To encourage class members to put God first in their lives and to find guidance and comfort in the words of the living prophet and the whisperings of the Holy Ghost.
1 Kings 17–19
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In a world full of noise and many voices, President James E. Faust invites us to listen and to follow the voice of the Spirit, which is calm and quiet and leads to eternal life.
Video © 2010 by Intellectual Reserve Inc.
Video 1 – Length: 51 seconds
My extract from Elder Gordon B. Hinckley’s October 1971 conference talk “If Ye Be Willing and Obedient”. Elder Hinckley explains how he draws strength from Elijah’s response to go and do the work of the Lord.
Video © 2011 by Intellectual Reserve Inc.
Video 2 – Length: 5 minutes 1 second
My edit of the video “Elijah and the Widow of Zarephath” from the LDS Media Library. The video depicts the response from the widow to the prophet Elijah when he requests that she brings him food. After doing so, she is immediately blessed to have a replenished supply of flour and oil.
Video © 2012 by Intellectual Reserve Inc.