In the search for truth, what are you willing to DO to find it? Are you willing to admit you’ve been wrong? Are you willing to sacrifice bad habits and sins? How will you put faith in Jesus Christ into action?
In a world of so many voices, so much misinformation and confusion, how do we find Truth? How can we do better at weeding through all the lies to find God’s unchanging, eternal truths?
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 Moroni urges him to be faithful unto Christ, even though their world is supremely wicked and dark. How can we find light in the midst of darkness?
This chapter wraps up the end of the Jaredite nation, and what a tragic end it is. When we let God prevail in our lives, great things can happen. But when we don’t, like the Jaredites, we will fail.
These last few chapters in Ether are heartbreaking, seeing the results that happened to the Jaredite nation because they would not listen to a prophet. Total anarchy reigns near the end, yet they keep fighting and hating. How can we listen and heed the words of our prophet today, so this same fate doesn’t befall us?
Many more generations of Jaredite history are outlined in this chapter. The thing that stood out to me was what happened when they let God prevail in their lives…and when they didn’t. How can we allow God to prevail in our own lives?
The Jaredite history shows us how the desire to gain power can corrupt a nation and bring about its downfall. Humility is the key to preventing this. This trait starts with each of us, individually. How are we doing?
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.
Moroni is the last Nephite left after the final battle. Even his father has been killed. He gives us a warning for our day. Will we listen and learn from him?