Posts about liberty

Think U.S. elections are contentious? Try Nephite elections!

Elections have been on my mind recently, as I’m sure they have been on all of ours. 4 years ago, we experience the most divisive election in my lifetime. But by all available data, it looks like this one is...

The Lamanite, the lock-down, and our Liberty

This week in Come Follow Me, we studied the discourse of Samuel the Lamanite on the wall of Zarahemla. Take note of the reaction of the people. In the first few verses of Helaman 16, we read that there were...

Hello, my name is Gideon

This past week in Come Follow Me, covering Mosiah 29 through Alma 4, we read about the death of one of my favorite Book of Mormon heroes. No, not Alma the Elder. No, not King Mosiah. No, definitely not Nehor....

The easy way and the hard way

This may come as a surprise to many of you, but sometimes my children don’t listen.

Take bedtime, for instance. At the end of the day, my 4-year-old son and I both know how things are going to end. If...

A prison built with our own hands

Captains Moroni, Teancum, and Lehi have just combined forces and decoyed the Lamanites out of the city of Mulek. The battle was fierce but short. Fortunately, the wearied Lamanites gave up quickly, with most of both armies left intact. When...

Liberty which binds us

Yet another post about the battle of Captain Moroni v. Zerahemnah and friends. I can’t seem to get out of these two chapters. I’m beginning to think I should have called this blog “Power in Alma 44.” Anyways, here’s the...

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