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Saints In the South

By: Kenny Michael Joe Jackson
  • Summary

  • 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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Episodes
  • Alma 8-12: "Jesus Christ Will Come to Redeem His People"
    Jun 16 2024

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    From Come Follow Me:
    "God’s work will not fail. But our efforts to help with His work sometimes seem to fail—at least, we may not immediately see the outcomes we hope for. We might feel a little like Alma when he preached the gospel in Ammonihah—rejected, spit on, and cast out. Yet when an angel instructed him to go back and try again, Alma courageously “returned speedily” (Alma 8:18), and God prepared the way before him. Not only did He provide Alma with food to eat and a place to stay, but He also prepared Amulek, who became a fellow laborer, a fierce defender of the gospel, and a faithful friend. When we face setbacks and disappointments as we serve in the Lord’s kingdom, we can remember how God supported and led Alma, and we can trust that God will support and lead us too, even in difficult circumstances."

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    (The thoughts, ideas, and beliefs we express on this channel do not officially represent The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints. For additional information or official statements, please visit the website below. The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints: https://www.churchofjesuschrist.org/?lang=eng)

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    41 mins
  • Alma 5-7: "Have Ye Experienced This Mighty Change in Your Hearts?"
    Jun 9 2024

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    From Come Follow Me:
    "Alma did not know about today’s lifesaving heart transplant surgeries, which replace a damaged or diseased heart with a healthy one. But he knew about a more miraculous “change of heart” (Alma 5:26)—one in which the Savior gives us a newness of spiritual life, like being “born again” (see Alma 5:14, 49). Alma could see that this change of heart was exactly what many of the Nephites needed. Some were rich and others poor, some prideful and others humble, some persecutors and others afflicted by persecution (see Alma 4:6–15). But all of them needed to come unto Jesus Christ to be healed—just as we all do. Whether we are seeking to overcome pride or to endure afflictions, Alma’s message is the same: “Come and fear not” (Alma 7:15). Let the Savior change a hardened, sinful, or wounded heart into one that is humble, pure, and new."

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    Elenyi song referenced in this episode:
    https://youtu.be/9Z3pjXmNq2g?si=X6_lqguWheIJs-HC


    (The thoughts, ideas, and beliefs we express on this channel do not officially represent The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. For additional information or official statements, please visit the website below. The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints: https://www.churchofjesuschrist.org/?lang=eng)

    #ComeFollowMe #biblestudy #oldtestament #religion #churchofJesusChrist #ldspodcast #christianpodcast #missionary #lds #biblestories #Christ #faith #faithinchrist #scriptures #bookofmormon #temples #houseofthelord #mormon #mormonbeliefs #christiansandmormons #god #endure #ironrod #faithineveryfootstep #generalconference #prophets #followtheprophet #commandments #love #service #charity #keepstriving #keeponstriving #gospelgrowthandgoodtimes #become #newtestament #ProLDS #JosephSmith #GoldPlates

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    Living God's Way in an Ungodly World
    In a world that makes up its own rules, Christians need to focus on Who rules! The Christ!

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    57 mins
  • Mosiah 29 - Alma 4, "They Were Steadfast and Immovable"
    Jun 2 2024

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    From Come Follow Me:
    "Some might see King Mosiah’s proposal to replace kings with elected judges as merely wise political reform. But to the Nephites, especially those who lived under wicked King Noah, this change had spiritual significance too. They had seen how an unrighteous king had influenced his people, and they were “exceedingly anxious” to be free from such influence. This change would allow them to be responsible for their own righteousness and “answer for [their] own sins” (Mosiah 29:38).
    Of course, the end of the reign of kings did not mean the end of problems in Nephite society. Cunning people like Nehor and Amlici promoted false ideas, nonbelievers persecuted the Saints, and many members of the Church became prideful and fell away. Yet “the humble followers of God” remained “steadfast and immovable” despite what happened around them (Alma 4:15; 1:25)."

    Support the Show:
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    (The thoughts, ideas, and beliefs we express on this channel do not officially represent The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints. For additional information or official statements, please visit the website below... The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints: https://www.churchofjesuschrist.org/?lang=eng)

    #biblestudy #oldtestament #religion #churchofjesuschrist #ldspodcast #christianpodcast #missionary #lds #biblestories #christ #faith #faithinchrist #scriptures #bookofmormon #doctrineandcovenants #pearlofgreatprice #temples #houseofthelord #mormon #mormonbeliefs #christiansandmormons #god #endure #ironrod #faithineveryfootstep #generalconference #prophets #followtheprophet #commandments #love #service #charity #keepstriving #keeponstriving #gospelgrowthandgoodtimes #become #newtestament

    iMOM Podcast
    If you need a mom friend right now, you’ve come to the right place. On iMOM.com we...

    Listen on: Apple Podcasts Spotify

    Living God's Way in an Ungodly World
    In a world that makes up its own rules, Christians need to focus on Who rules! The Christ!

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    58 mins

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