Category Archives: Mosiah

Mosiah 2:9 — LeGrand Baker — ears to hear

Mosiah 2:9 — LeGrand Baker — ears to hear Mosiah 2:9 9   … that you should hearken unto me, and open your ears that ye may hear, and your hearts that ye may understand, and your minds that the … Continue reading

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Mosiah 2:37 — LeGrand Baker — ‘ye are temples’

Mosiah 2:37 — LeGrand Baker — ‘ye are temples’ Mosiah 2:37 37    I say unto you, that the man that doeth this, the same cometh out in open rebellion against God; therefore he listeth to obey the evil spirit, and … Continue reading

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Mosiah 3:7 — LeGrand Baker — Orson F. Whitney’s testimony

Mosiah 3:7 — LeGrand Baker — Orson F. Whitney’s testimony Mosiah 3:7 7     And lo, he shall suffer temptations, and pain of body, hunger, thirst, and fatigue, even more than man can suffer, except it be unto death; … Continue reading

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Mosiah 3:7-8, thoughts on the Atonement, LeGrand Baker

Mosiah 3:7-8, thoughts on the Atonement, LeGrand Baker A friend asked me if the Atonement happened in the Garden or on the cross. This is my response. – – – – – – – – – – – – – … Continue reading

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Mosiah 3:19 — LeGrand Baker — Beatitudes and King Benjamin

Mosiah 3:19 — LeGrand Baker — Beatitudes and King Benjamin Mosiah 3:19 19    For the natural man is an enemy to God, and has been from the fall of Adam, and will be, forever and ever, unless he yields … Continue reading

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Mosiah 3:25 — LeGrand Baker — the mirror that reflects the soul

Mosiah 3:25 — LeGrand Baker — the mirror that reflects the soul Mosiah 3:25 25    And if they be evil they are consigned to an awful view of their own guilt….” The context of this scripture has to do … Continue reading

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Mosiah 4:5,11 — LeGrand Baker — human ‘nothingness’

Mosiah 4:5,11 — LeGrand Baker — human ‘nothingness’ At first reading, King Benjamin’s words seem to be an exercise in contradiction, or at least in confusion. This is the way he describes the people: 5    For behold, if the knowledge … Continue reading

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