Book of Mormon Is Like a Blog? What It Can Teach About Blogging the Gospel

In 1991, Elder Robert E. Wells, then a member of the First Quorum of the Seventy, related personal insight regarding the Liahona in a keynote address at the Sperry Symposium on the Book of Mormon.

Not only did the curious ball guide Lehi's family in the wilderness, but "a new writing, which was plain to be read" appeared on the pointers to give them "understanding concerning the ways of the Lord; and it was written and changed from time to time, according to their faith, diligence and heed (1 Nephi 16:28-29)." Elder Wells likened this phenomenon to reading the Book of Mormon.

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