Moroni saw me daily
Repentance is the power to grab happiness by the horns and achieve it through the power of the Atonement of Jesus Christ. How? Jesus paid the price for all people to change our lives in a way that we can incrementally find our way to perfection daily as taught by President Russel M. Nelson with clarion invitation in the following:
"When Jesus asks you and me to “repent," President Nelson instructs at the April General Conference of the Church of Jesus Christ, "He is inviting us to change our mind, our knowledge, our spirit —even the way we breathe. He is asking us to change the way we love, think, serve, spend our time, treat our wives, teach our children, and even care for our bodies." 1
Change, is the word of God to us in this day of so much turmoil in spirit. Repenting is not about being evil and changing to good only, but about being what we are and making small changes to be more of it daily. "Nothing is more liberating," President Nelson promises, "more ennobling, or more crucial to our individual progression than is a regular, daily focus on repentance." 1
Why is every day repentance "liberating", "ennobling" or "crucial?"
Moroni, speaking of the ancient prophet Ether said this man "did cry from the morning," as does the modern prophet President Nelson, like a clarion, doing so "even until the going down of the sun, exhorting the people to believe in God unto repentance lest they should be destroyed." 2. President Nelson warns "The adversary is quadrupling his efforts to disrupt testimonies and impede the work of the Lord. He is arming his minions with potent weapons to keep us from partaking of the joy and love of the Lord." 1
Ether assures through the ministration of Moroni, "by faith all things are fulfilled--
Wherefore, whoso believeth in God might with surety hope for a better world," through the act of repentance, changing for the better in daily increments. He continues quoting Ether that through this repentance, we can hope for "even a place at the right hand of God, which hope cometh of faith, maketh an anchor to the souls of men" 2
Moroni suggest through Ethers words that repentance, changing a little each day as President Nelson teaches in the way "we love, think, serve, spend our time, treat our wives, teach our children, and even care for our bodies" will have the effect of helping us be "sure and steadfast, always abounding in good works, being led to glorify God," 2.
Daily repenting, changing for the better by improving ourselves is how God makes people perfect as His son commanded us to be. What has Moroni seen in you?
We Can Do Better and Be Better 1
Ether 12:3-4 - 2