This App includes the complete ebook of the The Book of Mormon by Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and Smith and the complete audio version. Official scripture audio from The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Listen to the audio files below of this beautiful Testament of Jesus Christ while sitting at your desk, or from the convenience of your home. The promise that is.
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Scripture audio book downloads including the KJV Holy Bible, Book of Mormon, and other LDS scriptures, manuals, and resources. All free downloads. An audiobook allows users to listen to a book or print publication in a single audio Much like a regular book, an audiobook allows listeners to access separate. 'The Book of Mormon is a volume of holy scripture comparable to the Bible. It is a record of God's dealings with the ancient inhabitants of the Americas and.
The Book of Mormon is the word of God, like the Bible. Both books contain God's guidance as revealed to prophets, as well as religious histories of different civilizations. While the Bible is written by and about the people in the land of Israel and surrounding areas and takes place from the creation of the world until shortly after the death of Jesus Christ, the Book of Mormon contains the history of God's dealings with the people who lived in the Americas between approximately BC and AD. The Book of Mormon is another testament of Jesus Christ. I was hoping to use this app to listen to the Book of Mormon like an audiobook. Two important features need work before this will be useful.
Used together, these scriptures offer insight into such vital questions as the nature of God, salvation and the Atonement. The Official Audio for The The Official Audio for the The Standard Works Audio: The Official Audio for the Book of Mormon: Product Rating No Reviews.
Save 0. They are not compatible with Kindle or other e-reader devices. The last surviving Jaredite prophet, Ether, writes and compiles the record of his fallen people.
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They leave Jerusalem, and make camp in the desert. The group spends many years traveling through the Arabian Peninsula. At length they arrive at the coast, where they construct a ship, and launch into the Indian Ocean en route to the Promised Land. Inspired by his readings, Nephi teaches about Jesus Christ, and the redemption of humanity. Lehi, on his deathbed, blesses his family and counsels them to be faithful stewards of the land. The two camps separate; the Lamanites stay in their original territory, and Nephi and his followers travel elsewhere.
Nephi continues to write and teach using the brass plates as his primary source. At length, a Nephite named Mosiah is warned by God to leave the land of Nephi with whoever would follow him. Mosiah and his followers leave, and eventually end up at Zarahemla, where they meet a separate population, the Mulekites. They establish a community, but their lack of records cause their society to degrade.
Several generations later, they are joined by Mosiah and his followers, who had left the land of Nephi. Mosiah, being the custodian of the Nephite records, is appointed as king, and the two groups merge, and are all known as Nephites. Recolonization of the Land of Nephi The explorers who left from Zarahemla, led by a man named Zeniff, arrive at the land of Nephi, but only find Lamanites there.
Zeniff negotiates with the Lamanites, and they agree to let him settle the land with his people. Zeniff rules his people and his son, Noah, succeeds him, but rules in sin and wickedness. A prophet named Abinadi calls him to repentance, but Noah executes him. They arrive at the border of the Lamanite territory, and go their separate ways.
Then some beautiful sister missionaries came to work in the area. I sent them to his door, but he also rejected them. Gaetz yet? She called their home, and fortunately Mrs.
Gaetz answered the phone. After a friendly conversation, Verla invited Mrs. Patricia Gaetz and her husband to the mission home for dinner. About halfway through the dinner I was getting anxious to present the book. Sister Sorensen gently nudged me under the table, so I knew better. After the dinner we had a lovely discussion, but we never mentioned the Book of Mormon. A few days later Mrs. Gaetz called and invited us to their apartment.
We had a delicious lunch and talked. This went back and forth for some weeks.
I surely would like to present it to you. You will find, on the whole, Latter-day Saint people, those who believe the Book of Mormon, are good and righteous people.
They are kind, friendly, and good neighbors. You have a young grandson coming along; you surely want to know something of his beliefs. I walk every day at noon in the park for my health, and I would be happy to hear about the Book of Mormon through your lips. Our friendship deepened during these discussions.
I soon asked him to be baptized. You may have seen it. The man read the book, accepted it, lived its principles, and spent almost a lifetime trying to find out more about the Church.
He eventually found the missionaries, was baptized, and came into full fellowship. The video projects him later in his life going to the temple in Switzerland. It is a true story. I gave the video to Raymond. A few days later, during our usual walk, it was obvious that he had changed.
Of course he was not married, but I am. I have a wife. I have a son. I have grandchildren. I do have hope in eternal life.
Are you willing to pay a full tithe on all that money you make? Have you told your wife, Patricia? I told her of his decision and invited her to join him in baptism.
Neither can he. He gave up his coffee, tea, alcohol, and tobacco and he paid his tithing and rejoiced. Would you be willing to meet me there a year from now? You and Sister Sorensen? We flew to Washington, D.
As we walked out of the temple after several sessions, he looked up at those beautiful spires and made an unusual remark. I am just so grateful that I have been able to come here to the house of the Lord.
I feel very much like the man that was portrayed in the film who lived out his life and finally found the temple. My wife, Pat, lives according to the light she has in her own faith. Sister Gaetz called me on the phone. Shortly thereafter he died, one of the happiest men I have ever known. This good man who had been a captain of industry, a man of wealth and substance who had spent most of his life pursuing riches and the pride and praises of men, can be likened to this saying: The elusiveness of happiness is.
And she has blessed us.