This powerful chapter discusses two seemingly opposing eternal traits of God and how they intertwine to provide salvation for the children of God.
Alma talks to his son, Helaman, and gives him three principles to do to stay converted unto the Lord. How are you doing with these three principles in your own life?
Amulek takes a turn teaching the Zoramites, and he gives them the tools of repentance and prayer to help them nourish and strengthen the seed Alma has taught them to plant in their hearts. Do I use these tools?
This section of Alma 5 gives us a spiritual checklist with which to check how we’re doing spiritually. What is the status of our hearts?
King Benjamin’s people experienced a mighty change, giving them new hearts and a disposition not to do evil anymore, but to do good continually. Have you experienced this mighty change of heart?
What do beggars and races have in common? In this post, we learn how Benjamin preached that we are all beggars before God…and we are all in a race in this life. If we finish, we will win a prize, but we must not run faster than we are able.
Benjamin tells his people of a future day when their Savior will come–and WHAT He will do and WHO He is. Knowing these things help us trust in our Savior, who is the ONLY means by which we can be saved.
This book connects the dots, mainly through Amaleki, the last of 5 authors in this short section that spans over 200 years of Nephite history. Amaleki helps us connect to what is most important, before he delivers up the plates to King Benjamin.
Do you ever struggle with prayer? Do you ever wonder if your prayers get beyond your bedroom ceiling. Enos gives us a pattern on how to make our prayers mighty…but it involves some spiritual wrestling.
This longest chapter in the Book of Mormon teaches some powerful truths that even apply to this crazy COVID-19 virus affected world today. How can we be pruned, digged about, and nourished in our lives? How can we do this for others?