The Book of Mormon and the Everlasting Decree

The Book of Mormon contains multiple insights, but rising to the top are three main intrinsic messages that are directed to three specific groups of people. First and foremost is the “Fullness of the Gospel of Jesus Christ.” The second message found from beginning to the end is recorded in the Doctrine and Covenants as a: “Record of a Fallen People.” The third and final intrinsic message repeated throughout the text is connected to the land of promise and the freedoms that have been set upon that land “by the power of the Father” and an “Everlasting Decree” of God. The Book of Mormon contains the three intrinsic messages that have been written by inspired prophets and included under the direction of God, for the Latter-day reader. 1) The Gospel of Jesus Christ. 2) A Record of a Fallen People. 3)The Deed Restrictions of the Promised Land.

 

Discover the political and prophetic message of a book written for our time and place in history. Discover why the Nephite prophets living on the promised land of The Book of Mormon wanted to warn the "Gentile Nation" that would be living in the same land in the 'last days'. Learn why we should understand the third intrinsic message of this sacred text; "The Everlasting Decree" of the Lord, a decree that is connected to the Land itself, a decree that will guarantee our faith and freedom or will prove The Book of Mormon to be a historical prophecy of the loss of the 'faith, and freedom of our families.

The Book of Mormon and the Everlasting Decree

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  • Discover the political and prophetic message of a book written for our time and place in history. Discover why the Nephite prophets living on the promised land of The Book of Mormon wanted to warn the "Gentile Nation" that would be living in the same land in the 'last days'. Learn why we should understand the third intrinsic message of this sacred text; "The Everlasting Decree" of the Lord, a decree that is connected to the Land itself, a decree that will guarantee our faith and freedom or will prove The Book of Mormon to be a historical prophecy of the loss of the 'faith, and freedom of our families.