Ep 47 | Mosiah Overview, Come Follow Me (April 13-19)
1 hr

00:21 – A central theme in Mosiah is Noah blindness.

01:36 – Why are the stories in Mosiah out of chronological order?

07:23 – Noah blindness confuses us about who our true friends are.

16:13 – The story of a young man coming out of rehab who forgave his mom.

18:30 – “Noahs” are only concerned about themselves. 

23:21 – “Noahs” come in many forms.

26:08 – King Benjamin’s address about the greatness of God helps prevent Noah blindness.

32:25 – Abinadi’s message is that Jesus is the answer.

34:17 – Alma’s message of hope is that God will forgive.

37:33 – Mosiah is a chiastic text and the apex is Jesus.

38:00 – Interesting name puns.

39:43 – Jesus is both the Father and Son.

41:41 – There is no other way, only in and through Jesus.

42:18 – Jesus allows suffering.

43:24 – Multiple journeys and flashbacks contribute to the complexity of the text and show Joseph did not write this book.

45:04 – See the good.

45:32 – Lamanite blindness.

46:01 – The adversary stirs us up to anger so he can control us.

48:41 – Wicked question truth.

49:17 – A great lesson for missionaries, don’t underestimate the things you teach and the time you served.

50:20 – Peer pressure, change your tactics, God is mighty to deliver.

52:00 – Hebrew meaning of the word Mosiah.

56:40 – Jesus is the prevention, cure, and healing.

The maps, articles, and many extras that we mention in this podcast can be seen by viewing this Mosiah Overview page. We hope you like this podcast as much as we enjoyed making it. Thanks for listening!

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