Abinadi continues preaching to the wicked priests and King Noah, telling them about Christ’s Atonement and how He will save His seed. How do we becomes Christ’s seed…or His heirs?
Although King Noah wants to kill Abinadi, God protects His prophet and Abinadi gives his message. What kind of foundation are we standing on. Will it support us forever…or could it fall out beneath us when we realize it’s not built on truth?
Mosiah sends men to find those that left them three generations ago. Ammon finds Limhi and his people, who are in bondage to the Lamanites. Read about how true deliverance comes about in our lives.
What do beggars and races have in common? In this post, we learn how Benjamin preached that we are all beggars before God…and we are all in a race in this life. If we finish, we will win a prize, but we must not run faster than we are able.
King Benjamin’s people are overwhelmed with humility at the end of his speech and they cry out with one voice for mercy from their God. They ask for two gifts…and they receive them. Read more to see what they prayed for and how they received MORE.
In the beginning of this chapter, Benjamin tells his people the GLAD tidings of their Savior and Redeemer. He ends by telling them HOW to be ready to receive Jesus Christ and showing them WHAT stands in their way.
Benjamin tells his people of a future day when their Savior will come–and WHAT He will do and WHO He is. Knowing these things help us trust in our Savior, who is the ONLY means by which we can be saved.
King Benjamin delves into our Savior’s love that can never be repaid. He also talks about listing to God’s side or the devil’s and how to stay true to that God who truly loves us. Read more…
Do you ever struggle with prayer? Do you ever wonder if your prayers get beyond your bedroom ceiling. Enos gives us a pattern on how to make our prayers mighty…but it involves some spiritual wrestling.
Jacob has a run-in with an anti-Christ, but he stands firm against the bullying because his faith is based on Christ, the rock of our salvation. This faith gives us power to labor diligently in God’s service. And we need to labor diligently, because there are wolves out there working just as diligently to bring us down.