Teaching and Lessons
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Old Testament Visual Resources
Old Testament—Lesson 141-160
Old Testament—Lesson 141-160
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.
A Standing Law unto the Church
(D&C 119:3-7) President Hinckley tells a story of a woman who sacrificed to pay tithing.
After the Storm
The day of the tornado, Maylene was ready to give up on a life that had completely overwhelmed her. She felt helpless. But after surviving the tornado that day, Maylene knew that she and her family could make it through anything with God’s help.
And the River Will Grow
Elder Renlund and his family discuss the prophet Ezekiel's vision of the waters flowing from the house of the Lord. The river of water represents blessings, which flow from the temples to heal families and give them life.
Bullied No More
Quote given by Brother David L. Beck in the Priesthood session on April 6, 2013.
Bullying - Stop It
Dieter F. Uchtdorf counsels us that when it comes to hating, gossiping, ignoring, ridiculing, holding grudges, or wanting to cause harm—stop it!
By the Hand of Elijah the Prophet
Elder Quentin L. Cook testifies of the mission of the prophet Elijah. The salvation of the whole human family is interdependent and interconnected—like the roots and branches of a great tree.
God Gave Them Knowledge
(Daniel 1-2) Daniel shows obedience to the commandments of the Lord by not eating the King's wine and meat.
God Reveals His Secrets
(Amos 3:7) A video depicting how God has spoken to his prophets.
Heavenly Father Knows Me
After a trial of her faith, a young woman receives a witness that Heavenly Father truly does answer prayers.
Highlight: Blessings of the Temple
Highlight: President Thomas S. Monson's address at the April 2015 General Conference.
No Cussing Club
One boy’s crusade to encourage clean language has far-reaching effects.
Now I'm Converted
This video shows how the youth in one stake were blessed as they responded to Elder Bednar's invitation to participate in family history.
One Son or Daughter at a Time
Elder Neil L. Andersen discusses the blessings promised to youth of the rising generation who are turning their hearts to their fathers. Each individual name is important and no one will be neglected or forgotten.
Preparation of Joseph F. Smith: True Blue, Through and Through
Joseph F. Smith faces an unruly mob and declares fearlessly his membership in the Church.
Promised Blessings of Family History
Elder Stevenson outlines the importance of every member being familiar with the tools of family history so they can participate in activities that lead them to the temple.
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The Blessings of the Temple
The blessings of the temple enable us to be sealed (connected) to our families after death and return back to the presence of our Father in Heaven.
The Challenge to Become
Elder Dallin H. Oaks relates a parable that compares to our mortal journey towards inheriting the Celestial Kingdom
The Promised Blessings of Family History
Modern apostles, including David A. Bednar, Quentin L. Cook, Neil L. Andersen and Dale G. Renlund have promised many powerful blessings to those who participate in Family History and Temple Service.
Unlocking the Door to the Blessings of Abraham
March 2, 2008: Sister Julie B. Beck discusses how we can access and attain the blessings promised to Abraham and his seed.
Video Presentation: Walk in His Light
Daughters of God support and love one another as they live covenant-centered lives.
We Need Living Prophets
Members of the Church across the world bear testimony of living prophets and apostles and speak of the blessings of peace and hope that arise from that knowledge.
What is a Family Tree?
Children asked "What is a family tree?" provide some thoughtful, interesting, entertaining, and surprising answers. How would you explain the concept of a family tree or ancestry to children?
Why Mormons Build Temples
Throughout history, the Lord has commanded His people to build temples. Temples are literally houses of the Lord. They are holy places of worship where individuals make sacred promises with God.
Will I Do My Part?
The key to freeing our ancestors from spirit prison is in our hands. We have the opportunity to put that key into action and bring the blessings of the Gospel to our families.
With All Your Heart
One young man overcomes his fears while magnifying his calling.