Based on his explorations of the terrain from Jerusalem to the Red Sea, the author proposes a likely route Lehi and his family took as they fled Jerusalem. He also proposes a location for the Book of Mormon’s valley of Lemuel. Here's how these real world locations can contribute to your understanding of the Book of Mormon.
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There are moments when things click into place, times when seemingly random fragments of thought and information suddenly fit together to form a clear picture in your mind. In my mid-teens, I had such a moment, which altered the way I view the restored gospel of Jesus Christ.
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“If President Russell M. Nelson was standing here this morning and he asked each of you what he could do for you, how would you respond?” That was the question Elder Michael T. Ringwood, General Authority Seventy, posed to Brigham Young University students as he began his campus devotional on Tuesday, Jan. 14.
A soggy old newspaper used to wrap fish, a Japanese prisoner-of-war camp, and the Taipei temple: what do they have in common? More than you'd think . . .
Although Kwannauang was born with polio, he doesn’t let the disease stop him. He credits the Book of Mormon for helping him to have a better life, saying, “Before, I was a very weak person; now I am strong. I will continue to read and follow the commandments of God, following the Book of Mormon until my last day.”