#BOMTC Mosiah 1 – Words of Mormon

Mosiah - Words of Mormon #BOMTC Study Schedule

Mosiah – Words of Mormon #BOMTC Study Schedule

Although most people read the Book of Mormon sequentially (starting at the beginning with 1 Nephi 1 and finishing with Moroni 10), research tends to favor the idea that when Oliver Cowdery began to scribe for Joseph Smith in April of 1829 that they most likely began the translation process in the book of Mosiah and concluded in Words of Mormon.

If you would like to study the Book of Mormon using the Mosiah-Words of Mormon #BOMTC study schedule, please use the following GOOGLE CALENDAR by clicking on the +Google Calendar button at the bottom-right corner of the calendar below.

#BOMTC +Google Calendar Button

Click on this button at the bottom-right corner of the Google calendar to add it to your schedule on your devices.

Mosiah-Words of Mormon

Links to #BOMTC Study-Resources:

  1. April 7, Mosiah 1-2
  2. April 8, Mosiah 3-4
  3. April 9, Mosiah 5-7
  4. April 10, Mosiah 8-10
  5. April 11, Mosiah 11-13
  6. April 12, Mosiah 14-17
  7. April 13, Mosiah 18-21
  8. April 14, Mosiah 22-25
  9. April 15, Mosiah 26-27
  10. April 16, Mosiah 28-Alma 1
  11. April 17, Alma 2-4
  12. April 18, Alma 5-6
  13. April 19, Alma 7-9
  14. April 20, Alma 10-11
  15. April 21, Alma 12-13
  16. April 22, Alma 14-16
  17. April 23, Alma 17-19
  18. April 24, Alma 20-22
  19. April 25, Alma 23-25
  20. April 26, Alma 26-29
  21. April 27, Alma 30-31
  22. April 28, Alma 32-33
  23. April 29, Alma 34-36
  24. April 30, Alma 37-39
  25. May 1, Alma 40-42
  26. May 2, Alma 43-45
  27. May 3, Alma 46-47
  28. May 4, Alma 48-50
  29. May 5, Alma 51-52
  30. May 6, Alma 53-56
  31. May 7, Alma 56-58
  32. May 8, Alma 59-61
  33. May 9, Alma 62-63
  34. May 10, Helaman 1-3
  35. May 11, Helaman 4-5
  36. May 12, Helaman 6-7
  37. May 13, Helaman 8-10
  38. May 14, Helaman 11-13
  39. May 15, Helaman 14-15
  40. May 16, Helaman 16-3 Nephi 2
  41. May 17, 3 Nephi 3-5
  42. May 18, 3 Nephi 6-7
  43. May 19, 3 Nephi 8-10
  44. May 20, 3 Nephi 11-13
  45. May 21, 3 Nephi 14-16
  46. May 22, 3 Nephi 17-19
  47. May 23, 3 Nephi 20-21
  48. May 24, 3 Nephi 22-26
  49. May 25, 3 Nephi 27-29
  50. May 26, 4 Nephi-Mormon 1
  51. May 27, Mormon 2-4
  52. May 28, Mormon 5-7
  53. May 29, Mormon 8-Ether 1
  54. May 30, Ether 2-3
  55. May 31, Ether 4-7
  56. June 1, Ether 8-10
  57. June 2, Ether 11-12
  58. June 3, Ether 13-15
  59. June 4, Moroni 1-7
  60. June 5, Moroni 8-9
  61. June 6, Moroni 10
  62. June 7, 1 Nephi 1-3
  63. June 8, 1 Nephi 4-6
  64. June 9, 1 Nephi 7-10
  65. June 10, 1 Nephi 11-13
  66. June 11, 1 Nephi 14-15
  67. June 12, 1 Nephi 16
  68. June 13, 1 Nephi 17-18
  69. June 14, 1 Nephi 19-21
  70. June 15, 1 Nephi 22-2 Nephi 1
  71. June 16, 2 Nephi 2
  72. June 17, 2 Nephi 3-5
  73. June 18, 2 Nephi 6-8
  74. June 19, 2 Nephi 9
  75. June 20, 2 Nephi 10-14
  76. June 21, 2 Nephi 15-19
  77. June 22, 2 Nephi 20-24
  78. June 23, 2 Nephi 25-26
  79. June 24, 2 Nephi 27-28
  80. June 25, 2 Nephi 29-31
  81. June 26, 2 Nephi 32-Jacob 1
  82. June 27, Jacob 2-4
  83. June 28, Jacob 5
  84. June 29, Jacob 6-Enos
  85. June 30, Jarom-Words of Mormon

Please see the article, “Book of Mormon Translation,” an official essay published by the Church, for greater insights regarding the translation of the Book of Mormon.

Printer's Manuscript of the Book of Mormon

The printer’s manuscript of the Book of Mormon rests on a table in this early 20th-century photograph. The book was published in 1830 in E. B. Grandin’s print shop in Palmyra, New York. Photo courtesy of Community of Christ Library Archives. (Source: https://www.lds.org/church/news/historians-share-insights-from-book-of-mormon-printers-manuscript)

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