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A Thought

The time is long overdue for a massive flooding of the earth with the Book of Mormon for the many reasons which the Lord has given. In this age of electronic media and mass distribution of the printed word, God will hold us accountable if we do not now move the Book of Mormon in a monumental way.

- Ezra Taft Benson


Brother Beardall’s Gospel Doctrine Outlines

Lesson 40 - Then Will I Gather Them In - 3 Nephi 16; 3 Nephi 20–21
The Savior teaches the Nephites about the other sheep, the lost ten tribes. He also instructs them regarding the role of the Gentiles in the last days and the building of the New Jerusalem.

Lesson 39 - Behold, My Joy Is Full - 3 Nephi 17–19
After the Lord had been teaching the Nephites, he said that they should go into their homes and ponder and ponder his words. We discuss the importance of pondering the scriptures. The Lord institutes the sacrament among the Nephites and teaches them to watch and pray always in order to avoid the snares of Satan. On the second day, the people gather again. The Lord offers a powerful prayer in behalf of the people.

Lesson 38 - Old Things Are Done Away, and All Things Have Become New - 3 Nephi 12–15
This lesson makes a comparison between the Sermon on the Mount and the Lord's sermon to the Nephites. We review the Beatitudes, along with the Lord's teachings on anger, fidelity, perfection, and building a proper foundation. Jesus taught that the Law was fulfilled in him and no longer necessary, but that the promises and covenants of the Lord continue. We conclude with a discussion on who the Lord referred to when he spoke of his other sheep.

Lesson 37 - Whosoever Will Come, Him Will I Receive - 3 Nephi 8–11
The lesson begins with a review of the great destruction prophesied by Samuel. As darkness encompasses the land for three days, they hear the voice of the Lord. The resurrected Lord appears to the people.  They see and feel his wounds. He teaches them the doctrine of repentance, baptism, and becoming as little children.

Lesson 36 - On the Morrow Come I into the World - 3 Nephi 1–7
The prophesied signs of Christ's birth were given and the believers challenged. The rise of the Gadianton robbers and the people band together to destroy them. A few years later many returned to their pride and great inequalities became commonplace. The destruction of the government and the people band together in tribes for protection.

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