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Sunday School Old Testament: Lesson 14

01 March

The purpose of this next lesson is for the class members to learn what it means to “partake of the Lord’s spiritual water and bread, sustain his chosen leaders, and obey his commandments so he can make of them a “holy nation.” It covers the Israelites murmuring because they were hungry and thirsty, and then how the […]

LDS Sunday School Old Testament Lesson 12

12 February

Lesson 12: “Fruitful in the Land of My Affliction”  This week the lesson uses Genesis chapters 40—45 and is based on three different topics.  This time around they touched on Joseph’s captivity in Egypt and his reaction to his life’s circumstances, the Mormon food storage program and of course the ever present comparison of their […]

LDS Sunday School Old Testament Lesson 11

12 February

Lesson 11: “How Can I Do This Great Wickedness?” This week’s lesson focuses on the life of one of Jacob’s sons Joseph and the objective is twofold. They want to teach members how to abstain from sexual immorality when faced with temptations like Joseph was with Potipher’s wife and how to handle adversity when being […]

Sunday School Old Testament Lesson 10

11 February

Lesson 10: “Birthright Blessings; Marriage in the Covenant“ Birthright: Easton’s Bible Dictionary; “This word denotes the special privileges and advantages belonging to the first-born son among the Jews. He became the priest of the family… The first-born son had allotted to him also a double portion of the paternal inheritance (Deut. 21:15-17). Reuben was, because of […]