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  • Saints In The South is a group of friends who live in the south and are members of the The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day saints. We discuss current Sunday school curriculum, current events, and how the words of God are applied in our day. We strive to express faith promoting experiences and discuss social dynamics that are experienced all over the world as it pertains to faith and following God on this mortal journey. We hope to add our small voice to this huge world in helping build peoples Faith in Christ, as they try to fulfill their purpose in life. Our goal is to help you find joy and have fun living the gospel of Jesus Christ.
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  • May 22 2022

    From Come Follow Me:

    It had taken several generations, but the Lord’s promise was about to be fulfilled: the children of Israel were on the verge of inheriting the promised land. But in their way stood the Jordan River, the walls of Jericho, and a wicked but mighty people who had rejected the Lord (see 1 Nephi 17:35). On top of that, their beloved leader Moses was gone. The situation may have made some Israelites feel weak and fearful, but the Lord said, “Be strong and of a good courage.” Why should they feel this way? Not because of their own strength—or even Moses’s or Joshua’s—but because “the Lord thy God is with thee whithersoever thou goest” (Joshua 1:9). When we have our own rivers to cross and walls to bring down, wonderful things can happen in our lives, because it is “the Lord [who] will do wonders among [us]” (Joshua 3:5).

    #oldtestament #comefollowme #joshua #moses #churchofjesuschrist #churchofjesuschristoflatterdaysaints

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    43 mins
  • May 15 2022

    From Come Follow Me:

    Moses’s earthly ministry began on a mountain, when God spoke to him from a burning bush (see Exodus 3:1–10). It also ended on a mountain, more than 40 years later, when God gave Moses a glimpse of the promised land from the top of Mount Nebo (see Deuteronomy 34:1–4). Moses had spent his life preparing the children of Israel to enter that promised land, and the book of Deuteronomy records his final instructions, reminders, exhortations, and pleadings with the Israelites. Reading his words makes it clear that the real object of Moses’s ministry—the preparation the people needed—wasn’t about wilderness survival, conquering nations, or building a community. It was about learning to love God, obey Him, and remain loyal to Him. That’s the preparation we all need in order to enter the promised land of eternal life. So while Moses never set foot in the “land flowing with milk and honey” (Exodus 3:8), because of his faith and faithfulness, he did enter the promised land that God has prepared for all those who follow Him. #oldtestament #moses #thepromisedland #joshua #hearhim #churchofjesuschrist #churchofjesuschristoflatterdaysaints #faithinchrist #christian #mormon #christianleadership

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    33 mins
  • May 6 2022

    Join us this week.  

    Did Moses really want to die if leading the children of Israel going to be so burdensome?

    In Numbers 11:14-15 it reads....I am not able to bear all this people alone, because it is too heavy for me.  And if thou deal thus with me, kill me, I pray thee....

    From Come Follow Me:

    Even on foot, it wouldn’t normally take 40 years to travel from the wilderness of Sinai to the promised land in Canaan. But that’s how long the children of Israel needed, not to cover the geographical distance but to cover the spiritual distance: the distance between who they were and who the Lord needed them to become as His covenant people.

    The book of Numbers describes some of what happened during those 40 years, including lessons the children of Israel needed to learn before entering the promised land. They learned about being faithful to the Lord’s chosen servants (see Numbers 12). They learned about trusting the Lord’s power, even when the future seems hopeless (see Numbers 13–14). And they learned that being faithless or untrusting brings spiritual harm, but they could repent and look to the Savior for healing (see Numbers 21:4–9).

    We’re all like the Israelites in some ways. We all know what it’s like to be in a spiritual wilderness, and the same lessons they learned can help us prepare to enter our own promised land: eternal life with our Heavenly Father.

    #comefollowme #ldspodcast #oldtestament #moses #christianpodcast #childrenofisrael

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    39 mins

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