Jesus spends more time with the people in ancient America. He gives them the sacrament again and teaches the prophesies of Isaiah. He talks about those who know Him, publish peace. Am I publishing peace, or do I sow more seeds of contention?
These two words are so important in coming to Christ. We must remember His words, and then do them. What are some ways I can do this better in my life?
A voice speaks from the heavens, but the people don’t understand it for the first couple times. Not until they look up and open their eyes and ears do they hear the voice of God. How can I better Hear Him today in my own life?
The Nephite nation is poised on a peak of great change. The line which divides them boils down to this: who are they yielding their hearts to? Satan or Christ? This seems like an easy choice to make, but Satan is subtle and tricky in how he gets us to yield to him. How can we protect ourselves from his deceptions?
In a few short years, the Nephites go from prospering with God’s help, to spiraling into vile evil and corruption in their government. How can we stand firmly for Christ in a wicked world?
The Nephites have a season of prosperity and righteousness, Mormon inserts himself into the narrative to talk about the gathering of Israel. How can I be part of this great work in God’s kingdom today?
The Nephite/Lamanite nations wait for their enemy to attack. But they are prepared to outlast them. Their preparations and humility bring them victory in the end. How can I better prepare to face the adversary and win in my own life?
Nephi feels alone. He’s cast down. But he refuses to wallow. He ponders the things of God, and that’s when power comes into his life. How can we access the power of pondering in our own life, to bring us closer to God?
Nephi had been chief judge of the land–the greatest political leader. Yet, he put aside politics to prophesy of Christ. Do we have our priorities straight today?
Nephi and Lehi were brought up to have solid faith in Jesus Christ, to make Him their rock they build upon. What can we do to make Christ the rock of our foundation?