In the search for truth, what are you willing to DO to find it? Are you willing to admit you’ve been wrong? Are you willing to sacrifice bad habits and sins? How will you put faith in Jesus Christ into action?
In these few verses, Moroni tells us how to receive a witness of the Book of Mormon for ourselves. He also tells us how to learn the truth of ALL things.
Moroni finishes his record with what seemeth good to him. He exhorts us to do ten different things. Which ones could we do better with doing?
This letter from Mormon to Moroni urges him to be faithful unto Christ, even though their world is supremely wicked and dark. How can we find light in the midst of darkness?
This letter from Mormon to his son Moroni covers several things, from infant baptism, to pride, to faith. What stuck out to me is that faith in Jesus Christ can banish all our fears. Learn more…
Mormon ends his talk by discussing the three pillars of Christlike becoming–faith in Jesus Christ, hope, and charity. How can we become more faithful, hopeful, and charitable?
Mormon urges us to lay hold on every good thing. Every good thing comes from Christ. If we have faith in Him, we can lay hold of every good thing to become more and more like Him.
In the first part of this chapter, Moroni quotes from his father, Mormon, about how to judge righteously between good and evil.
Moroni outlines baptism and our responsibilities afterward. He says that Christ is the author and finisher of our faith. What does that mean exactly?
In this chapter, Moroni sets forth the ordinance of the sacramental water, that represents the blood of Christ. How can we remember our Savior better by preparing for this ordinance better?
Moroni gives us the sacramental prayers–the bread in this chapter. Do we understand and use this precious covenant with God to draw closer to Him, through His Son Jesus Christ? How could we do better?