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Old Testament

Lesson 29
“He Took Up…the Mantle of Elijah”
By Philip Allred

The prospect of having to “replace” such a prophet as Elijah understandably distressed Elisha.

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Most Current Articles in Old Testament

Lesson 28
“After the Fire a Still Small Voice”

The Lord intends everything in the Old Testament to bring us to Christ. As our goal in life is to “come unto Christ and be perfected in him," the Old Testament becomes a precious and invaluable guidebook.

By Breck England
Lesson 27
“The Influence of Wicked and Righteous Leaders”

There are at least three people you need to get to know in order to understand this week’s lesson. It won’t take long. It will be interesting. It will help you understand the material.

By Scot Facer Proctor
Lesson 26
“King Solomon: Man of Wisdom, Man of Foolishness”

Solomon, third king of all Israel, is most notable for raising the temple at Jerusalem, that great monument to the Atonement of the Savior.

By Breck England
Lesson 25
“Let Every Thing That Hath Breath Praise the Lord”

The Hebrew saints of millenniums past articulated much of their appreciation for Jehovah through psalms—so called in the Greek Septuagint.

By Philip Allred
Lesson 24
"Create in Me a Clean Heart"

The fall of King David is one of the saddest stories in all the scriptures. Yet, it is instructive for what it teaches regarding enduring to the end.

By Bruce Satterfield
Lesson 23
“The Lord Be Between Thee and Me For Ever"

The real friendships among men are so rare that when they occur they are famous.

Old Testament Lesson 22
“The Lord Looketh on the Heart”

The stories of the kings Saul and David have particular significance to Latter-day Saints. Both men were anointed as rulers in the House of Israel, which applies equally to all those who obtain the ordinances of the temple.

By Breck England
Lesson 21
“God Will Honor Those Who Honor Him”

As Latter-day Saints we recognize the weaknesses inherent in the people who are called to serve (especially ourselves!), but we also know the God in whom we trust.

By Philip Allred
All the City… Doth Know That Thou Art a Virtuous Woman

The Book of Ruth must be viewed as a story that typifies two principle doctrinal concepts: first, the scattering and gathering of Israel; and second, the atonement of Jesus Christ.

By Bruce Satterfield