Old Testament Lesson 1: “This Is My Work and My Glory”

OT Lesson 1 “This Is My Work and My Glory”

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Purpose
To help class members understand that (1) we are children of God, (2) we can resist Satan’s temptations, and (3) God’s work and glory is to bring to pass our immortality and eternal life.

Scriptures
Moses 1

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Video

Video 0 – Length: 3 minutes 28 seconds
Thomas S. Monson, prophet of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, gave 223 talks in LDS General Conference during his life. This video was played at the beginning of the lesson and looks at his counsel from his first to last addresses.
Video © 2018 by Deseret News

Video 1 – Length: 5 minutes 46 seconds
The video “The Way to Eternal Life 1: God’s Work and Glory” discusses God’s plan for humans to eventually become divine beings like him. This video has been edited into two parts to play at different points with in the lesson.
Video © 1991 by Intellectual Reserve Inc.

Video 2 – Length: 2 minutes 46 seconds
The video “The Way to Eternal Life 1: God’s Work and Glory” discusses God’s plan for humans to eventually become divine beings like him. This video has been edited into two parts to play at different points with in the lesson.
Video © 1991 by Intellectual Reserve Inc.

 

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