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This includes the journey of Lehi and his family across the Arabian Peninsula to Bountiful. It follows them on to the promised land, where the Nephites and Lamanites separated. It contains the marvelous prophesies of Lehi, Nephi, and Jacob.
This volume is the first of three on the Book of Mormon. It covers 1st Nephi through the Book of Mosiah.
This includes the journey of Lehi and his family across the Arabian Peninsula to Bountiful. It follows them on to the promised land, where the Nephites and Lamanites separated. It contains the marvelous prophecies of Lehi, Nephi, and Jacob.
We then read remarks from the book’s editor in the words of Mormon, and follow the Nephites until their establishment in the land of Zarahemla under King Mosiah. In all, it covers 508 years of Nephite history up until about 92 BC when the book of Alma began.
The cover features a beautiful photograph of the Land Bountiful taken by Scot Facer Proctor.
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It begins with the story of the conversion of Alma the Younger. We learn of the beginning of the reign of the judges. Then we follow the missionary efforts of Alma and Amulek in the land of Zarahemla, followed by the missions of the sons of Mosiah to the Lamanites in the Land of Nephi. We follow the fate of the Anti-Nephi-Lehies. We read Alma’s letters to his sons, including an in-depth discussion of the Great Plan of Happiness. Then we finish with the stories of Captain Moroni and Helaman’s stripling warriors. In all, it covers 67 years of Nephite history from 130 to 63 BC when the book of Helaman began.
This includes the period of great wickedness just prior to the coming of Christ. We read of the missions of Nephi and Lehi, followed by Samuel the Lamanite. The signs of Christ’s birth and death are given, followed by their fulfillment. Great destruction occurs on the American continent, and only the righteous survive in the Land of Bountiful. Christ appears to the Nephites, teaches and heals them, organizes His Church and ordains 12 disciples to lead them.
An essential new study guide for the challenging words of the man who Nephi called “the Prophet,” and whose teachings the Savior commanded us to read. A companion to the study of Isaiah in the Old Testament and in the Book of Mormon, this volume is without question, the most helpful guide to Isaiah available today.
This volume is the third of three on Church History and the Doctrine and Covenants. It covers Church history during the administration of all of its Prophet-Prophets since Joseph Smith. It begins with the succession of the Apostles after Joseph Smith’s martyrdom, the building of the Nauvoo Temple, and the trek to the west of the Latter-day Saint pioneers.
These unique study guides will broaden your comprehension of the “Greatest Story Ever Told” concerning the life and ministry of the Messiah, Jesus Christ. They will also have a new comprehension of the progress of the Church after the Savior’s ascension into heaven as the Apostles led the rapidly-growing Church. Lastly, this series provides new depth and understanding to the epistles and the Book of Revelation.
This set of study guides includes Making Isaiah Plain and Making Jeremiah Plain: two essential tools for understanding the somewhat mysterious writings of these two major Old Testament prophets.
It covers the life of Christ from his premortal selection as the Lamb of God through His birth and childhood. Then we follow the Master during the first year of His ministry as He is tempted, baptized, performs miracles, selects Twelve Apostles, and then teaches with parables and in the Sermon on the Mount. During the second year of His ministry, He teaches the Bread of Life sermon, is transfigured, and bestows priesthood keys to the Twelve. He finishes the second year of His ministry at Jerusalem, where He declares Himself to be the Light of the World, the Son of God, and the Messiah.
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