A voice speaks from the heavens, but the people don’t understand it for the first couple times. Not until they look up and open their eyes and ears do they hear the voice of God. How can I better Hear Him today in my own life?
The horrible days of darkness end when Jesus Christ appears to the people, pronouncing that He is the light and life of the world. He gives them a simple way to always access His light. Am I taking advantage of this precious gift He has given me?
There is a great storm and ensuing darkness in the new world, after Christ’s death in the old world. The people mourn and wish they had repented before this great and terrible day. Am I looking to Christ, so I can reflect His light, instead of adding to the darkness and confusion in the world today?
The Nephite believers face a faith crisis. The unbelievers threaten to kill them if the prophet’s sign of a day without a night doesn’t happen by a certain date. Nephi shows us in this chapter how to strengthen faith in Jesus Christ during turbulent, dangerous times.
This chapter focuses on the Messianic prophesies Samuel gives the people. Am I carefully observing so I don’t miss warnings, signs, or invitations from living prophets that will prepare me to stand in front of my Savior someday?
Nephi and Lehi were brought up to have solid faith in Jesus Christ, to make Him their rock they build upon. What can we do to make Christ the rock of our foundation?
This powerful chapter discusses two seemingly opposing eternal traits of God and how they intertwine to provide salvation for the children of God.
Alma teaches Corianton about the law of Restoration, how we will be restored to that which is natural to us and stand before Christ to be judged someday. What is natural to me?
Alma preaches about resurrection truths he has had revealed to him in this chapter. I’ve outlined nine truths about the resurrection. Study them, and answer the question: Am I prepared to stand before God in a resurrected body to be judged of my works in this life?
This begins Alma’s talk to his son, Corianton, who had grievously sinned. Alma’s message to him is to repent…and be saved. There is hope for even the vilest sinner. How do I secure that hope in my own life?