**#ComeFollowMe nugget** Moses 1; Abraham 3 โ€œ๐šƒ๐š‘๐š’๐šœ ๐™ธ๐šœ ๐™ผ๐šข ๐š†๐š˜๐š›๐š” ๐šŠ๐š—๐š ๐™ผ๐šข ๐™ถ๐š•๐š˜๐š›๐šขโ€ The Bible begins with the words โ€œin the beginning God created the heaven and the earthโ€ (Genesis 1:1). But what was there before this โ€œbeginningโ€? And why did God create all of this? Through the Prophet Joseph Smith, the Lord has shed light on these questions. For example, He gave us the record of a vision in which Abraham saw our existence as spirits โ€œbefore the world wasโ€ (see Abraham 3:22โ€“28). The Lord also gave us an inspired translation or revision of the first six chapters of Genesis, called the book of Mosesโ€”which doesnโ€™t begin with โ€œin the beginning.โ€ Instead, it begins with an experience Moses had that provides some context for the well-known Creation story. Together, these latter-day scriptures are a good place to start our study of the Old Testament because they address some fundamental questions that can frame our reading: Who is God? Who are we? What is Godโ€™s work, and what is our place in it? The opening chapters of Genesis could be seen as the Lordโ€™s response to Mosesโ€™s request: โ€œBe merciful unto thy servant, O God, and tell me concerning this earth, and the inhabitants thereof, and also the heavensโ€ (Moses 1:36). Join our Come, Follow Me Facebook group! https://www.facebook.com/groups/comefollowmelds More at http://www.ComeFollowMeStudyHelps.com

**#ComeFollowMe nugget** | Moses 1; Abraham 3 | โ€œ๐šƒ๐š‘๐š’๐šœ ๐™ธ๐šœ ๐™ผ๐šข ๐š†๐š˜๐š›๐š” ๐šŠ๐š—๐š ๐™ผ๐šข ๐™ถ๐š•๐š˜๐š›๐šขโ€

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**#ComeFollowMe nugget**

โ€œ๐šƒ๐š‘๐š’๐šœ ๐™ธ๐šœ ๐™ผ๐šข ๐š†๐š˜๐š›๐š” ๐šŠ๐š—๐š ๐™ผ๐šข ๐™ถ๐š•๐š˜๐š›๐šขโ€

The Bible begins with the words โ€œin the beginning God created the heaven and the earthโ€ (Genesis 1:1).
But what was there before this โ€œbeginningโ€? And why did God create all of this? Through the Prophet Joseph Smith, the Lord has shed light on these questions.
For example, He gave us the record of a vision in which Abraham saw our existence as spirits โ€œbefore the world wasโ€ (see Abraham 3:22–28).
The Lord also gave us an inspired translation or revision of the first six chapters of Genesis, called the book of Mosesโ€”which doesnโ€™t begin with โ€œin the beginning.โ€
Instead, it begins with an experience Moses had that provides some context for the well-known Creation story.
Together, these latter-day scriptures are a good place to start our study of the Old Testament because they address some fundamental questions that can frame our reading:
Who is God?
Who are we?
What is Godโ€™s work, and what is our place in it?
The opening chapters of Genesis could be seen as the Lordโ€™s response to Mosesโ€™s request: โ€œBe merciful unto thy servant, O God, and tell me concerning this earth, and the inhabitants thereof, and also the heavensโ€ (Moses 1:36).
Join our Come, Follow Me Facebook group! https://www.facebook.com/groups/comefollowmelds

More at http://www.ComeFollowMeStudyHelps.com

**#ComeFollowMe nugget** Moses 1; Abraham 3 โ€œ๐šƒ๐š‘๐š’๐šœ ๐™ธ๐šœ ๐™ผ๐šข ๐š†๐š˜๐š›๐š” ๐šŠ๐š—๐š ๐™ผ๐šข ๐™ถ๐š•๐š˜๐š›๐šขโ€ The Bible begins with the words โ€œin the beginning God created the heaven and the earthโ€ (Genesis 1:1). But what was there before this โ€œbeginningโ€? And why did God create all of this? Through the Prophet Joseph Smith, the Lord has shed light on these questions. For example, He gave us the record of a vision in which Abraham saw our existence as spirits โ€œbefore the world wasโ€ (see Abraham 3:22โ€“28). The Lord also gave us an inspired translation or revision of the first six chapters of Genesis, called the book of Mosesโ€”which doesnโ€™t begin with โ€œin the beginning.โ€ Instead, it begins with an experience Moses had that provides some context for the well-known Creation story. Together, these latter-day scriptures are a good place to start our study of the Old Testament because they address some fundamental questions that can frame our reading: Who is God? Who are we? What is Godโ€™s work, and what is our place in it? The opening chapters of Genesis could be seen as the Lordโ€™s response to Mosesโ€™s request: โ€œBe merciful unto thy servant, O God, and tell me concerning this earth, and the inhabitants thereof, and also the heavensโ€ (Moses 1:36). Join our Come, Follow Me Facebook group! https://www.facebook.com/groups/comefollowmelds More at http://www.ComeFollowMeStudyHelps.com

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