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 horrible days of darkness end when Jesus Christ appears to the people, pronouncing that He is the light and life of the world. He gives them a simple way to always access His light. Am I taking advantage of this precious gift He has given me?
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 Nephite believers face a faith crisis. The unbelievers threaten to kill them if the prophet’s sign of a day without a night doesn’t happen by a certain date. Nephi shows us in this chapter how to strengthen faith in Jesus Christ during turbulent, dangerous times.
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 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?
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?
In this chapter, Alma finally spells out what the saving word of God is that we must plant in our hearts. It is powerful and life-changing.
This is one of my favorite chapters in the Book of Mormon. I’ve divided it into 2 parts, and in this one, we’ll focus on what we need to do to prepare to hear the word of God.
This chapter is DEEP. The new Christian converts bury their weapons deep in the earth, to show that they will not murder again and stain them. Their faith deepens enough to cast out fear when their enemy attacks them unarmed. How DEEP is my faith in Jesus Christ, and how could I make it deeper?