Deseret Book created a special Easter message with several of their friends. Featuring: Calee Reed, Lexi Mae Walker, GENTRI, Natalie Madsen, Whitney Call & Mallory Everton of JK Studios, Brooke White, Mauli Bonner, Oyoyo Bonner, Debra Bonner &…
2 Nephi 1: Lehi prophesies of a land of liberty—His seed will be scattered and smitten if they reject the Holy One of Israel—He exhorts his sons to put on the armor of righteousness. About 588–570 B.C. 2 Nephi 2: Redemption comes through the Holy Messiah—Freedom of choice (agency) is essential to existence and progression—Adam fell that men might be—Men are free to choose liberty and eternal life. About 588–570 B.C. 2 Nephi 3: Joseph in Egypt saw the Nephites in vision—He prophesied of Joseph Smith, the latter-day seer; of Moses, who would deliver Israel; and of the coming forth of the Book of Mormon. About 588–570 B.C. 2 Nephi 4: Lehi counsels and blesses his posterity—He dies and is buried—Nephi glories in the goodness of God—Nephi puts his trust in the Lord forever. About 588–570 B.C. 2 Nephi 5: The Nephites separate themselves from the Lamanites, keep the law of Moses, and build a temple—Because of their unbelief, the Lamanites are cut off from the presence of the Lord, are cursed, and become a scourge unto the Nephites. About 588–559 B.C.
Christmas is a wonderful time of gift-giving, but it’s important to remember what the season is all about while you do it. These five great Christmas gifts for Latter-day Saints will help you light the world, minister, and bring some inspiration into the life of your family and friends.
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Noted Mormon online personalities met at THIS IS THE PLACE Heritage Park just outside Salt Lake City for a special screening of TREK: The Movie! Watch more now!
Watch this panel discussion with Tom and a few others.
“This is your world. The future is in your hands. The outcome is up to you.” With those simple words, President Thomas S. Monson urges a generation of young adult members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints to find the best within themselves.