Scot and Maurine Proctor are joined by Kerry Muhlestein, an Egyptologist, professor at Brigham Young University and author of many books to discuss this week's chapters. Readers often skip Deuteronomy, but we’ll tell you why it is one of most important books in the Old Testament to understand the covenant.
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In our lesson today, the Children of Israel are in the thick of the wilderness journey, and if hunger and thirst, were not enough to bear, now there are fiery, flying serpents to contend with, and a powerful, spiritual solution which few of the people are willing to do. Why won’t they do this simple thing? John Hilton III joins us for this discussion.
It’s easy to follow the prophet until the prophet gives us guidance that disagrees with our opinion, is inconvenient, or may cause a bit of disruption in our lives. But I have learned that when you take the prophet to be your guide, it is not a menu from which you can select which guidance you will follow and which you will set aside.
“All Things Point us to the Savior’s Atonement,”–Come Follow Me Podcast #19: Exodus 35-40; Leviticus 1
In a world that is steadily growing darker and more tumultuous. The Lord's voice speaks to the tumult and says in Leviticus chapter 19 verse two, “Ye shall be holy, for I the Lord your God am holy.” That's quite a commandment for his Children in a fallen world. We are so delighted this week to welcome another special guest, Brother Tad R. Callister.
As miraculous and important as leaving Egypt was, it did not entirely accomplish God’s purposes for the children of Israel. It was not even future prosperity in the land of promise that was God’s eventual goal for them. He wanted a holy people.
There are two kinds of people: Those who repent, and those who refuse to repent. “What about the righteous? Aren’t they a third kind?” No, to be righteous is to be repentant.
Today we're doing a joint podcast with Dr. Kerry Muhlestein, who also has a wonderful podcast called "The Scriptures are Real." And we are going to continue our fascinating discussion of Exodus.