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Doctrine and Covenants

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Aug'21

D&C 93

D&C 93 opens with a recipe to see God. Jason and Nate take on a more serious, slightly heavier tone …

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20

Aug'21

Bonus Episode – Pseudepigrapha

Jason and Nate deliver a bonus episode dealing with writings from the Pseudepigrapha. First, a few more points from D&C …

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15

Aug'21

D&C 89 – 92

Looking at D&C 89 – 92, Jason and Nate start off diving into the Word of Wisdom. The Word of …

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08

Aug'21

D&C 88

In this week’s dive into D&C 88, Jason and Nate examine the title, Lord of Sabaoth. Not Sabbath, Sabaoth. Next, …

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25

Apr'21

D&C 45

The Prophecy. In this section, Jason and Nate dive into D&C section 45 where the Lord reveals a prophecy concerning the events surrounding his second coming. Along the way, they detour into the meaning of names. In particular, the name of God and what Rumplestiltskin has to do with anything. They talk about signs in the heavens and on the earth and where we sit on the timeline that is the Lords great reveal and second coming. As Jason and Nate discuss some of these heavenly signs, they journey into an older, cultural tradition practiced all over the Near East, the substitute king ritual similar to our story of the prince and the pauper.

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Apr'21

D&C 41 – 44

In this Come Follow Me podcast episode, Jason and Nate take a look at the the Law of the Lord as revealed in Doctrine and Covenants section 42. The first part of the Lord's law includes instructions for missionary work and teaching by the spirit. The next part dives into commandments the Lord gives his saints similar to the Ten Commandments in the Old Testament. The Lord repeats three times the law to not kill. It is interesting that the Lord leaves his law so broadly written. Jason and Nate discuss case law associated with the general law. This includes the law of the city of refuge and accidental murder.

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11

Apr'21

D&C 37 – 40

In this Come Follow Me podcast episode we are covering Doctrine and Covenants 37 - 40. We start off by talking about Joseph Smith's translation of the Bible and the Lord's direction to physically gather the saints. Then we move into the Lord's introduction to himself in Doctrine and Covenants 38. We talk about what are the seraphim? Then we ask what does it mean to be gathered into the Lord's bosom? We examine the caution that powers of darkness are working on the earth today. Then we see the Lord's caution to Joseph Smith going into how they know not the hearts of men in their own country. Next we examine what it means when God says if ye are not one, ye are not mine. Along with that, God counsel to us to build up Zion, who were "one in heart." Finally, we look at the Lords statement that he made the earth rich. How does a rich earth square up to a world driven by scarcity and competition?

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04

Apr'21

D&C 30 – 36

Nate’s back! In this episode of the Weekly Deep Dive we take a look at at several shorter sections of …

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14

Mar'21

D&C 27 – 28

This Come Follow Me Podcast covers D&C 27 - 28. In this episode we start off talking about alcohol and the sacrament. The Lord tells us not to wonder that hour will soon come when he will come share a drink with some of his friends on the other side of the veil. Next we talk about Oliver Cowdery's revelation in section 28. With this, we discuss challenging the word of God. Finally, we finish by talking about the humility required to accept when we are wrong.

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07

Mar'21

D&C 23 – 26

In this Come Follow Me podcast episode, we look at a what it means to not be under condemnation. Then we talk about the Lord's guidance and instructions on miracles. The Lord outlines here what type of miracles should be performed and under which circumstances. Afterwards we talk about dusting and washing of the feet. Then we talk about Emma's calling, the power of music and we finish by talking about what the church and common consent.

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21

Feb'21

D&C 18 – 19

In this Come Follow Me discussion we talk about how the Lord teaches the fundamentals by stressing the importance of …

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