Sunday, June 23, 2013

Thoughts on the Book of Mormon

From Neal A. Maxwell, But for a Small Moment (Salt Lake City: Bookcraft, 1986), 18.

Individuals and settings of obscurity are not unusual to the Lord's purposes. Meridian-day Christianity was initiated on a very small geographical scale and with comparatively few people. The larger, busy world paid little heed to it. Likewise with the Book of Mormon peoples. Whether located in Meso-America or elsewhere, they were one people among many peoples on this planet and perhaps even on the western hemisphere. Lack of knowledge of and communication with others was the factor here.