Authors: John Hilton III and Brad Wilcox
Release Date: October 2013
Publisher: Deseret Book
WOW! WOW! and WOW!
We already know that Brad Wilcox and John Hilton III are phenomenal authors...
But this book has the ability to not only change lives, but to further our progression in becoming more Christ-like.
These two amazing men have found all of the questions that are in the book of Mormon...there are 543 to be exact.
52 questions are in this book as a 'read and ponder one question a week for a year.'
Can you even imagine what your life would be like 52 weeks from now if you really studied and answered questions like:
*Wherefore can ye doubt?
*Shall we not be diligent in keeping the commandments of the Lord?
*Whither shall I go?
*How is it that he cannot instruct me?
*and Why should my heart weep?
Stories and examples teach us how to apply each question to our own lives.
"The weak are not discovered by their questions~
but by when they stop questioning."
"People are not wrong when they doubt~
but when they fail to do something about their doubts."
The question I have been studying this week is: Why do ye smite your younger brother with a rod?
Do I smite my brother? Not with a rod~but sometimes I find myself smiting them with my tongue (gossiping) or my thoughts (especially if I am frustrated with someone)...
Very interesting...didn't realize what I was really doing...must work on that!
SO WORTH STUDYING!
HIGHLY RECOMMEND IT!
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Brad Wilcox is a professor of teacher education at BYU, where he also works with Especially for Youth and Education Week programs. He served a mission to Chile and later presided over the Chile Santiago East Mission. He currently serves as a member of the Sunday School general board. Brad and his wife, Debi, are the parents of four children and grandparents of three. He is also the author of The Continuous Atonement and The Continuous Conversion.
John Hilton III teaches in Religious Education at Brigham Young University. He has degrees from BYUand Harvard and has taught at Especially for Youth and BYU Education Week. John and his wife, Lani, have six children and reside in Utah. John’s published books include Why? and How? and he collaborated with Brad Wilcox and others on Armor Up and Suit Up. For more information visitwww.johnhiltoniii.com
(A review copy was provided for this review. However, all reviews are of my own opinion :)