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Bible Study




Each one of us needs a firsthand relationship with the Savior — a primary relationship, not a secondary one. The testimonies that others have of Jesus are powerful and strengthening, but if we rely on them instead of developing our own relationship, we will be spiritually weak. The manuals and the Ensign and other commentaries and sermons and essays are meaningful and perceptive; but if we read only them and don’t study the scriptures for ourselves, we will have only a secondhand relationship with the scriptures. The prayers of others can be uplifting and spiritual, but if we don’t pray our own prayers, we will be distant from the Savior.
-Cheiko Okasaki (Aloha!, pg 83)

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The Book of Psalms
Bible Study: Beginning the Psalms
The Book of Psalms: The Importance of Music
Psalm 1: Delight in the Law of the Lord
Psalm 2: Fighting the Lord is Futile
Psalm 2: Evil Can Only Go So Far 
Psalm 2: The Great High Priest
Psalm 2: God is in Control
Psalm 3: Christ's Grace Brings Confidence
Psalm 4: Hear My Prayer
Psalm 5: Prayer and Joy
Psalm 5: Meditation
Psalm 6: Mercy
Psalm 7: Justice Begets Trust
Psalm 8: The Worth of a Soul
Psalm 8: Under His Feet
Psalm 8: Reverence in the Mouths of Babes 
Psalm 9: Passover Parallels
Psalm 10: Repellent Vices
Psalm 11: Flee Unto My Mountain
Psalm 12: The Double Heart
Psalm 13: Mercy, Justice, and Forgiveness
Psalm 14: Fools
Psalm 14: None That Doeth Good
Psalm 14: Paul on Grace and Works
Psalm 14: Peace in Trial


The Plan of Salvation 
The Plan of Salvation
Premortal Life
Agency
Birth
Made in His Image
Veil of Forgetfulness
The Fall of Adam
Earth Life
Death
The Spirit World
Resurrection
Judgement
Kingdoms of Glory


Other Scripture Topics 
Childbearing in the Old Testament 
Example of the Believers (Part 1)
Example of the Believers (Part 2)
For I am Meek
Nephi and Laban
Should Christians Fight?
The Great Commandment
What Did You Give Up?


Study Techniques
Citation Index Cross-Reference
Color and Sort
Foreign Language Comparison
Scripture Chains
Write It Out




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