In the Book of Mormon, the prophet, Alma, teaches the BEST sermon on faith. Each time I read it in Alma 32, my faith increases. This time as I’m reading it, I’m looking at the words with more discernment. In fact, one of the words Alma uses is a derivative of discernment: discernible:
…whatsoever is light, is good, because it is discernible…
What does he mean by this?
I looked up the definition of “discern: at Dictionary.com
Both definitions could apply to Alma’s directive:
1. “Light is perceived by sight or some other sense or by the intellect. See, recognize, apprehend.” It can also be felt by other senses. For example, light gives heat, so it can be felt.