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D&C Lesson 38: "In Mine Own Way"

by Ted L. Gibbons | Sunday School

INTRODUCTION:  Our prophets have always taught us to be self-reliant—and to assist those in need—to le...

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D&C Lesson 37: "We Thank Thee, O God, for a Prophet"

by Ted L. Gibbons | Sunday School

Introduction: Over the past 50 years, it has been a great joy for me to listen to the words of the Lord’s s...

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D&C Lesson 36: "The Desert Shall Rejoice and Blossom as the Rose"

by Ted L. Gibbons | Sunday School

INTRODUCTION: Neighbors who lived near my home in a small Arizona town suffered the misfortune of having th...

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D&C Lesson 35: "A Mission of Saving"

by Ted L. Gibbons | Sunday School

INTRODUCTION: Cain’s query of the Lord has echoed down the corridors of time: “Am I my brother’s keeper?” (...

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D&C Lesson 34: "Faith in Every Footstep"

by Ted L. Gibbons | Sunday School

INTRODUCTION My own home is large and lovely, with a wrought iron fence and roses and fruit trees and a gar...

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D&C Lesson 33: "President Brigham Young Leads the Saints"

by Ted L. Gibbons | Sunday School

In an August meeting held to resolve the matter of succession, the Lord placed the stamp of his approval on...

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D&C Lesson 32: "To Seal the Testimony"

by Ted L. Gibbons | Sunday School

INTRODUCTION: Consider the following people: John the Baptist, 1000+ Anti-Nephi-Lehies, Abinadi, and Joseph...

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D&C Lesson 31: "Sealed for Time and for All Eternity"

by Ted L. Gibbons | Sunday School

INTRODUCTION: Talk about an extended warranty! When I bought my printer from Office Max, I also purchased a...

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D&C Lesson 30: "The Prisoners Shall Go Free"

by Ted L. Gibbons | Sunday School

INTRODUCTION: Joseph Smith, speaking of the work of redemption for the dead called it the “most glorious of...

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D&C Lesson 29: Building the Kingdom of God in Nauvoo, Illinois

by Ted L. Gibbons | Sunday School

INTRODUCTION: For a time, beautiful Nauvoo was a heavenly gift for the Saints. In addition, the Illinoisans...