For this week’s Come, Follow Me lesson, BYU Professors Tyler Griffin and Taylor Halverson offer some amazing insights into the story of Enos, the internal geography of the Book of Mormon, and the plates.
A CES Book of Mormon film on Jacob 5 shows Seminary youth caring for trees and teaches the chapter’s symbolism.
Careful examination reveals that the exchange between Jacob and Sherem is a legal case that hinged on the three interrelated accusations of apostasy, blasphemy, and false prophecy—all capital crimes in ancient Israel.
Come Follow Me – March 23-29 Enos – Words of Mormon “He Works in Me to Do His Will”
#ComeFollowMe with Mormon News Report
This week they cover: Nephi’s last words The Doctrine of Christ Connection My Jesus
Come Follow Me – February 24-March 1 2 Nephi 26-30 “A Marvelous Work and a Wonder”
The Isaiah chapters in 2 Nephi can be tough. How do you get the most from them?