In these verses, Moroni lists out some spiritual gifts God can give us and urges us to seek after ALL that is good, which comes from Christ. How can I gain more spiritual gifts in my life?
In these few verses, Moroni tells us how to receive a witness of the Book of Mormon for ourselves. He also tells us how to learn the truth of ALL things.
Moroni outlines baptism and our responsibilities afterward. He says that Christ is the author and finisher of our faith. What does that mean exactly?
Mormon’s people are still spiraling into a wicked hole, but God still reaches out to them in mercy, giving them another chance to repent. But we must learn to remember, in order to see God’s hand in our life and not become hardened, as Mormon’s people did here. How can we do that better?
Mormon, even as a boy, was sober, quick to observe, and discerning. These traits helped him stand firm in his faith in Christ in a very wicked society. Read more to learn how to develop these attributes in your own life.
After hearing from Jesus, the people spend all night finding and telling everyone they can that He will teach them again at the temple tomorrow. They shared the good news, because they understood in their hearts that this was the most important thing ever. Do I understand Christ’s message good enough to want to share it? How can I do better?
How do we become reconciled to Christ? This post delves into some of the definitions of reconcile and helps us understand better how to deepen our relationship with our Savior.
Love is key in returning to our God. This chapter delves into what it means to sell ourselves for naught and the dangers of pride. We need to look at our motives for doing things. Are our motives pure or are we trying to please the world more than God?
One theme that stands out to me in these Isaiah chapters is Second Chances. God doesn’t hold grudges. He is always reaching His hand out to save us…if we turn to Him in repentance. There is lots to delight in with these chapters. See what you can find.
Bad things happen in this chapter to Lehi’s family. They almost starve, Ishmael dies, and there is a great division in the family. Bad things happen in our lives as well. We’ll explore the power of one person to make a different around them (for good or for bad) in this post.