Readers of the Book of Mormon have always been aware of the existence of quotations from, allusions to, and echoes of biblical passages throughout the Book of Mormon. Part 2 of this series explores the possibility of New Testament language entering into the Book of Mormon through Christ’s teachings to the Nephites.
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I have been thinking about the creation. Those thoughts have caused me to be amazed at how effective Lucifer has been at establishing his agenda in this world. We have gone from an almost universal belief in a Supreme Creator to a time when we have chased Him out of our classrooms. Moses knew the truth. I wonder what people would do now with Moses in the witness chair in a class-action suit against the teaching of intelligent design.
In ancient times God required various sacrifices of His people. It was the way they showed God that they valued Him, His goodness, and His counsel. Today God asks for one key sacrifice of us: a broken heart and a contrite spirit. It is the way we show God today that we truly want what He has to offer. So, what does that mean? What does it look like?
A dark colored vehicle with the dome light on was parked in my neighbor’s, front yard. The clock was approaching 9:45 Saturday evening as Becca went outside to empty the kitchen trash. It seemed strange, but she thought that the person inside was probably looking for an address or talking on the phone. She returned to the safety of her home. Half an hour later she felt nudged to see if the car was still there. When she looked out her window, the car had not moved. Something felt wrong.