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Weekly Deep Dive

The Weekly Deep Dive is hosted by Jason Lloyd and Nate Pyfer and focuses on the Come Follow Me discussions from the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints. Jason and Nate strive to bring a unique perspective to the discussion and talking points that are not traditionally part of the material to supplement the various discussions throughout the year. The views presented in the podcast are not endorsed nor sponsored by the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints. 

D&C 3 - 5

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D&C 3 - 5
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"My work shall go forth." In this episode we will be focusing a lot up front on how the works, designs and purposes of God cannot be frustrated. After that we take a peek at Doctrine Covenants 4 where we learn the field is white and ready to harvest, something that will be repeated often and a common theme in some of these shorter sections and in the end, we will see some wise counsel God gives to Joseph Smith and Martin Harris regarding the work they are doing, witnesses for the plates and trusting in God. So sit back and enjoy!

JS History 1:26 - 65; D&C 2

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JS History 1:26 - 65; D&C 2
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"The Hearts of the Children Shall Turn to Their Fathers" In this episode, we will be talking about the connection between Mormon and Joseph Smith, we explore the takeaways from the time between Joseph’s first and second visions and we finish by talking about the significance of Elijah coming before the great and terrible day of the Lord.

Joseph Smith - History 1:1 - 26

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Joseph Smith - History 1:1 - 26
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"I Saw a Pillar of Light" This episode focuses on early Joseph Smith history before the first vision and hits on the interesting history of sacred groves throughout Biblical history.

D&C 1

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D&C 1
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"Hearken O Ye My People" This episode dives into the first Come Follow Me Lesson for Doctrine and Covenants and explores how the Lord signed the book using a rare form of Hebrew Poetry discovered in 1978 called the Janus Parallel.

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