Sunday School: Gospel Doctrine
Lesson 32: ‘I Know That My Redeemer Liveth’

“Lesson 32: ‘I Know That My Redeemer Liveth’” Old Testament Class Member Study Guide (2001), 22

“Lesson 32,” Old Testament Class Member Study Guide, 22

Lesson 32

“I Know That My Redeemer Liveth”

Job 1–2; 13; 19; 27; 42

Study the following scriptures:

  1. Job 1–2. Job experiences severe trials. He remains faithful to the Lord despite losing his possessions, children, and health.

  2. Job 13:13–16; 19:23–27. Job finds strength in trusting the Lord and in his testimony of the Savior.

  3. Job 27:2–6. Job finds strength in his personal righteousness and integrity.

  4. Job 42:10–17. After Job has faithfully endured his trials, the Lord blesses him.

  • What kind of man was Job? What trials did Job experience?

  • How did Job’s testimony of the Savior help him endure his trials? (See Job 19:25–27.) How can a testimony of the Savior give us strength during adversity?

  • Job’s integrity was another source of spiritual strength during his afflictions (Job 27:2–6). What is integrity? How did personal integrity strengthen Job during his trials? How can personal integrity help us during times of trial?

  • After Job had faithfully endured his trials, how did the Lord bless him? (See Job 42:10–15; James 5:11.) How does the Lord bless us as we faithfully endure trials? (See Job 23:10; 3 Nephi 15:9.)

Additional reading: Other chapters in Job; Doctrine and Covenants 121:1–10.