Old Testament Lesson 27: The Influence of Wicked and Righteous Leaders

To encourage class members to develop good leadership qualities so they can influence others to live righteously.

1 Kings 12–14; 2 Chronicles 17; 20

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Additional Resources

Logo pdf**Visual chart showing the Kings of Judah and Israel** © 2009 Mark Barry

Logo pdfLeadership Scriptures (class notes below)


ED96EF25-02CA-4698-8C7C-2502DF057AB0LDS Handbook of Instructions – Book 2 – Section 3: Leadership in the Church of Jesus Christ

04896B06-1EFC-4BB6-9FAC-471EFE8B9142“How I Lead as @ldsbishop: An Interview with Ross Trewhella” (A LDS Bishop from England)

547D8BCA-79F9-496B-ABBC-E04DBED7A07A“Brother Brigham as a Leader”

Logo ensign“Recognizing Righteous Leadership” by Elder Paul E. Koelliker (Of the Seventy) July 2010


Video 1 – Length: 3 minutes 1 second
My extract from Elder Spencer J. Condie’s April 1990 talk “Some Scriptual Lessons on Leadership”. He briefly reviews the governance of the Judges, then the Kings Saul, David, and Solomon; followed by his son King Rehoboam.
Video © 2011 by Intellectual Reserve Inc.


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