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I LOVE this woman’s insights. She is able to put into words what my heart longs to say. It is well worth the read and adding to your scripture study.
You can read 1 Nephi 11:32-36 here.
Context and General Information
- Nephi is seeing the vision of the tree of life.
- The Spirit tells Nephi to Look! Nephi looks.
- Nephi sees the Lamb of God judged of the world, lifted up on the cross, and slain for the sins of the world.
- Nephi saw multitudes of people gathered to fight agains the apostles of Christ.
- Nephi sees the multitude gathered in the great and spacious building.
- The Spirit explains to Nephi that the great and spacious building is the world and its wisdom. Nephi then saw that the great and spacious building, which was the pride of the world, fell.
The Pride of the World
Well, I’m not exactly sure what to learn/write about today. But that’s just how it goes sometimes.
As I keep reading through this selection, I keep noticing the word pride.
This series of things…
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I love these thoughts! Today I will follow suit. I will trust in the Lord and strive to stay the course. I will not allow doubts to overcome my goals. I will anchor myself to true principles. Give this blog a read. This writer is amazing.
To doubt something is to feel uncertain about it, to lack conviction. The word is also closely associated with fear (Oxford Dictionary).
When new evidence calls an accepted fact into question, reasonable people will begin to doubt what they thought they knew before. This is wise, and is part of the process of learning and growing. However, sometimes, particularly when we are working to achieve a difficult goal, the roadblocks we face can cause us to question our course of action. We can forget the reasons for our original confidence. We can become fearful. As a result, we might give up halfway through the process, or simply make a halfhearted and inconsistent effort.
Success in any endeavor requires commitment, and it is impossible to commit when we are plagued by doubt.
The Book of Mormon tells the story of a massive war. Helaman, who was the leader of…
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