To encourage class members to be chaste in thought and action and to repent of their sins.
2 Samuel 11-12; Psalm 51
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Video 1 – Length: 3 minutes 06 seconds
My edited excerpts from the video “To Look Upon” from the LDS Media Library, featuring Elder Dallin H Oaks. The video explains how David sent Joab to lead his army in war, whilst he remained at his palace. One night, he arose and walked upon the roof where he saw a woman washing. He commits sexual sin after sending servants to bring her to him.
Video © 2013 by Intellectual Reserve Inc.
Video 2 – Length: 3 minutes 51 seconds
My edited excerpts from Elder Richard G. Scott’s April 1995 talk “The Laborers in the Vineyard”.
Video © 1995 by Intellectual Reserve Inc.