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Lesson 48, "Come Unto Christ," Moroni 7-8; 10

I think it is singular that the Book of Mormon closes with an appeal to come unto Christ and to be perfected in Him. Coming unto Christ requires a spiritual sensitivity acquired only by those who are acting with no hypocrisy and with real intent.

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Lesson 47, “To Keep Them in the Right Way,” Moroni 1-6

I have always been haunted by the fact that the Book of Mormon is intended for our time, and that it ends with not one but two shattering accounts of annihilation. We should pause and ask ourselves why this is so.

By Breck England
Lesson 46, "By Faith All Things Are Fulfilled," Ether 7-15

This week's reading contains some of the most important examples and teachings about the principle of faith in all the standard works. In the Greek language, the word for faith is pistis, meaning an assurance or reliance on Christ for salvation. Faith nec

By Jeffrey Marsh
Lesson 45, "Never Has Man Believed in Me As Thou Hast" Ether 1-6

Having just read through the awful annihilation of the Nephites in Mormon's own book, we now receive another witness – again on a civilization-sized scale – of the curses associated with breaking the Lord's covenants and not living righteously upon this l

By Philip Allred
Lesson 44, "I Speak unto You as if Ye Were Present," Mormon 7-9

The scenes of horror and violence, culminating in the sickening escalation of atrocities by Lamanties and Nephites in the 9th chapter of Mormon, need no news photographs to make their message convincing to the modern world.

By Maurine Proctor
Lesson 43, "How Could Ye Have Departed from the Ways of the Lord?" Mormon 1-6; Moroni 9

Because we are vulnerable ourselves, we cannot stand alone without Jesus Christ. We must turn to him in every thought, word, and deed and repent continually if we hope to stand at all. Surrounded with evil, Mormon was able to stand because he “tasted and

By Breck England
Lesson 42, "This is My Gospel," 3 Nephi 27-30; 4 Nephi

Here are some questions regarding our salvation which today's reading (3 Nephi 27-30 and 4 Nephi) supply the answers.

By Jeffrey Marsh
Lesson 41, "The Lord Esteems His Prophets," 3 Nephi 22-26

Truly the prophets of the Lord–ancient and modern–provide the principles and patterns we need to "abide the day" of our Savior’s coming. As the Lord so thoroughly taught from his prophets, so may we profit from a continual searching of the same.

By Philip Allred
Lesson 40, "Then Will I Gather Them In," 3 Nephi 16, 20, 21

The motif and pattern of the gathering and the scattering of Israel, or the Lord's children, is used throughout the scriptures. It is well to pay attention to these patterns throughout the scriptures, for with the gathering comes a personal invitation fro

By Scot Facer Proctor
Book of Mormon Lesson 39, "Behold, My Joy Is Full,” 3 Nephi 17-19

One of the most remarkable events in sacred history was the appearance of Jesus Christ to the Nephites at the temple in Bountiful . It was remarkable not only for the visit of the Savior but also for the outpouring of the Holy Ghost that occurred at that

By Breck England