STUDY GUIDE D&C 325
Below are listed some of the specific concepts, scriptures, etc. that need to be
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Study the handout “Doctrine and Covenants Course Objectives and
Requirements and review the philosophy of the class
principles through 1. D&C, journal, class attendance, scripture study,
make comments in scriptures.
, the class objectives-1.
emotional, and spiritual price to gain spiritual knowledge, 2. Increase
capacity to receive revelation through H.G., 3.build and strengthen
testimony by studying, understanding, and applying pirincipes in D.C.
and how to achieve course objectives
- 1. Study D&C, student manual, and
handouts, 2. Write journal 3. Attend and actively participate in class 4.
Use tests as study session 5. test correction process to increase learning
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2. Elder Neal A. Maxwell’s article “The Doctrine and Covenants - The
Voice of the Lord”.
3. “Feast Upon the Words of Christ” by Jerry Perkins
4. “Compilation of the Doctrine and Covenants” by Larry E. Dahl
5. President Joseph Fielding Smith’s statement from your Student
“From Revelation to Publication: How the Saints Got the
Doctrine and Covenants” from your student manual
7. Elder Richard G. Scott’s article “Acquiring Spiritual Knowledge”.
D&C 71; 73; 77
1. The history of D&C 71: names, situation, Lord’s promises, results.
What was our decision regarding what the commandments and revelations
that were to come?
2. D&C 71:1, 5, 6
-1. Read Scriptures 2. Understand by Spirit 3
receive the teachings into my life 4. Receive more abundantly-increased Spirit
and power 5. Repeat 1-4 over
3. General Authority statements on the power of studying the
ETBenson- 1.search diligently, feast upon words of Christ, learn
the doctrine, master the principles.
What the scriptures say about studying the
- meditate, feast, lay hold, search, ponder, study, treasure up
4. Definition of mysteries, portion, and factors that increase portion.
5. The interrelationship between scripture and revelation.
Taft Benson and Elder Dallin Oaks comments regarding this
- that canon
(rev./scrip.) is open, continuining revelation, scriptures have multiple