6 And now I, Amaron, write the things whatsoever I write, which are few, in the book of my father; 7 Behold, it came to pass that three hundred and twenty years had passed away and the more wicked part of the Nephites were destroyed, 8 For the Lord would not suffer-after He had led them out of the Land of Jerusalem and kept and preserved them from falling into the hands of their enemies- Yea, He would not suffer that the words should not be verified which He spake unto our fathers, saying that, "Inasmuch as ye will not keep My commandments, ye shall not prosper in the land." 9 Wherefore, the Lord did visit them in great judgment; Nevertheless, He did spare the righteous, that they should not perish, but did deliver them out of the hands of their enemies. 10 And it came to pass that I did deliver the plates unto my brother Chemish. 11 Now I, Chemish, write what few things I write in the same book with my brother; For behold, I saw the last which he wrote, that he wrote it with his own hand, And he wrote it in the day that he delivered them unto me; 12 And after this manner we keep the records, for it is according to the commandments of our fathers; And I make an end. 13 Behold, I, Abinadom, I am the son of Chemish; 14 Behold, it came to pass that I saw much war and contention between my people the Nephites and the Lamanites; 15 And I with mine own sword have taken the lives of many of the Lamanites in the defense of my brethren; 16 And behold, the record of this people is engraven upon plates which is had by the kings, according to the generations; 17 And I know of no revelation, save that which has been written, neither prophecy; Wherefore, that which is sufficient is written; And I make an end. 18 Behold, I am Amaleki, the son of Abinadom; 19 Behold, I will speak unto you somewhat concerning Mosiah, which was made king over the Land of Zarahemla; 20 For behold, he being warned of the Lord that he should flee out of the Land of Nephi, And as many as would hearken unto the voice of the Lord should also depart out of the land with him into the wilderness. 21 And it came to pass that he did according as the Lord had commanded him, 22 And they departed out of the land into the wilderness, as many as would hearken unto the voice of the Lord; And they were led by many preachings and prophesyings, 23 And they were admonished continually by the word of God; And they were led by the power of His arm through the wilderness, until they came down into the land which is called the Land of Zarahemla, 24 And they discovered a people which were called the people of Zarahemla. 25 Now there was great rejoicing among the people of Zarahemla, And also Zarahemla did rejoice exceedingly because that the Lord had sent the people of Mosiah with the plates of brass which contained the record of the Jews. 26 Behold, it came to pass that Mosiah discovered that the people of Zarahemla came out from Jerusalem at the time that Zedekiah, king of Judah, was carried away captive into Babylon;
Jesus reveals himself to a notable Jewish scientist.
Dr. James Tour shares his life-changing testimony of Jesus here:
"Yea, when ye shall call upon the Father in my name, with a broken heart and a contrite spirit, then shall ye know that the Father hath remembered the covenant which he made unto your fathers, O house of Israel;"
"And I will pour upon the house of David, and upon the inhabitants of Jerusalem, the spirit of grace and of supplications; and they shall look upon me whom they have pierced, and they shall mourn for him, as one mourneth for his only son, and shall be in bitterness for him, as one that is in bitterness for his firstborn.