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?
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.
Moroni outlines baptism and our responsibilities afterward. He says that Christ is the author and finisher of our faith. What does that mean exactly?
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.
We learn more about exercising faith muscles in this chapter. If we can grow stronger spiritually, there are great blessings in store for us. Read more to learn what some of these are.
Moroni pleads with us to be more wise than they have been. Learn about the small and simple ways we can do that, so we don’t repeat negative history.
The decades of wars come to a shocking end in this last battle Mormon describes. After a quarter of a million Nephites are slaughtered, only 24 are left to be hunted down. Mormon grieves his people’s end, but says they didn’t have to fall. Jesus stood waiting with open arms to receive them. But they would not turn to Him. How can we better turn to our Savior, to avoid the Nephite calamity?
This chapter will mark the beginning of the final ending for the Nephite nation. The consequences of sin will catch up to them, since they have been unwilling to repent and turn back to God. How can I make sure their ending does not become my ending?