Ep 82 | Moroni 7-9, Come Follow Me (Dec 7-13)
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Show Notes: Moroni 7-9 Quotes and Notes

00:33 – The Nephites have lost civilization and they are without order.

01:46 – Faith: Laying hold on every good thing.

05:45 – Hope: An emphasis on God’s power to save me. An expression of the participatory nature of hope.

18:52 – Jesus Christ answered the ends of the law and His claim on the rights of mercy.

22:23 – Mormon speaks to the “peaceable followers of Christ”. This relates to covenant keepers initiated into sacred things.

29:05 – Charity: The pure love from Christ. The natural outgrowth of hope is charity.

35:45 – Historical context on infant baptism.

41:28 – Joseph Smith on the dangers of the traditions of men.

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