“He Worketh in Me to Do According to His Will”

by Michelle Pack

Come, Follow Me

On April 22, 1860, Wilford Woodruff spoke in the Tabernacle. He began his discourse by saying, “I always feel much pleasure in addressing a congregation of Saints when I am inspired by the Holy Ghost, for then I can be of benefit to those who hear. . . .

“He Labors with Us”

by Lyndie Jackson

Come, Follow Me

In the allegory of the olive tree, Jacob reminds us that as we labor in the Lord’s vineyard, the Savior works with us: “And it came to pass that the servants did go and labor with their mights; and the Lord of the vineyard labored also with them” (Jacob 5:72).

Conquering Spiritual Blindness

by Aubrey Barzee

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I’ve always had poor eyesight. I can’t imagine what it would feel like to wake up in the morning and just be able to see my surroundings clearly! Fortunately, we have tools like glasses and contact lenses to bring me clarity and focus when I physically can’t do that myself. Sometimes, we may be affected by spiritual blindness too. It can be easy to become caught up in things that don’t really matter and lose sight of what is most important.

"He Shall Rise … with Healing in His Wings”

by Scott Hansen

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Each year, the coming of spring connotes a time of rebirth. Snow melts, plants grow, and flowers bloom. It’s no coincidence that we celebrate the rebirth of our Savior during the spring.

"The Doctrine of Christ”

by Kamryn Maughan

Come, Follow Me

Powerful teachers of the doctrine of Christ are found all throughout the Book of Mormon. Nephi is no exception, and this week in Come, Follow Me, we have the privilege of studying his teachings on the gospel. 

“A Marvelous Work and a Wonder”

by Michelle Pack

Come, Follow Me

As any full-time missionary can attest, talking to everyone is part of the calling as a servant of God. It doesn’t matter if a person is rich or poor, lives in a nice house in a large city or a small hut in the jungle, is literate or illiterate—Christ wants all to come to Him. Why?

“We Talk of Christ”

by Lyndie Jackson

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As a new mother, it’s sometimes scary to think about raising my children to be strong disciples of Jesus Christ. I often wonder how I can possibly teach them everything they will need to know to navigate an increasingly confusing world. 

"The Prince of Peace”

by Craig Lindquist

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The Book of Mormon: Another Testament of Jesus Christ.” These powerful words adorning the front covers of this book are a declaration of what we will find within its pages and a profound testimony that Jesus is indeed the Christ, all before we even open the book.

“O How Great the Plan of Our God”

by Michelle Pack

Come, Follow Me

In 2 Nephi 9, the Book of Mormon prophet Jacob explained the plan of salvation, central to which is the Atonement of Jesus Christ. In verse 7 he called it the “infinite atonement.” The word “infinite” brings up the idea of something that has no limits, that is too great to count, like the sands of the sea—something that can never end.

“After the Manner of Happiness”

by Lyndie Jackson

Come, Follow Me

After the Nephites separated from the Lamanites, they built a temple and lived the commandments of the Lord. They preached and learned the gospel of Jesus Christ together, and 2 Nephi 5:27 states it simply: “We lived after the manner of happiness.”