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A Thought

We have the truth to give to the world. We have the plan of life and salvation. We have the gospel of the Lord Jesus Christ, and if we will live our religion, the Lord God Almighty will bless us. . . . Every Latter-day Saint should have a desire, above all other things, that his life should proclaim the truth, and that his life should be a teacher of the truth, not only to the world, but especially to his own family.

- Heber J. Grant

Brother Beardall’s Gospel Doctrine Outlines

Lesson 10 - Take My Yoke upon You, and Learn of Me - Matthew 11:28-30; Matthew 12:1-13; Luke 7:36-50; Luke 13:10-17
Jesus invites us to take his yoke upon us and learn of him. Jesus declares that he is Lord of the Sabbath. Jesus forgives a woman in house of Simon the Pharisee.

Lesson 9 - Seek Ye First the Kingdom of God - Matthew 6-7
Jesus continues his great sermon on the mount. Jesus teaches about alms before men, prayer and fasting, laying up treasures in heaven, serving God, judging others, false prophets, and building a proper foundation.

Lesson 8 - The Sermon on the Mount: A More Excellent Way - Matthew 5
An introduction to the sermon. The Beatitudes. Jesus teaches the people to be the "salt of the earth" and "a light" to the world. He teaches a higher law.

Lesson 7 - He Took Our Infirmities, and Bare Our Sicknesses - Mark 1-2; Mark 4:35-41; Mark 5;
Luke 7:11-17
The lesson begins with a discussion on miracles. Jesus performs many miracles including the casting out of an unclean spirit, healing of a leper, the calming of a storm at sea, and healing a woman with an issue of blood. We conclude with a discussion on miracles and faith.

Lesson 6 - They Straightway Left Their Nets - Luke 4:14-32; Luke 5; Luke 6:12-16; Matthew 10
Jesus returns to Nazareth and teaches the people. He announces that he is the Messiah. Jesus calls his twelve apostles. Jesus ordains and instructs the Twelve Apostles. Receiving the servants of the Lord.

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