StoryGuide Scriptures: Doctrine and Covenants, Sections 1–40 (New York Period)I am now posting a sample of my current draft of the StoryGuide edition of the Doctrine and Covenants, my custom edition of the scriptures. This PDF sample includes D&C sections 1–40 (i.e., the New York period) and makes for perfect reading during the Come Follow...
Scripture page insert: The family proclamation
A printable version of the Family Proclamation, typeset in scripture-style two-column format with verse numbers and footnotes. Print it two-sided, trim it to size, and paste it into your scriptures, You’ve always wanted to canonize, haven’t you?
Geographical timeline of early Church history
This timeline gives you a simple overview of where the Saints were and what events took place in any given year. It’s especially useful when reading the Doctrine and Covenants, for seeing what events were going on at the time a section was received. It covers the five major migrations of the early Latter-day Saints: New York, Ohio, MIssouri, Illinois, and Utah.
Some handouts for a Doctrine and Covenants overview
Four Doctrine and Covenants Overview Handouts: 1. Helpful titles for sections, 2. a timeline of when the sections were given, 3. a diagram to help you read the it in chronological order, and 4. a chronological checklist to help you keep your personal scripture study goals as you read the D&C in chronological order. Especially useful for seminary or the Sunday school curriculum to help you understand the basic structure of the Doctrine and Covenants.
The Book of Mormon without punctuation
Here is a Microsoft Word document I’ve created with the full text of the Book of Mormon with all the punctuation removed. I’ve done this because it more closely approximates what the original manuscript (and the printer’s manuscript) looked like as Joseph Smith translated the Book of Mormon. While the translation was performed by a prophet based on inspiration, the paragraphing, sentence breaks, and punctuation were performed by a regular, non-LDS, educated man based on ordinary, mundane principles.