Christ tells the people they should be aware of their motives for doing good things and figure out where their priorities lay. Do I do good things for good reasons? Who or what is my main priority? Is my love for God motivate me, or something else?
Though Helaman’s army is outnumbered, they stand firm against their enemy because of the heavenly assurances they have received, which give them courage and confidence to not fear. How can we gain heavenly assurances to help us in our spiritual battle?
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?
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.
Nephi outlines the plan of salvation in this chapter and desires to know the truth about what his father revealed to them. He wanted a personal witness, and he gets it. Do we desire to know, and then work to seek our own revelation from God in our lives?
Here’s a guest post by Rebecca Belliston. She’s a wife, mother, writer, and awesome friend. Enjoy her words of wisdom. ************** If you were a body part, which would you be? No, seriously. Think for a moment and decide. Maybe you would be the: Mouth because you like to talk Foot because you like to…
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 last month has been busy for me as I have had to pack up my house in Idaho and moved with my family to Utah. Actually, it’s been more than busy…it’s been exhausting. Moving states is plain hard work. This experience has made certain parts of the Book of Mormon become more meaningful to…
Read a few thoughts from a member of the church from Ghent, Belgium.
Just as a caterpillar can transform into a butterfly, so we, through the grace of our Savior, Jesus Christ, can be transformed into new men and women. The LDS 12 Steps to Addiction Recovery Program shows us how to do this (no matter whether our lives are way messed up or seemingly normal). We all have need of Christ in our lives. Read more to learn about Steps 7-8: Humility and Forgiveness.