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?
Have you ever considered the power in words. One Word, especially, has the power of salvation held within His name. Read on to discover the power words have in our lives to save or to destroy.
Jacob gives four simple, yet meaty steps to be reconciled to Jesus Christ in this chapter. Ponder on these to see if you can think of specific ways you can apply one or all of these steps better in your life.
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.
Who are God’s people? Is it just a certain nation or people? Nephi tells us in this chapter who qualifies as God’s people…and it is ANYONE who chooses God over the devil, and repents and turns to Jesus Christ. Who’s side are we on?