Ilyan Kei Lavanway, Moroni Channel
Rockledge Florida, USA
I had an unusual dream in the wee hours of the morning, Sunday, 1 February 2015. I only recall pieces of it, but I recall that during the dream, it was a continuous, clear, uninterrupted experience, so vivid, I felt as if I were still enveloped in it upon waking. What I could still recall when I sat down to write an account of the dream some twelve hours after the fact, is this:
By: Ilyan Kei Lavanway, Moroni Channel
Rockledge Florida, USA
The following talk was given Sunday morning, March 10, 2013, in the Rockledge Ward of the Cocoa Florida Stake of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. The complete talk, posted below, includes hyperlinks to sources, references, and videos quoted.
Do not take this talk at face value. Take the time to look up the references in the talk and see for yourself what the prophets and apostles of Jesus Christ have said regarding how the Book of Mormon helps us follow Christ, and what that means for Americans and others who love and cherish individual freedom and liberty.
By Sonja Hopkins, Moroni Channel
New York City New York, USA
I taught gospel doctrine for a period of 11 years in our little branch. Something that I noticed is that every year that were are in the campaign cycle to elect a new president of our country....we are studying the Book of Mormon in Gospel Doctrine. And something that drew my attention is that during the time between the national political conventions that select the candidates running for president - and the actual election - we are studying lesson 34 - "How Could You Have Forgotten Your God"...this chapter teaches about the "Pride Cycle" that leads from righteousness and prosperity, to pride and wickedness, destruction and suffering, to humility and repentance, and finally back to righteousness and prosperity.
By: Kelly Merrill, Moroni Channel
The Second Book of Nephi probably has as much heavy doctrine in it as any book of scripture we have. In chapter nine Jacob is giving the people of the church what is tantamount to a loving hell fire and damnation speech. His intention is to make sure they understand the results of their behavior so their sins don’t come back to be answered on his own head at the last day. He wants them to clearly understand the consequences of their own behavior. He pronounces 10 woes or expressions of sorrow or lamentation, followed by warnings. The pronouncement of a woe (or wo) is a way of getting their attention to let the people know his next point is really serious.
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