Teaching and Lessons
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New Testament Visual Resources
New Testament—Lesson 21-40
New Testament—Lesson 21-40
Always Remember Him
Elder Gong gives six suggestions for how we can better fulfill our covenant to always remember the Savior.
Calming the Tempest
The disciples' faith is tested before Jesus calms the stormy sea. Mark 4:37–40
Christ's Authority is Questioned
Christ's authority is questioned by the chief priests and elders. He relates the parable of the two sons to them. Matthew 21:23–32
Kuha'o, a blind 15-year-old piano prodigy, freely shares his God given musical gift to bless the lives of everyone who listens.
Finding Faith in Christ
Thomas, who once doubted, beholds the power, majesty, and love of Jesus Christ. Faith in Christ will help individuals resolve personal challenges.
A group of young women showed their love by doing for a friend what she could not do for herself.
Forgive Every One Their Trespasses: The Parable of the Unmerciful Servant
The parable of the unmerciful servant to help students understand the doctrine taught in Doctrine and Covenants 64:2-13.
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.
This video shows how a little girl's prayers that her family would be sealed in the temple were answered.
Jesus Forgives Sins and Heals a Man Stricken with Palsy
Jesus shows that He has power to both forgive sins and heal physical infirmities. Mark 2:1–12
Jesus Heals a Possessed Man
Jesus demonstrates His divine power by healing a possessed man. Luke 4:33–37
Jesus Heals a Woman of Faith
Jesus heals a woman's illness when she, in faith, touches His clothing.
Jesus Is Laid in a Tomb
The Savior's body is taken by Joseph of Arimathea to a garden tomb. Angels appear and remove the stone from the front of the tomb. Mary and other women visit the empty tomb.
Jesus Is Tried by Caiaphas, Peter Denies Knowing Him
Jesus is tried before Caiaphas and the chief priests. Peter denies knowing Him and weeps bitterly.
Jesus Raises the Daughter of Jairus
Jesus demonstrates His divine power by raising a young girl from the dead.
Jesus Teaches that We Must Become as Little Children
Those who humble themselves as little children are the greatest in the kingdom of heaven. Matthew 18:1–11; Mark 9:38–42
Leave the Party
John's life may have been very different had he not had the courage to leave a party one evening in Japan.
One of sixteen short video segments help us understand New Testament customs.
Make the Sabbath a Delight by Finding Your Ancestors
Family history is one of the many things we can do to observe and find delight on the Sabbath day.
None Were with Him
One of the great consolations of this Easter season is that because Jesus walked such a long, lonely path utterly alone, we do not have to do so.
Prepare Today for the Second Coming
(Joseph Smith—Matthew 1:46–54; Matthew 24:42–51) An excerpt from “Preparation for the Second Coming,” Ensign or Liahona, May 2004, 8–9.
Elder Shayne M. Bowen teaches: "The Atonement of Jesus Christ is available to each of us. It can clean, reclaim, and sanctify even you."
Renaissance of Marriage
Hear what President Eyring says we all must do to have a renaissance of happy marriages and productive families.
Sharing Your Beliefs
Use blogging, texting, and other forms of communication to share your testimony of the gospel to all the world.
Sweep the Earth as with a Flood – Highlight
Highlights from Elder David A. Bednar's address at the BYU Education Week Devotional 2014.
The Coat is a children’s story that depicts a young boy giving selflessly to another child in need.
The Feeding of the 5,000
Jesus provides a meal for 5,000 people with only five loaves of bread and two fishes. Matthew 14:13–21
The Old Shoemaker
In this classic story by Leo Tolstoy, an honest old shoemaker discovers that by helping those around him, he was really serving the Savior.
The Savior Suffers in Gethsemane
Jesus, Peter, James, and John retire to the Garden of Gethsemane. Jesus submits to the Father's will and begins to suffer for the sins and afflictions of mankind. He is then betrayed and arrested. Matthew 26:36–57
The Savior Wants to Forgive
A former addict and repeat convict shares his experiences with the Savior’s ability and willingness to forgive him again and again, even when he felt undeserving.
They that are Wise
(D&C 45:56-57) This video depicts the parable of the ten virgins, through which the Savior helps the disciples understand why and how to prepare for His Second Coming.
We Believe in Christ: Personal Testimony
Youth share their testimonies of the Savior.
“He Is Not Here: for He Is Risen”
(Matthew 28:6) President Hinckley speaks about the Resurrection from the Tomb of Joseph of Arimathea. An excerpt from "Special Witnesses of Christ,” Ensign, Apr. 2001.