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Iron Rod 113 - D&C 24-25
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The Lord introduces the commandment for preachers of his gospel to go without purse or scrip. He also explains how the song of the righteous is prayer unto the Lord, even when performed using trumpets and cymbals.

D&C 1:19-20

Alma 37:12, 37

D&C 84:85-92

D&C 10:5-6

3 Nephi 27:10-11

Luke 9:1-6

Mark 6:7-13

Luke 10:4-11

Isaiah 5:7

D&C 101:44

D&C 95:4

D&C 11:30

Romans 8:14

D&C 39:4-6

D&C 42:48-52

2 Nephi 27:5

Psalm 98:4-6

Psalm 150

2 Chronicles 5:11

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One comment on “Iron Rod 113 – D&C 24-25

  1. Dallas Jan 31, 2021

    Hey guys, great discussion as always.
    In regards to the instruments allowed to be used in Sacrament meeting, as a former trumpet player myself, I believe that a brass instrument can be very worshipful. With that said, I have always assumed that the reason the brethren would not allow brass instruments or percussion to be used in Sacrament meeting was because of 1 Corinthians 13:1 “Though I speak with the tongues of men and of angels, and have not charity, I am become as sounding brass, or a tinkling cymbal.” However, it would seem that all of the other scriptural references you made would easily outweigh that one.
    I too have been present as a visitor in congregations of other denominations and have been amazed at how uninhibited they are at praising God in a loud and joyful way. It has made me feel a little embarrassed that we, through our traditions, are inhibited from being able to do the same thing.
    These days, I do most of my worshiping at home and it is hard to leave 59 years of training behind that I had received every week at church. I can see that it’s time to liven things up and really praise the Lord. I don’t have my old trumpet anymore but I may have to go find another one and get the old lips back in shape.