In the search for truth, what are you willing to DO to find it? Are you willing to admit you’ve been wrong? Are you willing to sacrifice bad habits and sins? How will you put faith in Jesus Christ into action?
In a world of so many voices, so much misinformation and confusion, how do we find Truth? How can we do better at weeding through all the lies to find God’s unchanging, eternal truths?
What I pulled out of these two chapters was to beware of pride, which set us against God, and to be meek, which sets us next to God. What does meekness look like, and how can we obtain more of it in our character?
This chapter has tons of prophesies from Joseph of Egypt that Lehi’s gives to his son, named after him. They are great and powerful and explain a ton about the restoration in the latter-days. Lehi also talks about the message the ancients left for us. What do you think they gave us that would make us most happy?
Most people think that March 17 is important because it’s St. Patrick’s day and you risk getting pinched if you aren’t wearing some visible shade of green. There’s a much more important reason to celebrate though—on March 17, 1842, the “Female Relief Society of Nauvoo” was organized. It’s neat and tidy that March is also…