Unnamed Women in the Book of Mormon: Sariah and her Daughters
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by LDS Living
5d ago
The scriptures are filled with stories of women once you start looking for them. In conjunction with our weekly Come, Follow Me podcast, this bonus series will explore accounts of women throughout the standard works, focusing on the Book of Mormon this year. Did you know that the only time the word “sisters” is mentioned in the Book of Mormon is when it refers to Nephi’s sisters? Today, we’ll talk about the sacrifices and faith of the women—named and unnamed—of the first family in the Book of Mormon and what we can learn from their examples. Listen to full weekly episodes of Sunday on Monday w ..read more
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Unnamed Women of the New Testament: Tabitha and the Widows of Joppa
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by LDS Living
3M ago
Mother Teresa said, “Being unwanted, unloved, uncared for, forgotten by everybody, I think that is a much greater hunger, a much greater poverty than the person who has nothing to eat.” Today’s story is about Tabitha, a woman who took Paul’s charge in Acts 6 seriously and served widows who were neglected and marginalized. In this episode, we get to reflect on her story and discover how we, in our own way, can care for those who are unnamed, unwanted, unloved, uncared for, and forgotten. Listen to full weekly episodes of Sunday on Monday with Bookshelf PLUS+ | Start your free trial today See om ..read more
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Unnamed Women of the New Testament: Rhoda
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by LDS Living
4M ago
Have you ever shared something personal only to have someone dismiss or not believe you? Perhaps you tried offering more explanation or information but to no avail. Well, today’s discussion includes the experience of a woman named Rhoda in the New Testament who had a spiritual witness to offer but was not taken seriously by the people around her. Rhoda’s example may have lessons for us all in how to respond in frustrating moments of others’ disbelief. Listen to full weekly episodes of Sunday on Monday with Bookshelf PLUS+ | Start your free trial at deseretbook.com/sundayonmonday See omnystudio ..read more
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Unnamed Women of the New Testament: The Syrophoenician Woman
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by Sunday on Monday Study Group
10M ago
Being offended is a universal experience, but how we react is a very individual matter. In this episode of Sunday on Monday’s bonus series, Unnamed Women in the New Testament, we dive into the story of the Syrophoenician woman. She had every reason to be offended and lash out but instead responded with remarkable humility. Let’s study her example in Matthew 15 and Mark 7 and see if we can’t bring a little more humility—and thereby a little more peace—to our lives. Listen to full weekly episodes of Sunday on Monday with Bookshelf PLUS+ | Start your free trial at deseretbook.com/sundayonmonday S ..read more
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Unnamed Women of the New Testament: Certain Women
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by Sunday on Monday Study Group
11M ago
Linda K. Burton, then Relief Society General President, shared the following quote from Daughters in My Kingdom during general conference: “The New Testament includes accounts of [certain] women, named and unnamed, who exercised faith in Jesus Christ [and in His Atonement], learned and lived His teachings, and testified of His ministry, miracles, and majesty. These women became exemplary disciples and important witnesses in the work of salvation.” In this special episode, we discuss the certain women mentioned in Luke 8:2–3 and how they were certain in their testimonies of Christ and in their ..read more
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Unnamed Women of the New Testament: Mothers in Christ's Lineage
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by Sunday on Monday Study Group
11M ago
The Bible is full of stories about women—sometimes you just need to know where to look. In fact, both named and unnamed women are in the opening verses of the New Testament. This year during our Come, Follow Me study, we'll take time to focus on the stories of these women—stories that aren’t often told. As we discuss their lives and learn from their examples, we'll see just how important women are in the gospel of Jesus Christ both then and now. So let's start our discussion with the book of Matthew and the women who were a part of the lineage of Jesus Christ. Listen to full weekly episodes of ..read more
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Unnamed Women of the Old Testament: Queen of Sheba
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by Sunday on Monday Study Group
11M ago
Have you ever heard someone sarcastically say, “Who do they think they are, the Queen of Sheba?” Although this question is usually used to poke fun of those who flaunt their wealth, after listening to this Unnamed Women episode, you may think of it as a compliment instead. Because while the real Queen of Sheba was indeed wealthy, she was also wise—and in 1 Kings 10:1–13, we learn that her might and wisdom may have also contributed to the grandeur of the Israelite temple. Listen to full weekly episodes of Sunday on Monday with Bookshelf+ | Start your free trial at deseretbook.com/sund ..read more
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Unnamed Women of the Old Testament: Lemuel’s Mother
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by Sunday on Monday Study Group
11M ago
The proverb of a virtuous woman is a famous one, but the woman who sang it—and the woman who it's about—are unnamed. But while we may not know exactly who these women are, they teach us unforgettable lessons of what it means to be truly virtuous. In this special live recording, we'll dig into the profound impact these women have had in our lives by teaching us through their words and examples what it really means to be a virtuous woman today. Listen to full weekly episodes of Sunday on Monday with Bookshelf+ | Start your free trial at deseretbook.com/sundayonmonday For more ..read more
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Bonus: Race and Priesthood in the Old Testament
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by Sunday on Monday Study Group
11M ago
You may have heard the profound quote by Lorenzo Snow, “As man now is, God once was: As God now is, man may be." But you may not have heard BYU professor Dr. Marcus Martins’s thoughts that then “God ... could very well be like me.” Martins believes that “if [God] lived on an earth like ours with the same plan of happiness, then it might not be so far from [the] truth to say that [He] could be Asian, Pacific Islander, African, Hispanic, Māori, or American. We really don’t know, but it is worth considering.” In this special bonus episode of Sunday on Monday, we’ll discover how all have been trul ..read more
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Unnamed Women of the Old Testament: The Weavers
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by Sunday on Monday Study Group
11M ago
Building the tabernacle described in the Old Testament was no easy feat. We read about all those cubits and how there were specifications about everything. Even the people who helped had to be “wise hearted” and willing to give only the best of the best. In this episode of Unnamed Women of the Old Testament, we will tell the stories of the weavers—women who lent their hands and wise hearts to create the veils and priestly garments for the first tabernacle. We’ll also learn how their vital, sacred contributions were echoed by the women who helped build the Nauvoo and Ki ..read more
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