Come Follow Up: D&C 124 Lesson Resources
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“A House Unto My Name”

This week, the Come, Follow Me program of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints takes us to D&C 124.

Explore the topics contained in these sections with the Come Follow Up hosts and prepare for your own great discussions with the resources below! All content included is free to download and share in any noncommercial setting.

Quotes

David A. Bednar - "Meek and Lowly of Heart"

"Meekness is strong, not weak; active, not passive; courageous, not timid; restrained, not excessive; modest, not self-aggrandizing; and gracious, not brash. A meek person is not easily provoked, pretentious, or overbearing and readily acknowledges the accomplishments of others."

"Whereas humility generally denotes dependence upon God and the constant need for His guidance and support, a distinguishing characteristic of meekness is a particular spiritual receptivity to learning both from the Holy Ghost and from people who may seem less capable, experienced, or educated, who may not hold important positions, or who otherwise may not appear to have much to contribute."

Guest Info

Matt McBride, Director of Publication at the Church History Department and coeditor of Revelations in Context and Satins, joins the moderators and studio audience to discuss several topics from the Doctrine and Covenants. They talk about developing meekness and integrity, the restoration of temple ordinances, and accessing priesthood power through temple work.

Images

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About the Illustrator

Ryann Bailey Wawro is an illustrator and concept artist (with a BFA in Animation from Brigham Young University) who is excited to be painting for this show. Says Ryann, "What an incredible opportunity for my job to literally be studying and drawing scripture stories!" You can find more of Ryann's work on Instagram @ryanncanvas and on her website ryannbaileyart.com.

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