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LDS Scriptures

The LDS accept five basic books of scripture: the Bible, the Book of Mormon, the Doctrine & Covenants and the Pearl of Great Price. The resources below are divided according to each of these books. These resources will help you study and understand these books of scripture.
  1. Bible: New Testament (0)
  2. Bible: Old Testament (0)
  3. Book of Mormon (28)
  4. Doctrine & Covenants (0)
  5. Pearl of Great Price (0)
  6. Scripture Lists by Subject (0)
  7. Scripture Study Resources (15)
  8. Teaching and Learning Resources (0)

What are the LDS Scriptures?
What are the LDS Scriptures, or in other words, what scriptures do members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints use? Find out in this FAQ.

Scriptures: Our Textbooks for Life

 You would not expect to do well in a class if you didn't read the textbook. You cannot expect to do well in life if you don't read the textbooks. The scriptures are our textbooks for living in this earth. We should study them every day.

Basic Guidelines for Gospel Study
Daily scripture study of the gospel itself is important for all members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS/Mormon).

2013 LDS Scripture Edition
An explanation of the new 2013 edition of the scriptures. This is the King James Version with special research and study features designed by the LDS Church (Mormons).

Deep Doctrine and the Mysteries of God
Is it okay to think and talk about issues that aren't taught in church? Find out what your LDS Guide, the LDS scriptures, and Church Leaders have to say.

Top 5 Sites for Quick Answers and Facts About Mormons
Good Information about the LDS (Mormon) Church, is hard to come by. These five sites can supply you with quick facts and information you can rely on.

10 Ways to Study the Word of God
Why should we learn the word of God? Nephi from the Book of Mormon clearly answered this question when he said, "whoso would hearken unto the word of God, and would hold fast unto it, they would never perish; neither could the temptations and the fiery darts of the adversary overpower them unto blindness, to lead th…

Beyond Kindergarten: Right and Wrong
Embracing moral absolutes means you accept truth the way it was, is and the way it will be in the future. Moral relativism means you think truth can change.

Second Principle of the Gospel: Repentance

Yikes! I Need to Confess!
Confessing your sins to all those you have wronged is part of the repentance process. This article details what, who to, and how you should confess.

First Ordinance: Baptism

The Gifts of the Spirit
The Gifts of the Spirit are spiritual gifts, given by Heavenly Father to faithful members of his Church to bless them and to bless others with spiritual power.

Second Ordinance: Gift of the Holy Ghost
The Gift of the Holy Ghost is received after baptism, during confirmation. It is the right to have the constant companionship of the Holy Ghost.

Lineage of Abraham and Israel
These charts are of the lineage of Terah, Abraham's father and the twelve tribes of Israel, the 12 sons of Jacob, and there are different charts to choose from!

The Book of Mormon, Another Testament of Jesus Christ
The Book of Mormon, Another Testament of Jesus Christ, is an account of God's dealings with different groups of people who lived on the American continent. The history recounts how the people left Jerusalem, had prophets called of God, and were visited by Jesus Christ. Find out more about this LDS Scripture.

You Need to Partake of the Sacrament Weekly!
As members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS/Mormon) you need to partake of the Sacrament weekly. And, you must to it worthily.

Why the Sabbath Day is So Important
In the LDS Church (Mormon) members consider Sunday as the day of Sabbath and take measures to keep it holy.

LDS Scripture Reading Charts
There are five bookmarks, one for each main book of scripture, as well as a second Old Testament bookmark of chapters read in the Seminary Program. Use these Scripture Reading Bookmarks to help you keep track of where you're studying by marking off each chapter after you've read it.

How to Bear Your Testimony
Bearing your testimony involves standing at a podium and microphone in Sacrament meetings and telling people what you know to be true.

Truths That Comfort Us When Loved Ones Die
Scripture and quotes from leaders can help us cope with death when we are temporarily separated from our loved ones because of death.

Old Testament Prophets and Patriarchs
This list is of Old Testament Prophets from Adam to Malachi.

Beware of LDS Spiritual Pundits
Spiritual pundits supply soundbite analysis, bulging with opinion and very few facts. They often sway the weak but their assertions cannot survive careful analysis.

What Excommunication Means to Mormons
Excommunication in the LDS (Mormon) Church entails formally revoking a person's membership in the Church, the last step in formal discipline.

Simiple Strategies to Avoid Personal Apostasy
Following some simple strategies can help LDS members avoid apostasy, strengthen our faith and solidify our membership in the true church.

What to do When Your Faith Falters
If you are in a spiritual rut and cannot feel spiritual things, you need to take some basic steps to regain your spirituality and maintain it.

This Game of Life Has Rules
This earth life has a purpose and it has rules that bind us. We discover these rules by studying scriptures and following inspired prophets.

How to Understand and Use the LDS Scripture Citation Index
The LDS Scripture Citation Index allows you to search teachings by going beyond title, author and subject by including scripture as a search tool.

New Testament Bible Prophets
Through latter-day revelation we know that apostles are also prophets, seers, and revelators thus Christ's Apostles are among the prophets included in this list of New Testament Bible prophets.

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