These Isaiah chapters delve into the mountain of the Lord (temples), radiating goodness, and how to become more holy, like our Savior. See if you can find gems of wisdom to delight in, like Nephi did.
Nephi prefaces a large section of Isaiah chapters he will quote with this chapter about delighting in the word of God. How do we delight in the scriptures? What does that look like? Do we rejoice in God’s truths He has restored to the earth?
600 years before Christ was born, an angel told Jacob His name so he could give it to his people…to empower them. Do we realize the gift we have been given in being able to take upon us the name of Christ–a name that holds infinite power to save us and redeem us? What can we do to show our gratitude for this great gift and His grace?
This chapter delves into the scattering and gathering of Israel and also the eventual return of our Savior, Jesus Christ, to reign on the earth. In that day, Satan will have no power…because men will control their own hearts. How will that happen?
Many today mock and scorn us for doing what is right. But God has commanded us to love our enemies, not lash back at them. This post will delve into what it means to yield to love and always remember Christ in our lives.
Lehi’s family had to wade through much affliction, like we do in our lives. Wading suggests work. You can’t skip through a sandy spot of deep water quickly, and we can’t get through trials as quick as we probably would like…but we can be strengthened so we aren’t sucked under the treacherous waves while we wade.
This chapter starts with an If/Then statement. If the Gentiles “hearken unto the Lamb of God in that day that he shall manifest himself unto them in word, and also in power, in very deed, unto the taking away of their stumbling blocks—(1) And harden not their hearts against the Lamb of God, [Then] they…