All the different branches of the Nephites and Mulekites are back together, in one. And they are struck by the immediate goodness of God. Have you felt God’s immediate goodness in your life lately?
These chapters show 2 different groups of people (Limhi’s & Alma’s) and how they handled the trials that came their way. What lessons can you learn from these chapters on how to face your own trials?
Limhi’s people are in bondage to the Lamanites, but it takes them a few hard knocks and lessons before they finally are humbled by degrees. What phase of humility are you in at the moment?
There is lots of shaming and blaming in the world today. But neither of these bring positive results, as you can read about in today’s post.
What makes true men and women? Is it our worldly possessions, popularity, our courage, faith? And what is most important to us? Who would we stay behind for in a life-threatening battle? Who would we be willing to stand beside, even if it meant sacrificing what we desired?
Alma shares Abinadi’s message and baptizes many believers. He tells them how to follow God and how to build unity among themselves. Do I sow seeds of unity or discord in my life?
Abinadi stood boldly for truth, even in the face of impending death. He would not recall his words. That is faith put into action. How can I gain this kind of faith to stand boldly for truth in my own life?