Moroni outlines how ordained elders who hold the priesthood of God can ordain others to be priests and teachers in Christ’s Church. The Holy Ghost is vital to these priesthood ordinances.
Moroni writes down words that Christ gave His apostles during the time He visited the Nephites right after His Resurrection. These words should motivate us not to take the gift of the Holy Ghost for granted in our lives.
Moroni discusses the power of witnesses in this short chapter. How can we become a witness of this book in our lives?
Jesus asked His apostles what it was that they desired of Him. Have you ever wondered what you would answer Him, if He asked the same of you? What are our desires…really?
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…
Alma reminds the people of the priesthood of God and the saving covenants they once made with Him. There is power in covenant making and keeping. Do I take advantage of this power in my life?
Have you ever considered the power in words. One Word, especially, has the power of salvation held within His name. Read on to discover the power words have in our lives to save or to destroy.
Nephi plainly outlines the doctrine of Christ in this beautiful chapter: faith in Him, repentance, baptism by immersion by one who holds priesthood authority, and receiving the gift of the Holy Ghost to guide us back to the Father and the Son. This path back to God is strait, not necessarily straight. Find out what that means.
Temples are houses of the Lord, and we believe they are places where we can make covenants with God and be sealed for eternity to our families. Read about my red-letter day and why the temple is so important.