In the first part of this chapter, Moroni quotes from his father, Mormon, about how to judge righteously between good and evil.
These next few chapters are thrilling. Christ is personally there among the Nephites, after His resurrection, teaching them the points of His gospel. He raises the bar, asking them to be perfect, as He is. How can we do this, without being overwhelmed with failure?
Moroni’s army suffers a grave setback in this chapter, and he becomes angry with the government, assuming they are working against him or are insensitive to his men’s needs. This moves him to righteous indignation. Do we ever get moved to feel such strong emotions against others because we assume (maybe wrongly) that they are insensitive or evil? How can we avoid jumping to wrong conclusions?
We will meet many in life who don’t like us and are our enemies. How we choose to react can bring either bitterness or peace. When we exercise charitable and merciful prayer, we can lift others–even ourselves. Continue reading to discover why.
The taste of forgiveness can be just as sweet as a delicious package
of M & M’s!