We now come to the last few verses of the Book of Mormon, where Moroni urges us to come unto Christ. How can we do this in the fullest sense?
Mormon ends his talk by discussing the three pillars of Christlike becoming–faith in Jesus Christ, hope, and charity. How can we become more faithful, hopeful, and charitable?
Mormon urges us to lay hold on every good thing. Every good thing comes from Christ. If we have faith in Him, we can lay hold of every good thing to become more and more like Him.
This chapter wraps up the end of the Jaredite nation, and what a tragic end it is. When we let God prevail in our lives, great things can happen. But when we don’t, like the Jaredites, we will fail.
Ether, the prophet, gives King Coriantumr and his people a warning to repent, so that they aren’t destroyed. Read to see what consequences they reaped from not following their prophet.
In the last post, we focused on faith. In this one, we will explore the power of hope in our lives. Hope brings confidence and happiness we can have in no other way. Learn more about how to make gain a more excellent hope in our Savior.
Ether, the Jaredite prophet, teaches his people about faith. Moroni, as he abridges this record, tells us more about how to make faith an anchor to our soul.
Com and generations after him receive prophetic warnings to repent and mend their wicked ways, so their nation isn’t destroyed. We are given prophet counsel and warnings today by living prophets. Do we heed their words?
Many more generations of Jaredite history are outlined in this chapter. The thing that stood out to me was what happened when they let God prevail in their lives…and when they didn’t. How can we allow God to prevail in our own lives?
We learn more about exercising faith muscles in this chapter. If we can grow stronger spiritually, there are great blessings in store for us. Read more to learn what some of these are.