Abinadi still stands in chains before the wicked king who wants to kill him, but with his last breath, he preaches Christ and His merciful plan of hope and redemption. Do I hold onto this hope and choose to follow my Savior? Or do I try to do things my way?
Abinadi continues preaching to the wicked priests and King Noah, telling them about Christ’s Atonement and how He will save His seed. How do we becomes Christ’s seed…or His heirs?
This chapter delves into an eternal law of heaven: the law of opposites. This is an important concept that can help us get through trials by understanding that we must know pain to know joy.
I’ve been thinking a lot about the thorns we each deal with in life. In 2 Corinthians 12:7-10, Paul states that he was given a thorn in the flesh and sought the Lord three times to take it away from him. 7 …there was given to me a thorn in the flesh… 8 For this thing I besought the…