“Lesson 32: ‘I Know That My Redeemer Liveth’” Old Testament: Gospel Doctrine Teacher’s Manual (2001), 157–61
“Lesson 32,” Old Testament: Gospel Doctrine Teacher’s Manual, 157–61
To help class members develop strength to face adversity by trusting the Lord, building their testimonies of him, and maintaining personal integrity.
Prayerfully study the following scriptures (you may also want to study the chapter headings in the book of Job to give an overview of the story):
Job 1–2. Job, a just and faithful man, experiences severe trials. He remains faithful to the Lord despite losing his possessions, children, and health.
Job 13:13–16; 19:23–27. Job finds strength in trusting the Lord and in his testimony of the Savior.
Job 27:2–6. Job finds strength in his personal righteousness and integrity.
Job 42:10–17. After Job has faithfully endured his trials, the Lord blesses him.
Additional reading: Other chapters in Job; Doctrine and Covenants 121:1–10.
Suggested Lesson Development
Additional Teaching Ideas
The following material supplements the suggested lesson outline. You may want to use one or more of these ideas as part of the lesson.