#BOMSummer DAY 52, Alma 48-50: “Endless Treasure”

Alma 48-50

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The Book of Mormon is an endless treasure of wisdom and inspiration, of counsel and correction, “adapted to the capacity of the weak and the weakest [among us]” (D&C 89:3). At once, it is rich in nourishment for the most learned, if they will humble themselves (see 2 Ne. 9:28–29).

From the Book of Mormon we learn about:

The plan of salvation or “the great plan of happiness” (Alma 42:8; see also Alma 42:5, 8, 12, 30).

The doctrine of Christ and the Atonement (see 2 Ne. 31:2–21; 2 Ne. 32:1–6; 3 Ne. 11:31–40; 3 Ne. 27:13–21).

Why death is necessary (see 2 Ne. 9:4–6; Mosiah 16:8–9; Alma 12:25–27).

Life after death in the spirit world (see Alma 40:11–14).

The workings of the evil one (see 2 Ne. 2:27; Alma 28:13; 3 Ne. 2:2).

The order of the priesthood (see Mosiah 29:42; Alma 4:20; Alma 5:3, 44; Alma 13:1–10).

Sacramental prayers (see Moro. 4:3; Moro. 5:2).

A sure way to judge between good and evil (see Moro. 7:16).

How to retain a remission of your sins (see Mosiah 4:26).

Clear, prophetic warnings and many, many other things pertaining to the redemption of man and to our lives. All are parts of the fulness of the gospel (see D&C 20:9). (“The Book of Mormon:Another Testament of Jesus Christ—Plain and Precious Things,” Ensign, May 2005.)

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One thought on “#BOMSummer DAY 52, Alma 48-50: “Endless Treasure”

  1. I think it is a bit like paying tithing.
    If you pay your tithing the Lord is bound by the promised blessings.

    If you read the Book of Mormon their are blessing which will flow into your life as faith in the Lord Jesus Christ and His restored Gospel.

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