Anywho, I didn't understand enough of it to try to summarize our lesson for you guys, but I would like to tell you about a few things that happened right at the end of class :)
As we were discussing the confusing-ness, someone commented that we are not required to understand the timeline of the resurrection in order to reach celestial glory. It'll happen whether we know what is going to happen or not :) I really like that point. While we would all like to know exactly what is going to happen and exactly when it'll happen, it's not necessary for our salvation. So I vote we not worry too much about it, and spend more time and energy being the best disciples of Christ we can possibly be!
Right at the very end, Sarah was asked to pick someone to say the closing prayer. A month or so ago, Sarah had given me the choice to say the closing prayer and I freaked out and said no. After church that day, I was texting her and we decided that I would have to say it eventually, so I told her to make me do it next time. Well, she remembered... :) so I said the prayer for the very first time today! And I didn't die! And it was super short! But I'm glad I did it! :)
PS Now you can follow me on Twitter! :D so you should go do that! @HopeAlwaysPrayC