A young bishop in England describes how the Book of Mormon came to life for him and changed his perspective forever.
Lisa A. Johnson, “The Book of Mormon Is a Family History for ‘The Jets,’” Ensign or Liahona, Aug. 1987
Obedience, hard work, and faith sustain a successful performing group.
Preserved through the centuries for our day, the Book of Mormon is helping Mexican youth build the testimonies they’ll need to weather the storms of life.
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I know that each of us can obtain a true testimony of the Book of Mormon and of all scriptures. As those scriptures teach, “By the power of the Holy Ghost ye may know the truth of all things” (Moro. 10:5).
I promised myself I would read the entire book. I was familiar with stories in the Book of Mormon but had never read it all the way through. Now I meant to keep my promise.
When I heard about the Book of Mormon, I was intrigued. When I prayed about it, the Spirit told me it was true.
My concerns were troubling, but their resolution was quick, inspired, and, I think, no coincidence.
“The Book of Mormon, for me, is a book of scripture,” I told my professor. “I would like to hear your reasons for calling it a forgery.”
Believing the Book of Mormon is true was only the beginning.
Imagine my surprise when, as I opened the book, I saw a picture of my family taken 25 years before. Beneath the picture was a testimony written by my father.
A book with gold letters on the cover became a treasure to one searching for the truth.
That night, I read the Book of Mormon all evening. When I went to bed, I had a warm and good feeling, and I knew Heavenly Father would give me the courage to keep trying after every closed door.