114.1: Thou Hast Done Wonderful Things; OT Lesson 37 (Core)

“Thou Hast Done Wonderful Things”


Class Member Reading: Isaiah 22; 24; 25; 26; 28; 29; 30; 32:1-2; 1 Corinthians 15:20-22; Alma 11:43-44; Moroni 10:27; D&C 4:1; D&C 6:1; D&C 138:12-16, 50; Joseph Smith–History 1:18-19, 63-65

Additional Reading: Isaiah 7, 9

Other Reading: None


These Isaiah chapters are challenging, but full of gems about the nature of God. This episode explores gratitude, miracles, and the wonderful things done by both divine beings and fellow humans beings. This portion of the episode covers:

  • Gratitude and emulation
  • Review of the Reading
  • What has Christ done for us?
  • What has God done for us?
  • How have others brought us closer to God?
  • How do we follow the examples of these heroes and mentors?

Jody and Carl provide a rich, wide ranging discussion.


You can access the Annotated Reading here (or PDF).

You can access the Lesson Notes here (or PDF).



The God that Doest Wonders, President Howard Hunter

The Ministry of Angels, Elder Jeffrey Holland

Waiting on the Road to Damascus, President Dieter Uchtdorf

Letters to a Young Mormon, Adam Miller

Standing Apart: Mormon Historical Consciousness and the Concept of Apostasy



Thanks to James Estrada for audio post-production and as always, Steven Nelson for the bumper music!

Latest Comments

  1. Cindy says:

    Thank-you for that awesome lesson. I do not get to attend Sunday School in my Ward much. My husband has cancer and I am caring for him 24/7, so this podcast really has been a great help to me in keeping up with Sunday School.
    I love the different approach you bring to the podcast and for discussing issues we sometimes stumble over. You are so right, it’s all in the way we look at things and finding how we personally can use
    our gifts from God to serve and love others.


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