This week they cover: The Pride Cycle The Power of Remembering One Man The prediction of the overthrow of the Nephites
TAYLOR AND TYLER FROM BOOK OF MORMON CENTRAL
Be a Latter-Day Warrior Alma 53-63 | Aug 10-16 Helaman’s 2,000 stripling warriors had great faith in God. They had been taught by their mothers to trust in the Lord…
The concluding chapters of the book of Alma (Alma 60–61) include a series of letters written between Moroni and the chief judge Pahoran. The catalyst for this exchange was a Lamanite victory in taking the city of Nephihah: “And thus being exceedingly numerous, yea, and receiving strength from day to day, by the command of Ammoron they came forth against the people of Nephihah, and they did begin to slay them with an exceedingly great slaughter” (Alma 59:7).
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Enjoy a beautiful coloring page inspired by Alma 48:17 and the powerful example Moroni has set for all of us.
“The Book of Mormon,” observed Ricks, precisely “reflects a sacral ideology of war similar to that found both in Israel and in the ancient Near East.” The divine or supernatural was likewise an integral part of ancient Mesoamerican warfare, and the Book of Mormon also shares an affinity to practices found among the Maya.
Come Follow Me (Insights into Alma Alma 53–63)
The war chapters in Alma in The Book of Mormon can at times be hard to conceptualize. A great supplement to Come, Follow Me study, this video lays out the story found in Alma 43-52 in an easy to follow animation for people of all ages. Come Follow Me is the new study members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter -day Saints are doing every week all around the world, individuals and families are studying the words of the prophets to learn who God is and to know what we must do to remain in the covenant path that Jesus Christ has shown us with his life.