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-XLVIII- The End of the Nephites

One Week of Studies
  1. Recite 3 Nephi 27:27.
    Read Mormon 6.
    • Verse 2: Put Cumorah on the map.
    • Verses 10-15: About how many people were killed?
    • Verses 17-22: Watch "O Ye Fair Ones" on the Book of Mormon Video.

  2. Recite Alma 37:35.
    Read Mormon 7
    • In this chapter, Mormon is talking directly to the American Indians in our day. This is the last chapter we have that was written by Mormon.
    • Verse 8: What is "the record which shall come unto the gentiles from the Jews"?

  3. Recite Alma 41:10.
    Read Mormon 8:1-22.
    • Everything in the Book of Mormon, from 1 Nephi to Mormon 7, were abridged or written by Mormon. Starting with this chapter, the rest of the Book of Mormon was abridged or written by Moroni.
    • Verse 1: Put Moroni in the Book of Mormon Record Keepers chart.
    • Verse 3: Put Mormon on the Heroes/Anti-Heroes chart.
    • Verse 16: What is the name of the person whom Moroni blesses in this verse?

  4. Recite Moroni 7:45.
    Read Mormon 8:23-41.
    • Verse 25: "These things" are the writings in the Book of Mormon.
    • Verses 26-32: This is describing the world at the time that the Book of Mormon is brought to the world. How many of these things are happening now?
    • Verses 33-41: Moroni is talking directly to us. Which of these things could you repent of?

  5. Recite Helaman 5:12.
    Read Mormon 9:1-20.
    • Verse 4: Can you se how it might be possible that we judge ourselves in the next life?
    • Verse 20: Miracles should be a natural, normal part of life for the true followers of Christ. What can you do to increase miracles in your life?

  6. Recite 3 Nephi 11:29.
    Read Mormon 9:21-37.
    • Verse 21: What great power is available to us!
    • Verses 27-29: Moroni gives his closing remarks as he finishes his father's record. Remember that he is talking directly to us. There's a lot of good council here.
    • This is the end of what Moroni wrote in his father's book, but Moroni went on to abridge the book of Ether, then he wrote his own book.

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