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D&C Lesson 32: To Seal the Testimony

by Ted L. Gibbons | Sunday School

Introduction Consider the following names: John the Baptist; 1000 Anti-Nephi-Lehies; Abinadi; Joseph Smith....

D&C Lesson 31: Sealed For Time and For All Eternity

by Ted L. Gibbons | Sunday School

Introduction Talk about an extended warranty! When we pay the price to have a marriage performed in the tem...

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 that work the "...most gl...

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

by Ted L. Gibbons | Sunday School

Introduction There are few places on the planet that attract me like Hancock County, Illinois. I have visit...

D&C Lesson 28: ''Oh God, Where Art Thou?''

by Ted Gibbons | Sunday School

Introduction On June 2nd I was in the jail at Carthage, Illinois. I had my picture taken next to the statue...

D&C Lesson 27: ''They Must Needs Be Chastened and Tried, Even as Abraham''

by Ted L. Gibbons | Sunday School

Introduction Zion is a place, but it is much more than that. The truth is that Zion is a place only because...

D&C Lesson 26: 'Go Ye into All the World and Preach My Gospel'

by Ted Gibbons | Sunday School

Introduction The phrase "every member a missionary" became common during the administration of President Da...

D&C Lesson 24: 'Be Not Deceived, but Continue in Steadfastness'

by Ted Gibbons | Sunday School

Introduction Consider the following phrases: "A cup of milk" "A mis-spelled name" "No available seating at ...

D&C Lesson 23: 'Seek Learning by Study and Also by Faith'

by Ted L. Gibbons | Sunday School

Introduction On December 27, 1833 , Joseph Smith received the revelation now incorporated in the D&C as...

D&C Lesson 21: 'Looking Forth for the Great Day of the Lord to Come'

by Ted Gibbons | Sunday School

INTRODUCTION: A Chicago editor bragged that he could edit the entire New Testament into one paragraph. This...