55 Truths in the Book of Mormon(click to view larger)

Prayerfully studying the truths in the Book of Mormon can help you acquire the spiritual knowledge you need to guide your life and to answer questions that you or others may have. Here is a sample of the truths you can learn during your study of the Book of Mormon at seminary, at home, and at church. As you study, ponder, and pray over them, consider ways to share and act upon what you have learned to deepen your understanding, testimony, and conversion to these important truths.

Joseph Smith was a prophet in the last days.

Introduction to the Book of Mormon

The purpose of the Book of Mormon is to persuade all to believe in Jesus Christ.

The Lord commands us to marry and have children unto Him.

Trust God and you will be blessed.

Our eternal progression depends upon our ability to choose and act for ourselves.

God loves all His children perfectly.

We are all alike unto God.

In the last days people will reject prophets.

Prayers are often answered over a period of time.

Jesus was baptized to fulfill all righteousness.

To find truth, pray and study the word of God.

The Spirit teaches us to pray.

The Lord wants us to be chaste.

You receive blessings by keeping the commandments.

A seer knows the past, present, and future.

Refusing to forgive affects generations.

Resurrection is the uniting of spirit and body.

If you are truly converted, you will not fall away.

To nourish faith, have a desire to believe.

Procreation’s sacred power is for marriage.

Perfection is not required to obtain mercy.

Obey commandments with exactness to prevail.

Humility helps avoid pride and destruction.

The Savior always does the will of His Father.

The Savior atoned for the sins of all mankind.

We are commanded to follow the perfect example of Jesus Christ.

Watch and pray always to avoid temptation.

Christ invites us to repent and come unto Him.

As covenant people, our responsibility is to bless all nations.

When you act in faith, you gain spiritual knowledge.

Charity is the pure love of Christ.

Forgiveness from God is given when we seek with real intent.

Jesus Christ is the Savior, and Joseph Smith is His chosen prophet.

Introduction to the Book of Mormon

God always prepares a way for you to obey His commandments.

The Book of Mormon builds on the Bible’s witness of Christ.

We receive direction from God through faith, diligence, and obedience.

Learning is good if we follow God’s counsel.

We can be saved only through Jesus Christ.

The Book of Mormon was translated by the gift and power of God.

The words of Christ will tell you what to do.

The Spirit speaks the truth.

We serve God by serving others.

The natural man is an enemy to God.

God knows all things and is the source of all truth.

We covenant with the Lord through baptism.

The Lord gives us strength to endure trials.

Jesus Christ suffered for our sins, pains, and sicknesses.

Faith is not a perfect knowledge.

Learn to keep the commandments in your youth.

Christ is a sure foundation.

The Lord will fulfill all the words spoken through His prophets.

We pray in the name of Jesus Christ.

God works miracles according to our faith and His will.

Faith is hope for things that are true but not seen.

We can gain a testimony of the Book of Mormon as we read, ponder, and pray.