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.
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