307.2: Messengers of Peace and Wellness (OT Gospel Doctrine Lesson 39, Sunday School)

“How Beautiful upon the Mountains”

Past episodes have covered the Atonement and suffering, so this lesson specifically explores the ways our suffering can be redemptive. This section of the podcast covers:

  • Understandings of the Atonement
  • Review of the reading
  • Distinguishing types of pain
  • Causes of suffering
  • When is suffering redemptive?
  • Redemption and Atonement in our lives
  • Balancing individual well-being and caring for others

Class Member Reading: Isaiah 50; 51; 52; 53; Matthew 26:39; Philippians 2:8; Hebrews 2:16-18; Hebrews 4:15; 1 Nephi 19:9; Mosiah 15:10-13; Mosiah 16:9; Alma 7:11-13; Alma 34:10

Additional Reading: Mosiah 14; 15

Other Reading: None

Rebecca and Jason discuss this important topic.

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

You can access the Lesson Notes here (or PDF)

 

Resources 

Related past episodes

005: Book of Mormon Lesson 28: Alma 32-35

028: Doctrine & Covenants Lesson 2: Jesus Christ

056: Trials, Failure, and Purpose. D&C and Church History 27

057: Suffering; D&C and Church History 28

Carlfred Broderick’s answer to why children suffer, Ensign 1986

The Purifying Power of Gethsemane, Elder McConkie

Theologizing in the Presence of Burning Children: From Theodicy to Lament, Jacob Baker

The Uses of Suffering, Sandra Strange, Ensign 1987

Your Sorrow Shall be Turned to Joy; Elder Robert Hales

That They Might Know Thee, Elder Keith Edwards

 

Thanks to James Estrada for postproduction and to Steven Nelson for the bumper music!

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