Ep 50 | Mosiah 7-10, Come Follow Me (April 27-May 3)
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00:26 – Overview of the transition from King Benjamin to King Noah.

06:39 – Limhi’s story.

07:59 – Has there ever been a plague? Remember what God has done in the past with those in our same circumstance. Remembering past experiences with God invites current experiences with God.

09:37 – There remaineth an effectual struggle to be made. Personal change brings deliverance in the Lord’s timing.

14:43 – The people of Limhi are not immediately delivered.

17:17 – The Lord sent Ammon and now they know where to go.

20:18 – Victor Frankl, A Man’s Search for Meaning.

22:03 – We all experience different forms of bondage. Not everyone has the same journey, but in the migrations in Mosiah, they all make it home.

22:55 – Joseph Smith remains cheerful in Liberty jail and trusts in God.

26:12 – Two different reasons for why Abinadi was killed. The historical answer and the spiritual answer sometimes don’t match. History is messy.

31:36 – Limhi quotes a text we don’t have, perhaps the Brass Plates. The East Wind.

35:41 – Record of the Jaredites are found. Prophets can see through conspiracies.

38:11 – Wisdom is typically personified as a woman.

39:03 – Zeniff sees the good in his enemies. A major antidote to pride is to see that other people have good qualities and motives.

42:27 – Zeniff is overzealous and makes an arrangement with King Laman who is deceiving him. Don’t be fooled by “building blindness“!

48:47 – The Lord is merciful in our weakness. Story of Joseph Smith searching for gold to get the church out of debt. “I, the Lord your God, am not displeased with your coming this journey, notwithstanding your follies.”

50:48 – Zeniff’s son is Noah.

51:22 – How the ancients viewed their enemies.

55:15 – “Lamanite blindness” is feeling wronged and getting wroth.

1:00:34 – Helping a child with “Lamanite blindness“.

For the quotation from The Marriage of Martu where the ancients depict their enemies in negative terms, see the article Scripture Comes in its Cultural Packaging.

For the quotation regarding the East Wind in Mosiah 7.30-32, and what it can show a careful reader of the Book of Mormon, go here.

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