Satan did everything in his power back then to thwart The Book of Mormon because it would make people happy and lead them to Christ.
Why does God quote the Old Testament Prophet Malachi to begin the restoration?
This is post 51 of 51 in the series “Come Follow Me 2020” FREE Book of Mormon Reading Schedule for Come, Follow Me 2020 COME, FOLLOW ME LESSON AIDS: Book…
The importance of Mormon’s last words . . .
While previous chapters in 3 Nephi focused mainly on the Savior’s words, chapters 17–19 describe His ministry and teachings among the people on the American continent.
Filled With Compassion 3 Nephi 17-19 | Sept 28 – October 11 After Jesus had finished teaching, the people looked at Him with tears in their eyes, as if they…
Elder Jeffrey R. Holland October 2017 LDS General Conference talk. “Be ye therefore perfect, even as your Father … in heaven is perfect” [Matthew 5:48]. Such celestial goals seem beyond our reach. Yet surely the Lord would never give us a commandment He knew we could not keep. I believe that Jesus did not intend His sermon on this subject to be a verbal hammer for battering us about our shortcomings. No, I believe He intended it to be a tribute to who and what God the Eternal Father is and what we can achieve with Him in eternity.
Some choices in life are easy and some are much more difficult. In this video, John Hilton III talks about the invitation given by Samuel the Lamanite to “choose life or death.”
King Limhi and his people are in bondage to the Lamanites. When a search party from Zarahemla discovers King Limhi and his people, the King is filled with hope. He gathers his people and teaches them that they must repent and rely on the Lord to help them. Sometimes, like the captive Nephites, we are faced with difficult challenges that we can’t seem to escape. The Lord has power to deliver us, and in His own time, if we trust in Him, He can help us overcome.