Nephi had been chief judge of the land–the greatest political leader. Yet, he put aside politics to prophesy of Christ. Do we have our priorities straight today?
Alma talks to Helaman about how important the small and simple things we do are. What small and simple things am I doing in my life to draw closer to God?
In this second half of Amulek’s speech, he talks about the fruits of repentance. Which of these do you already have? Are you seeking the Spirit with you to help you bear good fruit, not bad fruit?
In Chap 20, Lamoni’s father, the main king, is willing to give up half his kingdom for his life when Ammon has him down by the sword. But in this chapter, he is willing to give up ALL he has–his sins, his kingdom, everything–for something else.
Alma reminds the people of the priesthood of God and the saving covenants they once made with Him. There is power in covenant making and keeping. Do I take advantage of this power in my life?
The one certainty in life is change. The Nephites were altering their system of money and laws about every generation. We, too, need to adjust and change for the fluctuating circumstances in our own lives. What kind of changes are we making?
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?
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.
Benjamin is ready to bestow his kingdom on one of his sons, and he wants to give his people a name that can never be blotted out, except through sin. This name of names if a treasure, and he tells his people the secret to finding other buried treasures in the scriptures.
Have you ever considered the power in words. One Word, especially, has the power of salvation held within His name. Read on to discover the power words have in our lives to save or to destroy.