#BOMTC Day 27, May 3~Mosiah 5-7 or Pages 156-161: Becoming the Children of Christ

Originally posted on The Book of Mormon Translation Challenge:
Click on graphic to read Mosiah 5-7 For being such a short chapter, Mosiah 5 hits on some pretty essential and deep doctrine. King Benjamin speaks of being born again (born of God), adoption, and becoming children of Christ (See Romans 8 for more from Paul) Did you notice how many times the word NAME appeared in Mosiah 5?…#BOMTC Day 27, May 3~Mosiah 5-7 or Pages 156-161: Becoming the Children of Christ

Mosiah 5-6 Change Of Heart

Downloaded from: Mosiah 5-6: “If you are not in the process of becoming the person you want to be, you are automatically engaged in becoming the person you don’t want to be” -Dale Dale CarnegieElder Bednar said: “As we choose to follow the master, we choose to be changed” King Benjamin’s people had a mighty Change of heart. Is change easy? As in the case of King Benjamin’s people, the change was easy and…
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What Does It Mean To Take Upon Myself The Name Of Jesus Christ? Young Women’S Lesson, July: Ordinances And Covenants

Downloaded from: Here is the handout I made for this lesson, I added in some things NOT in the lesson outline.  But the thought of “His image in your countenance” kept coming to me as I thought about the meaning of taking his name upon us.  Then I found the talk by Elder Lynn G. Robbins from the April 2011 Gen. Conf, where he talks about the difference between…
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Romans 7-8, Remarried And Adopted: Bad Or Good News???

Downloaded from: President David O. McKay: ”The greatest battles of life are fought within the silent chambers of our own souls.” He wasn’t of particularly august origins. His natural father was a local from a town north of Rome, so he really didn’t have any great connections. He had met Caesar once. Caesar had obviously been impressed about some qualities that he saw in the young man for he adopted him…
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Manual 3 Lesson 29: Change of Heart

This handout was submitted by A. Wheeler. Thanks! It has quote from Mosiah 5:2 “..because of the Spirit of the Lord Omnipotent, which has wrought a mighty change in us, or in our hearts, that we have no more disposition to do evil, but to do good continually.” along with a red heart with the words Love, Tenderness, Dedication, and Trust inside it. Very cute!

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