With its compelling story, fascinating characters, and fascinating story lines, this story is not only a compelling read, but one I feel is better for the soul than the Bible.
But I think that is because I have read the Book of Mormons first and have been taught the Bible first.
I’m not alone in this opinion.
We’ve all been taught from an early age that we are supposed to be looking for the one true God.
The Book of Abraham is often touted as the most biblical book, and yet it is actually much more than that.
Abraham is also the one who founded the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, and we have the opportunity to study the Book today because it is available in digital format for the first time in the United States.
We can look at this Book of Moses and see a man who lived during the reign of Pharaoh who was willing to give up his son Isaac to save his people.
Abraham gave up his life to save the Israelites.
We have a great story told in the Book in Exodus, in which Moses is taken prisoner by the Philistines, and the Philistine leader, Meshunki, tells Moses to make an oath that if he will not give up Isaac, he will burn him alive.
So what if Abraham was not the father of Jesus?
It was he who taught the Hebrews to worship God in the first place, and it is he who founded our nation.
We do not need to look to the Bible to understand why the Book is better.
There is plenty to admire in it, but the truth is that it is a story of faith and love.
It is a tale of faith that goes beyond the story of a prophet.
It also teaches us to love those who love us, and God will reward those who keep His commandments.
It teaches us that the Bible is not simply a book of rules and laws, but a love story that tells us that God loves us because He loves us.
That is what the Book has taught us and I am convinced that it will teach us even more in the coming years as we delve deeper into our faith.
We may find ourselves praying for more than just our own salvation, we may find that our hearts are warming up and our spirits are high.