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Come, Follow Me
New Testament Lesson 21:
May 27–June 2

Joseph Smith—Matthew 1; Matthew 25; Mark 12–13; Luke 21
“The Son of Man Shall Come”

As you read Joseph Smith—Matthew 1; Matthew 25; Mark 12–13 and Luke 21, you might ask, “What messages do these chapters have for me? for my family? for my calling?”

Joseph Smith—Matthew 1: Jesus foretells the impending destruction of Jerusalem—He also discourses on the Second Coming of the Son of Man, and the destruction of the wicked.

Matthew 25: Jesus gives the parables of the ten virgins, the talents, and the sheep and the goats.

Mark 12: Jesus gives the parable of the wicked husbandmen—He speaks of paying taxes, celestial marriage, the two great commandments, the divine sonship of Christ, and the widow’s mites.

Mark 13: Jesus tells of the calamities and signs preceding the Second Coming—There will be false Christs and false prophets—He gives the parable of the fig tree.

Luke 21: Jesus foretells the destruction of the temple and of Jerusalem—He tells of the signs to precede His Second Coming and gives the parable of the fig tree.

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