06
    Jesus Christ Will Be Our Final Judge
    (John 5:22, 27, 30) Elder Scott declares that the Atonement makes it possible for Jesus Christ to be our final judge. An excerpt from “The Atonement Can Secure Your Peace and Happiness,” Ensign and Liahona, Nov. 2006.
    1:16
    Jesus Christ’s Love
    (John 17:26) An excerpt from “The Power of God’s Love,” Ensign or Liahona, Nov. 2004.
    00:56
    Living Water
    Joseph B. Wirthlin talks about living water. John 4:1-14
    2:32
    Living Water
    (John 4:10–14) Elder Wirthlin states that in order for us to receive healing, we have to be obedient. An excerpt from “The Abundant Life,” Ensign and Liahona, May 2006.
    2:32
    Modern-day Good Samaritan
    (Luke 10:25-37) President James E. Faust speakes about being a modern-day good Samaritan.
    1:23
    Not all Suffering Results from Sin
    Elder Boyd K. Packer clarifies that disabilities and handicaps do not come because of sin. John 9:1-5
    0:00:00
    Occupied With Routine
    (Luke 10:38-42) Elder Dallin H. Oaks urges us to recognize spiritual opportunities.
    0:19
    Other Sheep
    (John 10:16) An excerpt from “All Men Everywhere,” Ensign or Liahona, May 2006.
    1:27
    Our Accounts
    (Luke 7:36-50) President Boyd K. Packer testifies of the Savior's complete forgiveness if we fully repent.
    0:00:00
    Prodigal Son
    (Luke 15:11-32) Elder Robert D. Hales talks about the Prodigal Son.
    1:56
    Sacrament montage
    (Luke 22:1-20) A doctrinal explanation of how the Lord's justice and mercy affect us. Segment 3 - Sacrament montage.
    1:53
    School Bus
    (John 21) Five short dramatizations explore the Savior's request to feed His sheep. Segment 5 - School bus.
    1:20
    Seed Of Abraham
    James E. Faust speaks about the Seed of Abraham. John 8:33-59
    1:11
    Simon Peter Denied the Savior Three Times
    (John 18:15–18, 25–27) President Gordon B. Hinckley shares his compassion for the Apostle Peter. An excerpt from “And Peter Went Out and Wept Bitterly,” Ensign, Mar. 1995.
    1:41
    Spiritual Anorexia
    (John 6:26–27) An excerpt from “He Hath Filled the Hungry with Good Things,” Ensign, Nov. 1997.
    00:59
    Stand Firm
    (Luke 4:1-13) President James E. Faust urges all to have courage and resist Satan.
    0:00:00
    Story of a Faithful Home Teacher
    (Luke 15:4, 8) President Monson tells the story of Willard Milne and Dick Hammer. An excerpt from “Home Teaching—a Divine Service,” Ensign, Nov. 1997.
    1:38
    Strengthen Thy Brethren
    Elder Dallin H. Oaks teaches that all must be first converted themselves before being able to fully strengthen others. Luke 22:31-32
    0:00:00
    Swearing
    (John 21) Five short dramatizations explore the Savior's request to feed His sheep. Segment 4 - Swearing.
    3:44
    Taking the Lord's Blessings for Granted
    (Luke 17:11-19) David B. Haight speaks about taking the Lord's blessings for granted.
    3:35
    Testimonies
    (Luke 22:1-20) A doctrinal explanation of how the Lord's justice and mercy affect us. Segment 2 - Testimonies.
    2:42
    Testimony of the Savior's Suffering
    (John 18:19) Elder Neal A. Maxwell testifies of the Savior's ability to understand our pain and suffering.
    2:38
    The Divine Sonship of Jesus Christ
    (John 1:14) Elder Wells states that Jesus Christ is central to understanding the Plan of Salvation. An excerpt from “Our Message to the World,” Ensign, Nov. 1995.
    2:18
    The Elder Prodigal Son
    (Luke 15:25–32) Elder Holland illuminates another lesson of the Prodigal Son tale. An excerpt from “The Other Prodigal,” Ensign, May 2002.
    2:39
    The Good Shepherd
    (John 10:1–18) An excerpt from “A Call to the Priesthood: ‘Feed My Sheep,’” Ensign, May 1983.
    2:17
    The Jar
    (Luke 22:1-20) A doctrinal explanation of how the Lord's justice and mercy affect us. Segment 1 - The jar.
    7:16
    The Lamb of God
    (John 1:29) Elder Russell M. Nelson talks about the requirements of being the Lamb of God. An excerpt from “The Atonement,” Ensign, Nov. 1996
    00:56
    The Meaning of Discipleship
    (Luke 5:10–11) President Faust talks about what it means to be a true disciple of Jesus Christ. An excerpt from Discipleship,” Ensign or Liahona, Nov. 2006.
    1:16
    The Nativity
    (Luke 2) This presentation depicts the account of Jesus's birth.
    5:52
    The Pharisee and the Publican
    (Luke 18:9–14) An excerpt from “The Pharisee and the Publican,” Ensign, May 1984.
    3:11
    The Road to Emmaus
    (Luke 24) This presentation depicts the Savior's appearance to two disciples on the road to Emmaus after His resurrection.
    5:34
    The Scriptures Testify of Jesus Christ
    (John 5:39–40) An excerpt from “The Miracle of the Holy Bible,” Ensign and Liahona, May 2007.
    3:59
    The Source of Our Joy
    (John 16:20–22) In the final hours of the Savior's life, he taught his disciples about the joy that was to come. An excerpt from “Rejoice!” Ensign, Nov. 1996.
    1:44
    The Woman at the Well
    (John 4) This presentation depicts the Savior teaching a Samaritan woman that He is the source of living water.
    7:29
    To Be Converted
    (Luke 22:32) Elder Oaks gives a commission to "act" upon the doctrines of the gospel. An excerpt from “The Challenge to Become,” Ensign, Nov. 2000.
    00:42
    Tolerance
    (John 8:1-11) Elder Russell M. Nelson speaks of the vital virtue of tolerance. ("Teach Us Tolerance and Love," Ensign, May 1994)
    0:35
    Track Meet on Sunday
    (John 21) Five short dramatizations explore the Savior's request to feed His sheep. Segment 1 - Track meet on Sunday.
    3:50
    Widow Of Nain
    (Luke 7:11-16) President Thomas S. Monson asks all to help those in need as the Savior did. ("Never Alone," Ensign, May 1991, 59-61.)
    0:00:00
    Wine Press
    (John 20:1-23) President James E. Faust testifies of the Atonement of Jesus Christ. ("The Atonement: Our Greatest Hope," Ensign, Nov. 2001, 18-20.)
    4:00
    “And Was Subject unto Them”
    (Luke 2:51) Elder Samuelson states the being "subject" to parents and leaders is a duty. An excerpt from “Our Duty to God,” Ensign, Nov. 2001.
    00:59
    “Born Again”
    (John 3:3–5) An excerpt from “Born Again,” Ensign and Liahona, May 2008.
    1:03
    “Come, Follow Me”
    (John 1:35–51) Elder Holland uses the invitation Jesus extended to Andrew and John to show the Lord's invitation to follow Him is still, and will always be extended. An excerpt from “He Hath Filled the Hungry with Good Things,” Ensign, Nov. 1997.
    2:00
    “He That Hath Seen Me Hath Seen the Father”
    (John 14:7–11; 16:25) Elder Jeffrey R. Holland teaches that Jesus Christ came to plead with man to love their Heavenly Father. Excerpt from “The Grandeur of God,” Ensign or Liahona, Nov. 2003.
    1:39
    “I Am the Resurrection, and the Life”
    (John 11:25–26) President Thomas S. Monson speaks about receiving reassurance about death being temporary. An excerpt from “Now Is the Time,” Ensign, Nov. 2001.
    1:29
    “It’s True, Isn’t It? Then What Else Matters?”
    (Luke 14:26–33)In an interview, a young Naval Officer states the gospel is true, so the consequences of membership do not matter. An excerpt from “It’s True, Isn’t It? Then What Else Matters?” Ensign or Liahona, May 2007.
    3:26
    “Lovest Thou Me More Than These?”
    (John 21:15) An excerpt from "The First Great Commandment,” Ensign, Nov. 2012.
    7:17
    “Peace I Leave with You”
    (John 14:27; 16:33) An excerpt from “Master, the Tempest Is Raging,” Ensign, Nov. 1984.
    3:08
    “This Do in Remembrance of Me”
    (Luke 22:19–20) Remembering the Savior in all things. An excerpt from “This Do in Remembrance of Me,” Ensign, Nov. 1995.
    3:33
    “Wherefore, Settle This in Your Hearts”
    (Joseph Smith Translation, Luke 14:28) Young men and young women need to set priorities in life. An excerpt from “Wherefore, Settle This in Your Hearts,” Ensign or Liahona, Nov. 2006.
    2:24