Alma 5-7—Alma explains how we can experience a “mighty” change of heart, but what does that entail? How difficult is it to change our nature? There’s a lot to learn about the process of conversion from these chapters. Remember, our road to exaltation is not littered with singular events, but with ongoing efforts and processes. Al Doan is with us, yo!
Luke 4, 5 – Jesus announces that he is the Messiah, calls his Twelve Apostles. and instructs them in the affairs of the kingdom. But why did Jesus need apostles? Why do we need apostles and prophets today? How can we become fishers of men? Kurt Francom of LeadingLDS is here!
1 Kings 12-14; Chronicles 17 – Rehoboam succeeds his father, Solomon, but squanders the chance to rule in righteousness. Eventually, Jeroboam of the northern tribes leads a rebellion and Israel is split in two. What do we learn from the failings of these two leaders? How can we improve as leaders? Jehoshaphat later leads Judah in righteousness.
Modern-day revelation, ftw! Great stuff on this episode, including a discussion of the Church’s then-controversial correlation program. Also, a discussion on the extension of the priesthood to all, Church curriculum, the Quorums of the Seventy, and others. Patricia Auxier is wit’ it.
Moroni 7-10 – Moroni closes the Book of Mormon explaining the value of good judgment, of coming unto Christ, and of expecting miracles. The baptism of infants is decried. We are all challenged to ponder the words in the Book of Mormon and prayerfully consider their truthfulness. Will you take the challenge?