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“Come Follow Me 2020”
FREE Book of Mormon Reading Schedule for Come, Follow Me 2020
COME, FOLLOW ME LESSON AIDS: Book of Mormon Lesson 1: December 30–January 5 “Another Testament of Jesus Christ” Title page of the Book of Mormon; Introduction to the Book of Mormon; The Testimony of Three Witnesses; The Testimony of Eight Witnesses; The Testimony of the Prophet Joseph Smith
COME, FOLLOW ME LESSON AIDS: Book of Mormon Lesson 2: January 6–12 “I Will Go and Do” 1 Nephi 1-7
COME, FOLLOW ME LESSON AIDS: Book of Mormon Lesson 3: January 13–19 “Come and Partake of the Fruit” 1 Nephi 8-10
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COME, FOLLOW ME LESSON AIDS: January 20–26 “Armed with Righteousness and with the Power of God” 1 Nephi 11-15
Lego Lehi’s Tree of Life shows: post and images from a mom show how one dad teaches the #ComeFollowMe lessons in a way his sons will understand and engage
The Significance of the Great and Spacious Building from Lehi’s Dream in the Book of Mormon (h/t Book of Mormon Central)
What did the E.B. Grandin acorn Book of Mormon printing press look like and how did it work?
COME, FOLLOW ME LESSON AIDS: January 27–February 2 “I Will Prepare the Way Before You” 1 Nephi 16-22
COME, FOLLOW ME LESSON AIDS: February 3–9 “We Lived after the Manner of Happiness” 2 Nephi 1-5
Journey Of Faith – Book of Mormon Documentary
Did Lehi and Sariah have daughters that married the sons of Ishmael?
COME, FOLLOW ME LESSON AIDS: February 10–16 “O How Great the Plan of Our God!” 2 Nephi 6-10
COME, FOLLOW ME LESSON AIDS: February 17–23 “We Rejoice in Christ” 2 Nephi 11-25
QUESTION: Why Did Nephi’s “Fine Steel” Bow Break? (h/t Book of Mormon Central)
COME, FOLLOW ME LESSON AIDS: February 24–March 1 “A Marvelous Work and a Wonder” 2 Nephi 26-30
COME, FOLLOW ME LESSON AIDS: March 2–8 “This Is the Way” 2 Nephi 31-33
COME, FOLLOW ME LESSON AIDS: March 9–15 Be Reconciled unto God through the Atonement of Christ Jacob 1-4
The great and spacious building in Lehi’s dream was identified by the angel as representing “the pride and vain imaginations of the children of men” (
1 Nephi 12:18).
Lehi’s contemporary Jeremiah speaks of the pride of Jerusalem and her people. The Hebrew word used by Jeremiah means “to be/become high.”
The word imaginations may be based upon a Hebrew word also found in Jeremiah which denotes a kind of defiant stubbornness in opposition to God which leads to calamity.
Vanity (as in vain) is likely based on a Hebrew word meaning “vapor” and often signifies something that is fleeting, worthless, and does not last.
Each of these words shed light on the nature of the great and specious building. Read more details here: