Ep 36 | 2 Nephi 6-10, Come Follow Me 2020 (Feb 10-Feb 16)
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In this podcast we see how Jacob taught his people about the Savior in the context of the Fall Festival, with temple related themes associated with Kingship, gathering, and the eventual victory over the greatest enemy of all: death. Bryce really breaks down some great application for modern readers, helping us see how Jacob’s words have relevance in our lives, especially when we face the loss of a loved one. Mike gets into some of the symbolism of Isaiah in 2 Nephi 7-8. The ways of life and death are discussed. For more detail on the Fall Festival, listen to episode 34. For more detail on the text of 2 Nephi 10.3 where Jacob identifies the name “Christ” for the first time, go here. To read John Thompson’s paper on Jacob’s speech in 2 Nephi 6-10 and how it relates to the Autumn Festival, go here. On the personification of Death and Hell in 2 Nephi 9, go here. To access the chart “The Ways of Life and Death” relating to Jacob’s sermon in 2 Nephi 9, go here. For the slides that have much of what we discussed in the podcast, go here.

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