Isaiah 26, See also Luke 1:46-55 Verses 1-4 Thou wilt keep him in perfect peace, whose mind is stayed on thee: because he trusteth in thee.Trust ye in the Lord for ever: for in the Lord Jehovah is everlasting strength: Verses 3 & 4 These verses feel very similar to the ones found over in […]
Isaiah 19, Additional Contexts As I revisit this chapter for a second morning, the first thought that impresses me is this final thought of the chapter: Israel is not alone in the Lord’s eyes. Blessed be Egypt my people, and Assyria the work of my hands, and Israel mine inheritance. Vs. 25 The Lord refers […]
Isaiah 10 Thoughts from reading the chapter preface: Now Isaiah is speaking to Assyria (who was the much larger, real threat to Judah all along. Destruction of Assyria is foretold as a type for the Second Coming.) The end comes when the work of the Lord is completed (See vs. 12). Then the end of […]
3 Nephi 11: 1-7 (I am finally here!) Three times it took the people to lend an ear toward the voice that they heard from the heavens, and this is what they hear: Behold my Beloved Son, in whom I am well pleased, in whom I have glorified my name—hear ye him. Vs. 7 The […]
Alma 56 Dentro de la iglesia, cuando hablamos de convenios con Dios, usualmente referimos a las ordenanzas, que también son convenios. Pero aquí, se nos acuerda del convenio que hizo el pueblo de Ammón de no tomar armas de guerra. Aunque no fue ordenanza, ellos sin embargo hicieron convenio con Dios. Y la seriedad de […]
I’ve done a search for the term “meek” on my main Book of Mormon study blog this morning. I am surprised by how connected to the work of the Lord in the last days are the meek. Christ was possessor of two great attributes: meekness and lowliness of heart — no pride, no arrogance here.