In the last post, we focused on faith. In this one, we will explore the power of hope in our lives. Hope brings confidence and happiness we can have in no other way. Learn more about how to make gain a more excellent hope in our Savior.
Ether, the Jaredite prophet, teaches his people about faith. Moroni, as he abridges this record, tells us more about how to make faith an anchor to our soul.
The Jaredites begin their journey across the sea, from the old world to the new world. They face mountain waves and fierce winds the whole way. How can we prepare ourselves to face these same tumultuous waves and winds in our lives?
The brother of Jared knows his people will have to cross the great deep to reach the land promised to them. Each of us will have to cross a “great deep” in our lives. Read more to learn how to prepare ourselves to do this.
Moroni abridges the Jaredite history and teaches us lessons. In this chapter, the brother of Jared and his people are told to meet God halfway, so He can be their guide. Are we willing to meet God halfway, even if where he asks us to serve is uncomfortable?
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?
Mormon, even as a boy, was sober, quick to observe, and discerning. These traits helped him stand firm in his faith in Christ in a very wicked society. Read more to learn how to develop these attributes in your own life.
The ancient American people were changed by spending time with Christ, after His resurrection in the old world. Imagine how your life and the world could change if we spent more time with Him each day, through His words and teachings.
Christ tells the people more about how to recognize when the covenant with Israel begins to be fulfilled. We can be part of this fulfillment of prophesy, depending on who we choose to serve and heed.
The Nephites have a season of prosperity and righteousness, Mormon inserts himself into the narrative to talk about the gathering of Israel. How can I be part of this great work in God’s kingdom today?