In this chapter, Moroni sets forth the ordinance of the sacramental water, that represents the blood of Christ. How can we remember our Savior better by preparing for this ordinance better?
Moroni gives us the sacramental prayers–the bread in this chapter. Do we understand and use this precious covenant with God to draw closer to Him, through His Son Jesus Christ? How could we do better?
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 is all alone, hunted by his enemy. Yet, he still holds onto his faith in Jesus Christ and a brighter hope for the future. How did he do this?
This chapter wraps up the end of the Jaredite nation, and what a tragic end it is. When we let God prevail in our lives, great things can happen. But when we don’t, like the Jaredites, we will fail.
These last few chapters in Ether are heartbreaking, seeing the results that happened to the Jaredite nation because they would not listen to a prophet. Total anarchy reigns near the end, yet they keep fighting and hating. How can we listen and heed the words of our prophet today, so this same fate doesn’t befall us?
Ether, the prophet, gives King Coriantumr and his people a warning to repent, so that they aren’t destroyed. Read to see what consequences they reaped from not following their prophet.
In the last post, we focused on faith. In this one, we will explore the power of hope in our lives. Hope brings confidence and happiness we can have in no other way. Learn more about how to make gain a more excellent hope in our Savior.
Ether, the Jaredite prophet, teaches his people about faith. Moroni, as he abridges this record, tells us more about how to make faith an anchor to our soul.