Moroni 6: The Church Should Meet Together Often

Book of Mormon Student Study Guide, (2000), 199

Have you ever felt that you could not do anything very important in the Church because you are young? Moroni gave some basic instructions to both young and old about their membership in the Church. As you read Moroni 6, ask yourself the following questions: What am I doing to help nourish my family and friends with “the good word of God”? What can I do to help make Church meetings more spiritually uplifting?

Understanding the Scriptures

Moroni 6

Fruit meet (v. 1)Works that show
Contrite (v. 2)Repentant
Wrought upon (v. 4)Changed
Nourished (v. 4)Fed
Merits (v. 4)Atonement and character, attributes, qualities
Blotted out (v. 7)Removed, erased
Real intent (v. 8)Full purpose of heart
Exhort (v. 9)Encourage, urge
Supplicate (v. 9)Humbly ask for blessings

Studying the Scriptures

Do activity A or B as you study Moroni 6.

Activity A iconExplain It to a Friend

Your friend has written you a letter explaining that she wants to join the Church. Read Moroni 6:1–4 and write a letter to her explaining:

  1. 1.

    The requirements for baptism.

  2. 2.

    What the Lord expects from her after she is baptized.

  3. 3.

    The help she will get from other members after she is baptized.

Activity B iconInterview a Church Leader

Interview a leader in your ward or branch or a family member and write his or her explanations of the following phrases from Moroni 6:5–9:

  1. 1.

    “Speak one with another concerning the welfare of their souls” (v. 5)

  2. 2.

    “Strict to observe that there should be no iniquity among them” (v. 7)

  3. 3.

    “Condemn them before the elders” (v. 7)

  4. 4.

    “They were forgiven” (v. 8)

  5. 5.

    “Meetings were conducted … after the manner of the workings of the Spirit” (v. 9)