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?
Moroni discusses the power of witnesses in this short chapter. How can we become a witness of this book in our lives?
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?
Jesus is very clear and specific about the name of His Church. How can we do better at identifying His church and our commitment to Him with more precision?
Jesus quotes Malachi 4 in this chapter, about Elijah’s return before the great and dreadful day of the Lord’s second coming, to turn hearts of children to their fathers, and vice versa. Read more…
Satan knows us better than we know ourselves sometimes…because he doesn’t have a veil of forgetfulness over him here on earth, like we do. He has an arsenal of tricks to tempt us and lead us away from God to misery. But Nephi debunks most of these and sheds light on Satan’s tools to help us not be overcome.
Joseph Smith has said that God is more “boundless in his mercies and blessings, than we are ready to believe or receive.” How can we prepare ourselves better to believe and receive all that God yearns to give us. This chapter gives a few insights into doing this.
What I pulled out of these two chapters was to beware of pride, which set us against God, and to be meek, which sets us next to God. What does meekness look like, and how can we obtain more of it in our character?