Mormon’s Synagogue Address


Moroni 7:2–3

Mormon speaks to those of his brethren of the church who have obtained hope of entering into the rest of the Lord.

And now I, Mormon, speak unto you, my beloved brethren; and it is by the grace of God the Father, and our Lord Jesus Christ, and his holy will, because of the gift of his calling unto me, that I am permitted to speak unto you at this time. Wherefore, I would speak unto you that are of the church, that are the peaceable followers of Christ, and that have obtained a sufficient hope by which ye can enter into the rest of the Lord, from this time henceforth until ye shall rest with him in heaven.

Moroni 7:4

Mormon assesses this is the case based on his brethren’s demeanor with respect to others.

And now my brethren, I judge these things of you because of your peaceable walk with the children of men.