Melanie Stroud

Episode 48 Mormon 7–9 I Speak unto You As If Ye Were Present

Mormon 7–9

“I Speak unto You As If Ye Were Present”

Mormon and Moroni knew what it felt like to be alone in a wicked world. For Moroni the loneliness must have been especially severe after his father died in battle and the Nephites were destroyed. “I even remain alone,” he wrote. “I have not friends nor whither to go” (Mormon 8:3, 5). Things may have seemed hopeless, but Moroni found hope in his testimony of the Savior and his knowledge that “the eternal purposes of the Lord shall roll on” (Mormon 8:22). And Moroni knew that a key role in those eternal purposes would be played by the Book of Mormon—the record he was now diligently completing, the record that would one day “shine forth out of darkness” and bring many people “to the knowledge of Christ” (Mormon 8:16; 9:36). Moroni’s faith in these promises made it possible for him to declare to the future readers of this book, “I speak unto you as if ye were present” and “I know that ye shall have my words” (Mormon 8:35; 9:30). Now we do have his words, and the Lord’s work is rolling forth, in part because Mormon and Moroni stayed true to their mission, even when they were alone.

 

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4 thoughts on “Episode 48 Mormon 7–9 I Speak unto You As If Ye Were Present”

  1. I look forward to your podcast and the inspired insights each week. I always learn something that I need. I’m grateful for the time and efforts you put into doing these.

  2. Malanie, I love your podcast on the Book of Mormon. I’m so happy my parents found the Church of Jesus Christ. My mom and grandmother didn’t speak English but were very Spiritual women, they prayed to the Creator all their lives like their Navajo forefathers. When the home teachers taught them of Jesus Christ they embraced him. I love Mormon chapter 7: Mormon invites the Lamanites of the latter days to believe in Christ, accept His gospel, and be saved—All who believe the Bible will also believe the Book of Mormon. About A.D— I too love this precious book, so thankful for my baptismal and Temple covenants. Life is Good❣️🙏💕

  3. Remind me what the name is of your sister’s podcast for youth. My kids need a different perspective and way to learn from the scriptures.

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