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.
This letter from Mormon to Moroni urges him to be faithful unto Christ, even though their world is supremely wicked and dark. How can we find light in the midst of darkness?
Mormon urges us to lay hold on every good thing. Every good thing comes from Christ. If we have faith in Him, we can lay hold of every good thing to become more and more like Him.
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.
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.
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’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?
The decades-long war Mormon’s people are in has many ups and downs. When they mourn, he hopes they are experiencing godly sorrow, not worldly sorrow. What is the difference and how can this knowledge help us in our lives?