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God Reveals His Secrets to His Prophets - S01E35

9/19/2018
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Though separated by centuries and perhaps hundreds of miles, Amos and Joel were surprisingly united in their warning of the “Day of the Lord,” in which God would visit wickedness with justice, and in their visions of the latter day glory he would bring to the earth.

Duration:00:43:51

I Will Betroth Thee Unto Me in Righteousness - S01E34

9/15/2018
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Hosea marks the beginning of our study of the “prophetic” works of the Old Testament, and we discuss both the historical context of Hosea, and what he adds to Israel’s own understanding of its history. We also discuss the themes of insult to God and Forgiveness found in this powerful and poetic book of scripture.

Duration:00:56:30

Sharing the Gospel with the World - S01E33

9/9/2018
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Jonah is unique among the Prophetic books for being a story about a prophet, rather than the writings of a prophet. But it is unique for other reasons as well—the book of Jonah works even better as a parable than it does as a prophecy.

Duration:01:10:14

I Know That My Redeemer Liveth - S01E32

9/9/2018
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The book of Job was not written to show us an example of someone who dealt faithfully with loss, but to offer an ideal of how to think about suffering. Also, bonus track after the credits!

Duration:01:05:12

Happy Is the Man That Findeth Wisdom - S01E31

8/26/2018
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Why is the statement “All is vanity” actually an affirmation of God’s grace and goodness, rather than a denial of it?

Duration:01:14:28

Come to the House of the Lord - S01E30

8/11/2018
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As we study the links between the ancient Temple and each of us, we also examine the words of Christ as he taught how fully the Old Testament truly testifies of Him.

Duration:01:07:37

He Took Up the Mantle of Elijah - S01E29

8/4/2018
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When Elisha took up Elijah’s discarded cloak, he put on more than an article of clothing—even more still than a prophetic mantle, as important as that was. He picked up a burden, the burden of advancing the grand metaphor of the history of the people of Israel, a history that is alive in each person who sets his feet on the path to Yahweh.

Duration:01:17:39

After the Fire, a Still, Small Voice - S01E28

8/2/2018
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What makes Elijah so special, special enough to appear to Jesus Christ and Joseph Smith, and to have his coming announced in all five of the Standard Works?

Duration:01:09:51

The Influence of Wicked and Righteous Rulers - S01E27

7/27/2018
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When Jeroboam was made king over the newly divided Northern Kingdom of Israel, he was given a simple promise: Worship Yahweh and he would be sustained. Instead, he instituted idolatry among his people, thinking to consolidate his power. Thereafter, none of his successors ruled in righteousness. What happened to Israel as a result? What does this mean in my life?

Duration:01:09:50

Let Every Thing That Hath Breath Praise the Lord - S01E25

7/21/2018
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The longest book in the Bible is also the one that spans the greatest portion of Jewish history, and one of the most quoted by New Testament prophets.

Duration:01:07:51

Create in Me a Clean Heart - S01E24

7/1/2018
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What were David’s small mistakes that led to his big one? How does the Sermon on the Mount apply to both David and Saul? Why is lust such a big deal?

Duration:01:22:51

The Lord Be Between Thee and Me For Ever - S01E23

6/22/2018
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How did Jonathan and Saul, though they had vastly different reactions to David’s kingly destiny, both love their “neighbor” as themselves? What made David so capable of forgiveness? Who is Abigail and what makes her one of the noblest characters in all of scripture?

Duration:01:02:48

The Lord Looketh on the Heart - S01E22

6/17/2018
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The book of Samuel says “man looketh on the outward appearance.” What are some common ways we do this? What was Saul’s tragic flaw? How was David a man after God’s own heart? How do Goliath’s actions correspond with Satan’s temptations of Christ?

Duration:01:07:27

God Will Honor Those Who Honor Him - S01E21

6/10/2018
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When Israel tried to use the Ark of the Covenant as a weapon, the Prophet Samuel taught them a valuable lesson about following Jehovah.

Duration:00:47:48

All the City Doth Know That Thou Art a Virtuous Woman - S01E20

6/9/2018
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The stories of Ruth and Hannah don’t include any dramatic miracles or the words of prophets, so why did the ancient scribes include them in the Bible? What’s so important in these accounts that we can’t learn anywhere else?

Duration:00:55:25

The Reign of the Judges - S01E19

6/3/2018
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The Judges of Israel serve as powerful likenesses of Christ, as the Israelites represent us, the (hopefully) repentant sinner.

Duration:00:44:37

Be Strong and of a Good Courage - S01E18

6/3/2018
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Why did God let an entire generation of Israelites die in the wilderness? Why did he command his chosen people to utterly destroy their enemies? How hard was it to follow Joshua when you’d grown up with a prophet like Moses?

Duration:00:51:35

Beware Lest Ye Forget - S01E17

5/28/2018
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Through Moses, God lets us know remembering, like gratitude, is a choice, one that requires work.

Duration:00:57:17

I Cannot Go Beyond the Word of the Lord - S01E16

5/19/2018
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The prophet Balaam is a study in contradictions, and we discuss his story on three levels: as a fable, as a tragic drama, and as a type of Christ.

Duration:01:00:34

Look to God and Live - S01E15

5/12/2018
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Numbers 11-14, 21. Is it possible that the Israelites who were saved by looking at a brass serpent only knew they'd been saved in retrospect? What are the dangers of ingratitude?

Duration:01:21:09