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How the Story of Enos Came to Life for Me in the Newest Book of Mormon Video

As I have watched the Book of Mormon videos that have been released each Friday over the last few months, I have been surprised at how many details in the scriptures I have missed, understood differently, or forgotten. For instance, in this week's video, which shows us the story of Enos's mighty prayer, I was given a new insight into why Enos was so preoccupied with his salvation while he was out hunting. In the pages between the end of Jacob and the beginning of Enos, I missed making the connection that it might have been because he was just given a heavy spiritual responsibility to continue the record his father (and the Nephite prophet), Jacob, had been keeping. It really helped me feel and understand the longings of Enos' heart as he talked to his Savior in prayer. 

I'm excited to begin studying the Book of Mormon in Come, Follow Me this year and to have these new videos as another tool for learning about the Savior and those who follow Him in the scriptures. Check out the lastest Book of Mormon video below and see what new insights you gain, and also find a great new Come, Follow Me resource for this year's Book of Mormon study at the Sunday on Monday podcast.


Image titleSee the Book of Mormon come to life like never before in this series of short videos depicting stories and sacred teachings of the keystone of our religion. Produced by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, these videos will help you more fully understand the truths taught in the Book of Mormon and strengthen your testimony of its divine origins. *Available January 2020. Pre-order now!


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Jannalee Sandau

Jannalee started as an editorial intern at LDS Living in 2013 and loves that she still has the opportunity to write and share articles about Latter-day Saints every day. At work, Jannalee loves mining Church history for unique stories, and at home, if she isn't spending time with her sweetheart, Matthew, and her active little boy, you can probably find her scrapbooking or playing the piano.

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