In these battle chapters of Alma, we can glean many tactics to use in our own fight against evil. Captain Moroni wants to end the conflict, but he refuses to compromise with evil. How can we do this in our own lives?
In the second part of this chapter, we see how Captain Moroni prepares his people to defend themselves against their enemies, who are coming to battle against them. We are also in a spiritual battle for our souls. We can learn lots from Moroni on how to prepare to fight for righteousness today.
In this chapter, it talks about a wicked man named Zerahemnah, who was determined to preserve hatred for the Nephites and destroy them. Do we preserve hatred or love in our lives? Do our actions uplift or tear down others?
This powerful chapter discusses two seemingly opposing eternal traits of God and how they intertwine to provide salvation for the children of God.
Alma teaches Corianton about the law of Restoration, how we will be restored to that which is natural to us and stand before Christ to be judged someday. What is natural to me?
Alma preaches about resurrection truths he has had revealed to him in this chapter. I’ve outlined nine truths about the resurrection. Study them, and answer the question: Am I prepared to stand before God in a resurrected body to be judged of my works in this life?
This begins Alma’s talk to his son, Corianton, who had grievously sinned. Alma’s message to him is to repent…and be saved. There is hope for even the vilest sinner. How do I secure that hope in my own life?
Alma counsels his son Shiblon to endure to the end in keeping God’s commandments and to always bridle his passions and be temperate in all things. What does it mean to bridle our passions?
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?
Alma gives his oldest son Helaman charge of the spiritual record, and tells him why this eternal treasure is so valuable to not only them, but to future generations–us! How do I treat this treasure from God in my life?