136: Take My Yoke Upon You, and Learn of Me (New Testament Lesson 10)

“Take My Yoke upon You, and Learn of Me”

 

Class Member Reading: Matthew 11:28-30; 12:1-13; Luke 7:36-50; 13:10-17

Additional Reading: Isaiah 58:13–14; Matthew 11:16–19; 12:14–50; 26:6–13; Mark 2:23–3:12; 14:3–9; Luke 6:1–11; Doctrine and Covenants 59:9–19.

Scripture Chain: Matthew 11:28–30; Mosiah 24:8–15; Alma 12:33–35; D&C 54:10; D&C 59:23

 

It is human nature to seek ease and comfort, but God and life demand we embrace the difficult and challenging. This lesson explores why we choose difficulty, how we can be comforted, strengthened, and even transformed as we live the gospel fully and follow Christ.

 

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

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

 

Gretta and Matt join the class.

 

Resources

To be added later–see the Lesson Notes

Latest Comments

  1. Janice Zacharias says:

    I was hoping to hear the discussion with Gretta and Matt, but I’m not always tech savvy. Have you posted it and I’m not finding it?

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    • Jared Anderson says:

      It is posted… I updated the file. So you can listen to it from this page or download it again and you will get the full discussion.

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