In a world of so many voices, so much misinformation and confusion, how do we find Truth? How can we do better at weeding through all the lies to find God’s unchanging, eternal truths?
We’ve finished the Book of Mormon. Now what? How can you make this book a part of your daily life so you can qualify for the blessings God has promised you?
We now come to the last few verses of the Book of Mormon, where Moroni urges us to come unto Christ. How can we do this in the fullest sense?
In the first part of this chapter, Moroni quotes from his father, Mormon, about how to judge righteously between good and evil.
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?
Ether, the prophet, gives King Coriantumr and his people a warning to repent, so that they aren’t destroyed. Read to see what consequences they reaped from not following their prophet.
Com and generations after him receive prophetic warnings to repent and mend their wicked ways, so their nation isn’t destroyed. We are given prophet counsel and warnings today by living prophets. Do we heed their words?
Many more generations of Jaredite history are outlined in this chapter. The thing that stood out to me was what happened when they let God prevail in their lives…and when they didn’t. How can we allow God to prevail in our own lives?
Jared is a wicked king who leads a coup again his own father, gets overthrown in another coup by his brothers years later, and then seeks to keep power in any way possible. We have men/women like him today, who are desperate to keep power, no matter what they have to do to keep it. We must beware power-seekers and work to keep them in check through government checks and balances.