Moses' fear was that his people would get complacent in the Promised Land, and eventually forget about the Lord their God. In today's episode, we'll discuss how you and I are also at risk of spiritual complacency, and what we can do to ensure that our families stay strong and return united to our God.
As Moses and the Israelites traveled towards the promised land, they continued to complain against the Lord, even to the point of wanting to go back to Egypt, which delayed their eternal progression. But the Lord never forsook them, and protected them from forces that might have stopped their journey completely. Today we discuss how the Lord protects you and me in this same way, whether we believe or not.
When the Lord asked the Israelites to build him a tabernacle, some chose not to respond. Today we'll discuss how the same thing happens today with the Lord's people, and maybe even with us personally.
How is it that the Israelites continued to disobey God after witnessing so many miracles? In today's episode, we compare the Israelites choice to worship a Golden Calf to our own daily interactions with the world around us.
When Moses was on the brink of burnout in his new role as Israel's leader, in order to ensure his survival and that of his people he had to learn one of the most valuable lessons in leadership...how to let go and rely on others to help carry the burden.
The Lord has called prophets and apostles to guide his people today, just as he did thousands of years ago with prophets like Moses. Today we reflect on whether we have the tendency to murmur against the Lord's prophet, just as the Israelites did as Moses tried to bring them to the promised land.
In today's episode we discuss the transformation of Judah, from selling Joseph into slavery to protecting Benjamin with his life, and what you and I can learn as we go through our own personal transformations.
What happens when you don't stand up for what's right, because you worry about what others will think you? Today we'll discuss what happened when Reuben faced this dilemma in the book of Genesis, and the lifetime of regret that followed.
Doctrine & Covenants 3:7-9