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Come, Follow Me
Doctrine and Covenants Lesson 43:
October 18–24

“O God, Where Art Thou?”
Doctrine and Covenants 121–123

Your experience studying the scriptures will be richer if your goal is to uncover truth. Begin with a prayer, listen to the Spirit, and record your impressions.

D&C 121: Prayer and prophecies written by Joseph Smith the Prophet in an epistle to the Church while he was a prisoner in the jail at Liberty, Missouri, dated March 20, 1839. The Prophet and several companions had been months in prison. Their petitions and appeals directed to the executive officers and the judiciary had failed to bring them relief.

D&C 122: The word of the Lord to Joseph Smith the Prophet, while a prisoner in the jail at Liberty, Missouri. This section is an excerpt from an epistle to the Church dated March 20, 1839 (see the heading to section 121).

D&C 123: Duty of the Saints in relation to their persecutors, as written by Joseph Smith the Prophet while a prisoner in the jail at Liberty, Missouri. This section is an excerpt from an epistle to the Church dated March 20, 1839 (see the heading to section 121).

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  •   Come, Follow Me Week 43 – Doctrine and Covenants 121-123, FAIR
  •   Section 121, Harper, Steven C. – D&C Contexts (Book of Mormon Central Archive)
  •   Section 122, Harper, Steven C. – D&C Contexts (Book of Mormon Central Archive)
  •   Section 123, Harper, Steven C. – D&C Contexts (Book of Mormon Central Archive)
  •   Why Were the Saints Driven from Missouri in the Fall of 1838?, Book of Mormon Central KnoWhy #620
  •   Come Follow Me with Casey Paul Griffiths (Doctrine and Covenants 121-123, October 18-24), Book of Mormon Central
  •   Come Follow Me Insights (Doctrine and Covenants 121-123, Oct 18-24), Book of Mormon Central
  •   Come Follow Me: Act in Doctrine (Doctrine and Covenants 121-123, October 18-24), Book of Mormon Central
  •   Why Did Joseph Write His Famous Letter from Liberty Jail?, Book of Mormon Central KnoWhy #621
  •   Come Follow Me with Taylor Halverson (Doctrine and Covenants 121-123, October 18-24), Book of Mormon Central
  •   Come Follow Me with John Hilton III (Doctrine and Covenants 121-123, October 18-24), Book of Mormon Central
  •   Myths and Facts about Liberty Jail – Interview with Alex Baugh, Doctrine & Covenants Central
  •   Doctrine & Covenants 121, Doctrine & Covenants Central
  •   Doctrine & Covenants 122, Doctrine & Covenants Central
  •   Doctrine & Covenants 123, Doctrine & Covenants Central
  •   Hard Questions in Church History with Lynne Hilton Wilson: Week 43 (D&C 121-123, Oct 18-24), Doctrine & Covenants Central
  •   Stunning 3D Recreation of Liberty Jail, Doctrine & Covenants Central
  •   Myths and Facts about Liberty Jail – Interview with Alex Baugh, Doctrine & Covenants Central
  •   We Explored Liberty Jail and Created a 3D Model!, Doctrine & Covenants Central
  •   Joseph Smith’s FULL letter written while in Liberty Jail – featuring John W. Welch, Doctrine & Covenants Central
  •   Come Follow Me Doctrine and Covenants 121-123 (Oct. 18-24) Don’t Miss This, Don’t Miss This
  •   Come Follow Me – Doctrine and Covenants 121-123: “Peace Be unto Thy Soul”, Unshaken
  •   Come, Follow Me Podcast #43: “O God, Where Art Thou?”, Doctrine and Covenants 121-123, Meridian Magazine
  •   Come, Follow Me for Sunday School: “O God, Where Art Thou?”, Doctrine and Covenants 121-123, Meridian Magazine
  •   October 18–24, 2021 Come, Follow Me Songs, Music for Latter-day Life
  •   Doctrine and Covenants 121 to 123 – “O God, Where Art Thou?”, BYU Studies
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