Taylor and Tyler talk about the importance of receiving personal revelation as they go through the story of Oliver Cowdery and his experiences with the prophet Joseph Smith.
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0:00 Introduction: Historical Setting and timeline
6:33 The translation process: Imagine Oliver Cowdery hearing verses from the Book of Mormon for the first time.
14:29 Oliver has been blessed with a gift from God and counseled to not make it known to many.
15:24 God can use a variety of means and objects to bring about revelation in our personal lives.
17:39 Joseph’s testimony about the revelation process: “The Book of Mormon was translated by the gift and power of God.”
20:45 Oliver Cowdery desires and receives an additional witness that this is the Lord’s work.
38:49 Why priesthood keys and the restored Church are essential to our progression on the covenant path.
51:01 The gifts and revelations of God come through faith in Christ, sincerity of heart, and real intent to do what God asks us to do.
Timestamps courtesy of Tammy Hulse
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