Tuesday, October 23, 2012

Post 45s During this General Election Season Here in the United States of America, With Mitt Romney being the Republican Candidate for President of the United States of America, Much Has Been Mentioned About His Being a Member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in the Media. One Comment that Has Been Made From Time to Time In the Media by Various Persons is that Mormons are Not Really Christians! Beginning With Last Week's Blog Post I Began a Series of Posts in Which I Quote from the Book of Mormon, Another Testament of Jesus Christ, Examples of How Jesus Christ, the Savior of the World is One of the Most Emphasized Topics in that Key Book of Scriptures Which is Published by the Church to Which Mitt Romney Belongs!

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King Benjamin Preaches to the Nephites. -by Gary Kapp

In about 124 B.C., according to my understanding, somewhere on the West Coast of what is now Baja California, a king of a people whose ancestors had migrated under the guidance of God from Jerusalem to that location in the Western Hemisphere prepared to turn over his kingdom to his son, Mosiah. Prior to doing so he taught his people who had all gathered together at his request from all over his kingdom, things he knew they needed to know.

From the record of King Benjamin's very important speech to the people of his nation over which he had governed for some time, we learn of his stressing the role of Jesus Christ who was to be born on this earth in about 124 years from the time his speech was given.

I now provide each of you the opportunity to read and and also listen to three separate chapters from the Book of Mormon, Another Testament of Jesus Christ. Please pay close attention to the great emphasis King Benjamin places on the role Jesus Christ, the Son of God, should have in his peoples' lives and in our lives as well!


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