Today’s App Message

Abraham 2:10

Question

This verse of the Abrahamic Covenant explains that every person who accepts the Gospel of Jesus Christ is adopted in as God’s covenant children. President Nelson invites each of us to pray to find those who are willing “to let God prevail” in their lives so we can assist in the gathering of God’s covenant people. What is something small that you can do today to help God in this work?

Scripture

10 And I will bless them through thy name; for as many as receive this Gospel shall be called after thy name, and shall be accounted thy seed, and shall rise up and bless thee, as their father;

Abraham 2:10

Quote

If we will allow it, there are many ways this Hebraic interpretation of Israel [“let God prevail”] can help us. Imagine how our prayers for our missionaries—and for our own efforts to gather Israel—could change with this concept in mind. We often pray that we and the missionaries will be led to those who are prepared to receive the truths of the restored gospel of Jesus Christ. I wonder, to whom will we be led when we plead to find those who are willing to let God prevail in their lives?
We may be led to some who have never believed in God or Jesus Christ but who are now yearning to learn about Them and Their plan of happiness. Others may have been “born in the covenant” but have since wandered away from the covenant path. They may now be ready to repent, return, and let God prevail. We can assist them by welcoming them with open arms and hearts. And some to whom we may be led may have always felt there was something missing in their lives. They too are longing for the wholeness and joy that come to those who are willing to let God prevail in their lives.
The gospel net to gather scattered Israel is expansive. There is room for each person who will fully embrace the gospel of Jesus Christ. Each convert becomes one of God’s covenant children, whether by birth or by adoption. Each becomes a full heir to all that God has promised the faithful children of Israel!

President Russell M. Nelson

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