Thursday, February 5, 2009

HOPE In Christ Taught in The Book of Mormon


"To the honest in heart there lies enfolded in the pages of the Book of Mormon a distinct sense of hope, destiny, and life—an assurance of a better world. The lonely who seemingly have no one to love them, the bitter who blame others for their unfortunate state, the destitute who are bereft of even a minimal sustenance, the sick who know something of exquisite pain, the abused who are innocent victims, and all of us—even though beset by our mistakes or sins—can feel the power of hope embrace us as we reach for this book of books, the Book of Mormon." - F. Melvin Hammond

Where does this power of hope come from that is taught of in the Book of Mormon?  It comes from a clear understanding of the Atonement of Jesus Christ.

If you would like to learn more about the hope available to us in our daily lives, made possible by the Atonement of Jesus Christ, you can request a free copy of the Book of Mormon here or read more of the article I quoted by clicking here.

2 comments:

  1. someone was talking today on their blog about hope and the economy. It's certainly time to re-exam our lives in terms of who we put our hope in...hopefully our Savior.

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  2. My Dad always tells me stories about Jesus when i was young and that helped me a lot in gaining a strong testimony of Jesus Christ. And when i diligently started to read and ponder the Book of Mormon,I realized that the fondness i feel as a child is more like "Hope in Christ"...knowing that He will keep His promise and that i will see Him again if i do my best to obey Him.What a wonderful promise, it helps me conquer all my fears.

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