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?
We’ve finished the Book of Mormon. Now what? How can you make this book a part of your daily life so you can qualify for the blessings God has promised you?
In these few verses, Moroni tells us how to receive a witness of the Book of Mormon for ourselves. He also tells us how to learn the truth of ALL things.
The Jaredites deal with a ton of political intrigue for a couple generations. But prophets are sent to them, just as they are sent to us in our day to help guide, warn, and comfort us. Will we listen to our modern day prophet?
In this chapter, we see how quickly the Nephites turn from righteous gratitude to willful turning away from God and His prophets. What can we do to keep from having this quick turn-about in our own lives?
This chapter gives the account of Aaron’s missionary service. He taught a more hardened group of Lamanites and opened up the scriptures to them. But to hear God, we must also open up our minds. Are we willing to open up so we can hear and recognize truth?
Being specific was the theme that touched me in this chapter. Nephi not only prayed for deliverance when he was bound, but he prayed specifically for power to break the ropes that bound him. Do we exercise faith to be specific in our prayers? This chapter also taught about anger and forgiveness. Anger leads to the Dark side, so frankly forgive.
This past weekend, members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, gathered or watched from their homes the 187th semi-annual General Conference in Salt Lake City, Utah. One of the reasons I love being a member of this church is because we have a living prophet (just like Moses, Elijah, or Noah in…
One of the beautiful things about our Church—the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints–is our belief in revelation. The principle of receiving guidance directly from a heavenly source brings me so much peace. Even when trials abound, I still have hope that God is at the helm and will not let me sink. When…
I love the prophet, Joseph Smith. He was and is a great man who God used to restore the truth to the earth after centuries of darkness and confusion. There were other great men named Joseph in ancient history. In 2 Nephi 3 (in the Book of Mormon), Lehi talks to his son named…