Moroni discusses the power of witnesses in this short chapter. How can we become a witness of this book in our lives?
We learn more about exercising faith muscles in this chapter. If we can grow stronger spiritually, there are great blessings in store for us. Read more to learn what some of these are.
The brother of Jared needs light for the barges they will use to cross the sea. He molds rocks to be transparent and asks God to makes them shine. What rocks in my life can I mold and ask God to fill them with light to bless others?
The brother of Jared knows his people will have to cross the great deep to reach the land promised to them. Each of us will have to cross a “great deep” in our lives. Read more to learn how to prepare ourselves to do this.
Moroni abridges the Jaredite history and teaches us lessons. In this chapter, the brother of Jared and his people are told to meet God halfway, so He can be their guide. Are we willing to meet God halfway, even if where he asks us to serve is uncomfortable?
Moroni pleads with us to be more wise than they have been. Learn about the small and simple ways we can do that, so we don’t repeat negative history.
Moroni is the last Nephite left after the final battle. Even his father has been killed. He gives us a warning for our day. Will we listen and learn from him?
Mormon writes down some last words to us in our day, before he is killed. He talks about the importance of this record he has kept, according to the commandments of God. Do we treasure these sacred words he kept safe for us?
The decades of wars come to a shocking end in this last battle Mormon describes. After a quarter of a million Nephites are slaughtered, only 24 are left to be hunted down. Mormon grieves his people’s end, but says they didn’t have to fall. Jesus stood waiting with open arms to receive them. But they would not turn to Him. How can we better turn to our Savior, to avoid the Nephite calamity?
Mormon describes his people as tossed about on a windswept sea, without steering or anchor to save them. But he tells us how not to fall into the same dire spot they did–by repenting.