Enos, Jarom and Omni

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Study Question: What have your ancestors done for you to bring you closer to the Saviour, whether or not they were religious? What legacies and examples have they set for YOU?

Summary: Enos prays fervently to the Lord for his repentance. He then prays for his people, and then his enemies. His people are struggling and are wicked. Jarom rejoices in the simplicity of the gospel and Gods plan for us. Many prophets and teachers teach the people with the spirit. In Omni we see how the leadership of the church is passed down, and finally King Benjamin reigns. He encourages his people and us to offer our souls to the Lord and serve others.

Scripture: Enos 1:4 And my soul hungered; and I kneeled down before my Maker, and I cried unto him in mighty prayer and supplication for mine own soul; and all the day long did I cry unto him; yea, and when the night came I did still raise my voice high that it reached the heavens.

Aimee K: All prophets of God testify of Christ – especially in the Book of Mormon. I love how Jarom exhorted the people to “believe in [Christ] to come as though he already was” (v. 11). What if we believed in Christ as if he were here? In a way, he IS here with us, we just have to see him in our lives

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