Guía de estudio de la historia de la Iglesia, parte 1: 1805-1832

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Guía de estudio de la historia de la Iglesia, parte 1: 1805-1832

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Guía de estudio de la historia de la Iglesia, parte 1: 1805-1832. Este volumen es el primero de tres sobre Historia de la Iglesia y Doctrina y Convenios. Cubre la historia de la Iglesia y las revelaciones en Doctrina y Convenios desde el nacimiento de José Smith en 1805 hasta los comienzos de los períodos de Kirtland y Missouri. Aprendemos acerca de la Primera Visión, la aparición del Libro de Mormón, la restauración del sacerdocio y muchas revelaciones tempranas dadas a miembros individuales de la Iglesia.

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Guía de estudio de la historia de la Iglesia, parte 1: 1805-1832. Este volumen es el primero de tres sobre Historia de la Iglesia y Doctrina y Convenios. Cubre la historia de la Iglesia y las revelaciones en Doctrina y Convenios desde el nacimiento de José Smith en 1805 hasta los comienzos de los períodos de Kirtland y Missouri. Aprendemos acerca de la Primera Visión, la aparición del Libro de Mormón, la restauración del sacerdocio y muchas revelaciones tempranas dadas a miembros individuales de la Iglesia. Estudiamos la organización de la Iglesia en 1830 y la migración de los santos a Kirtland, Ohio, donde se da la ley y el orden de la Iglesia, comienza la ley de la consagración y se manifiestan los dones espirituales. También leemos acerca de los primeros acontecimientos en Missouri, donde la tierra de Sión está dedicada a la reunión de los Santos. En total, cubre 27 años de Historia de la Iglesia, y abarca las secciones 1-99 de Doctrina y Convenios y la Historia de José Smith en la Perla de Gran Precio. La portada presenta “Joven José”, una pintura del profeta José Smith reflexionando en la Arboleda Sagrada, de Walter Rane.

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Cap.N° Título del Capítulo Escritura asociada

1. Prefacio a la Dispensación Final (1805–1820) D. y C. 1
2. La Doctrina y Convenios testifica de Jesucristo (Temático) D. y C. 6; 19; 29; 38; 43; 45; 50; 76; 9 ;.133; 136

SECCIÓN I: EL PERÍODO DE NUEVA INGLATERRA Y NUEVA YORK

3. Primera Visión de José Smith (1820) Historia de JS–1–25
4. La salida a luz del Libro de Mormón (1820–1830) Historia de JS 26–68; D. y C. 2–3; 5; 10; 17
5. El Espíritu de Revelación (1827–1830) Historia de JS 69–75; D. y C. 6–9; 13; 17
6. Los principios de la Revelación (Tópico) D. y C. 6; 9; 11; 29; 43; 50; 60–62; 88; 98; 109
7. Los Primeros Principios y Ordenanzas del Evangelio (Tópico) D. y C. 8; 11; 14; 18–20; 22; 27; 29; 31; 35; 39;
42; 45; 58; 63; 68; 75; 84; 88
8. La restauración del sacerdocio (1829–1830) JS–Historia 69–75; D. y C. 13
9. La Iglesia de Jesucristo está Organizada (1830) D. y C. 19–24; 26–28
10. Revelaciones—Individuales, Orgullo y alegría (Tópica) D. y C. 23; 25; 29; 38; 61; 68; 78; 90; 98; 136
11. Revelaciones—Individuales de Mujeres, Misiones y Nuevos Conversos (1829–1830) D. y C. 4; 11–12; 14–16; 18; 30–36

SECCIÓN II: EL PERIODO DE KIRTLAND Y MISURI

12. Reunión de Ohio y Misuri (Sion) (1831) D. y C. 37–45; 29
13. La Ley y el Orden de la Iglesia (1831–1832) D. y C. 41–59; 66–68
14. La Ley de la Consagración (1832) D. y C. 82–83; 104
15. Se manifiestan los Dones del Espíritu (1830–1832) D. y C. 42; 46–50
16. Mantener el Día Sábado (de Reposo) (1831) D. y C. 59

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