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All too often we gloss over these important words as openers to a scripture verse without truly understanding what they mean.

All too often we gloss over these important words as openers to a verse without truly understanding what they mean.

24 Bible verses everyone should know

 I think this is funny cuz people said "bible" references. When there are book of mormon references too! Wouldn't you like to be a mormon ;

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Why Did Riplakish Construct a Beautiful Throne?

Why Did Riplakish Construct a Beautiful Throne?

The book of Ether’s portrayal of an elegant and elaborate throne very early in ancient American history is entirely correct. This led one scholar to ask, “How did Joseph Smith get this detail right?” However one wishes to answer that question, the study of early pre-Columbian thrones sheds light on this story. https://knowhy.bookofmormoncentral.org/content/why-did-riplakish-construct-a-beautiful-throne #BookofMormon #DiscoverTheBook #ShareGoodness #Mormon #LDS #Faith #Throne #King #Olmec

Creating a Scripture Study Plan + More Amazing Things You Didn't Know You Could Do with the Gospel Library App Family Scripture, Scripture Reading, Scripture Study, Lds Quotes, Religious Quotes, Lds Scriptures, Bible Verses, Library App, Bible Study Tips

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Creating a Scripture Study Plan + More Amazing Things You Didn't Know You Could Do with the Gospel Library App

Evidence of the Ancient Simile Curse In the Book of Mormon Lds Scriptures, Bible Verses, Book Of Mormon Stories, Spiritual Church, Lds Church, Church Ideas, Lds Books, Religious Studies, Book Of Mormon

Why Would Zerahemnah Not Swear an Oath to Moroni?

After attacking Moroni and having his scalp removed by a Nephite soldier, the Lamanite commander Zerahemnah eventually agreed to an oath of peace. Moroni invoked the name of God in the brief covenant-making ceremony, which was standard procedure for ratifying a covenant or oath in the ancient Near East. The action of Moroni’s soldier who lifted up the Lamanite commander’s scalp also makes perfect sense from an ancient perspective. His pronouncement closely follows a pattern of oath-making…

Why Did Nephi Rely on Earlier Testimonies of Christ? Book Of Mormon Prophets, Book Of Mormon Stories, Mormon Book, Spiritual Church, Mormon Messages, Lds Books, Lds Church, Church Ideas, Lds Memes

Why Did Nephi Rely on Earlier Testimonies of Christ?

In trying to convince the people to fix the wickedness of their laws, Nephi appealed to the testimonies of those who long before had “testified of the coming of Christ”. Nephi’s calling of witnesses forms a superb example of what has been identified by many biblical scholars as a “prophet lawsuit.” https://knowhy.bookofmormoncentral.org/content/why-did-nephi-rely-on-earlier-testimonies-of-christ #Witnesses #Testimony #BookofMormon #Mormon #LDS #Faith #Law

Spiritual Prep: Book of Mormon Reading Goal Book of Mormon Reading Chart

Spiritual Prep: Book of Mormon Reading Goal

{File Update: If you downloaded this chart prior to May 24th, 2012 you are likely missing a space for Helaman chapter 14. This has been corrected and a new version is available for download. Sorry …

The Book of Mormon notes the gruesome detail of Coriantumr cutting off (most of) the head of Shiz. After which, Shiz pushes up on his hands and gasps for air. In the past, some have considered this st

How Could Shiz Move and Breathe After Being Beheaded?

During the final Jaredite battle, when Coriantumr cut off the head of Shiz, Shiz “raised up on his hands and fell; and after that he had struggled for breath, he died” (Ether 15:31). When someone is decapitated through the base of the skull, certain muscles in the arms and legs contract, as does the rib cage. This caused Shiz to raise up on his hands, and caused his rib cage to expand and contract automatically, making it sound like Shiz was “struggling for breath.” This is a reminder, both…

Mosiah 17 Recognizing the implications of Abinadi having his skin “scourged … with faggots,” makes a difference in how his death is understood, and the level of pain and torment he endured. Abinadi deserves his place among the great Christian martyrs. Book Of Mormon Scriptures, Book Of Mormon Stories, Lds Books, Bible, Family Scripture, Scripture Study, Religious Studies, Lds Quotes, Nice

Why was Abinadi Scourged with Faggots?

The story of Abinadi suffering “death by fire” has most often evoked images of the prophet burning at the stake. Yet the Book of Mormon curiously describes Abinadi as being “scourged . . . with faggots,” suggesting he was instead beaten with bundles of burning sticks. Though it may seem strange, there is compelling evidence for a similar practice among the Aztecs, as well as the more contemporary Maya and other Native American cultures throughout the Americas. Despite knowing the terrible…

Staying Plumb In The Gospel: The Scriptures Teach About The Atonement of Jesus Christ

I want to journal Bible quotes. If Bible journaling frustrates you before you even start--read on my friend!

I want to journal Bible quotes...but I can't. It's not that I don't try--believe me I do. It's my perfectionist tendencies that stop me. #BibleSayings