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#29 Book of Mormon for Latter Day Saint Families 2 Nephi1:25

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I love the scriptures!!! Review: Wow, don't you love the scriptures? They talk to us about things that we deal with every day. They are not just for yesterday. We can see the big picture and see the history of a people and we can see how we can deal with the issues that we have to deal with today. I know that the gospel is true and that Heavenly Father and our brother, Jesus Christ, want us to succeed and do well wherever we are at. Not only does he want us to be happy but he wants our children and our children's children to be happy. That is the "seed" that is talked about in the scriptures. Verses 25-29 really talk about intercommunications; they speak to how we talk to one another. Especially when we are teaching one another. They talk of how when our hearts are caught up in things of the world that when we hear the truth it can sound like someone is angry or just trying to boss us around. And, even without saying so, it tells us that to avoid this we need to be reading the scriptures and understand the word of God and how he teaches us by the Holy Ghost and through one another. Verses 30-32 show how when one has decided to follow truth and be happy one finds fellowship and reward in association with those who follow the word of God. Chapter 2:1-4 show us that troubles and challenges can be blessed by God for our good. It shares Father Lehi's loving testimony of Jesus Christ and the Holy Spirit, that the Redeemer is righteous and that the Spirit is the same yesterday, today, and forever. And that salvation is free. Free to those who wish to partake of it. We think of obeying the commandments as following someone else's instructions and not being our own person, when, in reality, following his instruction is being true to the intrinsic eternal being that is the self. Yet we hold onto the false flattery of the devil rather than living true to ourselves. The truth is we do not have to do that. We can be free to "BE". tnt

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