Helaman leads his 2,000 young, inexperienced warriors into battle against a superior army and triumph, without one casualty. What did they do that led to this miracle?
Moroni shows us several tactics to fight evil in this chapter. One is by being armed within. How do we arm ourselves within to battle the enemy without?
Alma sets the church in Zarahemla in order, which is the way of God. Chaos and disorder are signs of the devil. How can I set my own life in order, so that I can hear God in my life?
Abinadi returns to call the people to repentance again. Although he enters in disguise, he does not hide…but proclaims his name and God’s message boldly. Do we hear and heed the call of our prophet today? Do we act boldly upon what we learn?
Zeniff’s people made many weapons to protect against their enemy. What defensive armor and offensive weapons do you take upon yourself to keep safe from the adversary today?
Mosiah sends men to find those that left them three generations ago. Ammon finds Limhi and his people, who are in bondage to the Lamanites. Read about how true deliverance comes about in our lives.
Benjamin has his people commit to taking upon themselves Christ’s name. How can we do this in our own lives? What can we do to see as Christ sees, do as Christ does, and trust in Christ to be with us every step of this moral experience?
King Benjamin’s people experienced a mighty change, giving them new hearts and a disposition not to do evil anymore, but to do good continually. Have you experienced this mighty change of heart?
What do beggars and races have in common? In this post, we learn how Benjamin preached that we are all beggars before God…and we are all in a race in this life. If we finish, we will win a prize, but we must not run faster than we are able.
King Benjamin’s people are overwhelmed with humility at the end of his speech and they cry out with one voice for mercy from their God. They ask for two gifts…and they receive them. Read more to see what they prayed for and how they received MORE.