97 "And now behold, it was these-my sons and those men which had been selected to convey the prisoners- to whom we owe this great victory, For it was they who did beat the Lamanites; Therefore, they were driven back to the City of Manti, 98 And we retained our City Cumeni and were not all destroyed by the sword; Nevertheless, we had suffered great loss. 99 "And it came to pass that after the Lamanites had fled, I immediately gave orders that my men which had been wounded should be taken from among the dead and caused that their wounds should be dressed. 100 "And it came to pass that there were two hundred out of my two thousand and sixty which had fainted because of the loss of blood; 101 Nevertheless, according to the goodness of God-and to our great astonishment, and also the joy of our whole army-there was not one soul of them which did perish, Yea, and neither was there one soul among them which had not received many wounds; 102 And now, their preservation was astonishing to our whole army, Yea, that they should be spared while there was a thousand of our brethren which were slain. 103 "And we do justly ascribe it to the miraculous power of God, because of their exceeding faith in that which they had been taught to believe- That there was a just God, And whosoever did not doubt, that they should be preserved by His marvelous power. 104 "Now this was the faith of these of which I have spoken; They are young and their minds are firm, And they do put their trust in God continually. 105 "And now it came to pass that after we had thus taken care of our wounded men and had buried our dead, and also the dead of the Lamanites, which were many, Behold, we did inquire of Gid concerning the prisoners which they had started to go down to the Land of Zarahemla with; 106 Now Gid was the chief captain over the band which was appointed to guard them down to that land. 107 "And now, these are the words which Gid said unto me: 'Behold, we did start to go down to the Land of Zarahemla with our prisoners; 108 And it came to pass that we did meet the spies of our armies which had been sent out to watch the camp of the Lamanites, 109 And they cried unto us, saying: "Behold, the armies of the Lamanites are a marching toward the City of Cumeni; And behold, they will fall upon them and will destroy our people!" 110 'And it came to pass that our prisoners did hear their cries, which caused them to take courage; And they did raise up in rebellion against us. 111 'And it came to pass because of their rebellion, we did cause that our swords should come upon them. 112 'And it came to pass that they did, in a body, run upon our swords, in the which the greater number of them were slain, And the remainder of them broke through and fled from us. 113 'And behold, when they had fled and we could not overtake them, we took our march with speed toward the City Cumeni; And behold, we did arrive in time that we might assist our brethren in preserving the city. 114 'And behold, we are again delivered out of the hands of our enemies; 115 And blessed is the name of our God! For behold, it is He that hath delivered us, yea, that hath done this great thing for us.' 116 "Now it came to pass that when I, Helaman, had heard these words of Gid, I was filled with exceeding joy, Because of the goodness of God in preserving us that we might not all perish; 117 Yea, and I trust that the souls of them which have been slain have entered into the rest of their God.
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.