Book of Mormon
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Introduction - 2 Nephi
Introduction - 2 Nephi
A Day When
(2 Nephi 15–20) President James E. Faust explains that the choices we make today determine tomorrow’s blessings and opportunities.
Elder Dallin H. Oaks speaks about the Abrahamic covenant.
Act for Themselves
(2 Nephi 2) A young man's alter ego shows him how all things are provided to allow him to use his agency to choose liberty and eternal life or captivity and spiritual death.
All Is Well in Zion
(2 Nephi 28:20–24) President Thomas S. Monson talks about Zion.
Beware of False Prophets
(2 Nephi 26:29) Elder M. Russell Ballard warns of false prophets.
Book of Mormon Restores Plain and Precious Things
(1 Nephi 13:34-41) Elder Russell M. Nelson speaks about how the Book of Mormon restores plain and precious things.
Book of Mormon Study
An introduction to the Book of Mormon by Elder L. Tom Perry.
Christ Saves Us from Physical and Spiritual Death
(2 Nephi 9:6-24) Elder Russell M. Nelson talks about how Christ saves us from physical and spiritual death.
For Our Day
Latter-day Saint youth from around the world describe the influence and guidance the Book of Mormon provides in their lives.
For a Wise Purpose
(1 Nephi 9) A seminary teacher uses oversized models of the Book of Mormon, the gold plates, and other source plates to help his students understand the structure of the book.
(2 Nephi 12:2–3) Elder LeGrand Richards talks about fulfillment of prophecy.
Gathering to Lands of Promise
(2 Nephi 9:1-3) Elder Russell M. Nelson talks about gathering to lands of promise.
God's Tender Mercies
(1 Nephi 1:20) Elder David A. Bednar speaks about God's tender mercies. ("The Tender Mercies of the Lord," Ensign, May 2005, 99.)
I Will Go and Do
(1 Nephi 3:7) President Gordon B. Hinckley speaks about being willing to go and do the things the Lord commands.
I Will Prepare the Way
(1 Nephi 17) The support and direction the Lord gave to Nephi when he was commanded to build a ship serves as a model for a young woman as she faces an overwhelming task of her own.
Importance of the Book of Mormon
President Boyd K. Packer testifies of the truths found in the Book of Mormon.
(2 Nephi 10:23-25) President Thomas S. Monson talks about individual agency.
Liken All Scriptures
(1 Nephi 19:23-24) Elder Robert D. Hales talks about likening the scriptures unto ourselves.
Line upon Line
(2 Nephi 28:30) Elder David A. Bednar teaches that our spiritual development should be “line upon line”.
Look to Christ and Come Alive
(2 Nephi 9:41–52) President Gordon B. Hinckley expresses his joy in seeing how the gospel changes people for the better.
(1 Nephi 13:32–40) President James E. Faust talks about lost truths.
Opposition in All Things
(2 Nephi 2:1–11) President Howard W. Hunter illustrates opposition by using a story about a Samoan boat race.
Our Own Liahona
(1 Nephi 16:16-32) Elder David A. Bednar talks about how the Book of Mormon can be our own Liahona.
(1 Nephi 17:45) President James E. Faust talks about being past feeling.
Physical and Spiritual Death
(2 Nephi 9:6–24) Elder Russell M. Nelson teaches about physical and spiritual death in the plan of happiness.
Saved by Grace
(2 Nephi 25:19–30) President Dieter F. Uchtdorf talks about being saved by grace.
Saved by the Merits of Christ
(2 Nephi 2:7-8) Elder Richard G. Scott talks about how we are saved through the merits of Christ.
Scriptures Are of Great Worth
(1 Nephi 4:5-18) Elder L. Tom Perry testifies that the scriptures are of great worth.
Searching the Scriptures
(1 Nephi 5:10-22) Elder Robert D. Hales speaks about searching the scriptures .
Sensitivity to Spiritual Communication, Part 2
(1 Nephi 17:45) President Boyd K. Packer exhorts us to be sensitive to the sacredness of personal, spiritual experiences.
Sensitivity to Spiritual Communication, Part 3
(1 Nephi 17:45) Elder Joseph B. Wirthlin talks about recognizing spiritual promptings .
In his April 1976 general conference addresss, President Boyd K. Packer compared well-camouflaged crocodiles who prey on unwary victims to Satan, who preys on unwary youth by camouflaging the deadly nature of sin.
(2 Nephi 32:3–5) President Boyd K. Packer talks about spiritual immunization.
Tender Mercies of the Lord
(1 Nephi 1:20) Elder David A. Bednar talks about the tender mercies of the Lord.
The Atonement Is Essential to God’s Plan
(2 Nephi 11:2–8) President Boyd K. Packer talks about how the Atonement is essential to God’s plan . (“Do Not Fear,” Ensign, May 2004, 77–80.)
The Baptism of Fire
(2 Nephi 31:10–17) Elder David A. Bednar talks about the baptism of fire.
The Book of Mormon
An introduction to the Book of Mormon by President Ezra Taft Benson.
The Book of Mormon "Shall Hiss Forth"
(2 Nephi 29:2) President Ezra Taft Benson talks about how the Book of Mormon ”shall hiss forth”.
(2 Nephi 2) Elder Bruce C. Hafen talks about the Fall of Adam.
The Lord's House
(2 Nephi 12:2–3) President Gordon B. Hinckley talks about going to the Lord’s house.
The Righteous Need Not Fear
(1 Nephi 22:17) Elder Dallin H. Oaks talks about how the righteous have no need to fear.
The Rod of Iron
(1 Nephi 8:19-33) Elder Jeffrey R. Holland talks about the iron rod.
The Scattering and Gathering Is First Spiritual
(2 Nephi 10:6–8) Elder Russell M. Nelson talks about the scattering and gathering of Israel.
The Spirit Cannot Abide
(1 Nephi 10:19) Elder David A. Bednar testifies that the Spirit only abides in clean things.
The Tree of Life as a Symbol of Jesus Christ and His Atonement
(1 Nephi 8:10–12; 11:8–25) Elder Neal A. Maxwell talks about how the tree of life is a symbol of Jesus Christ and His Atonement.
The Word of God Strengthens Us
(1 Nephi 15:24) Elder Neal A. Maxwell testifies that the word of God strengthens us.
Things to Act and Things to Be Acted Upon
(2 Nephi 2:13-14) Elder David A. Bednar talks about things to act and things to be acted upon.
Three Pillars of God's Plan
(2 Nephi 2:14–29) Elder Russell M. Nelson tells of the importance of the Creation, the Fall of Adam, and the Atonement in God's plan.
To Act or Be Acted Upon
(2 Nephi 2:14-29) President James E. Faust talks about acting or being acted upon.
We Are "Free to Choose"
(2 Nephi 2:27) Elder Russell M. Nelson talks about how we are free to choose.
We Are "Graven" on the Palms of His Hands
(1 Nephi 21:13-16) Elder Jeffrey R. Holland talks about how we are "graven" on the palms of His hands.
Who Are the Bond and Free?
(2 Nephi 26:33) Elder Dallin H. Oaks explains who are the bond and the free.