129 And he supposing that I spake of the brethren of the church and that I was truly that Laban whom I had slain, wherefore, he did follow me; 130 And he spake unto me many times concerning the elders of the Jews as I went forth unto my brethren which were without the wall. 131 And it came to pass that when Laman saw me, he was exceedingly frightened, and also Lemuel and Sam, 132 And they fled from before my presence, For they supposed it was Laban and that he had slain me and had sought to take away their lives also. 133 And it came to pass that I called after them and they did hear me; Wherefore, they did cease to flee from my presence. 134 And it came to pass that when the servant of Laban beheld my brethren, he began to tremble and was about to flee from before me and return to the City of Jerusalem. 135 And now I, Nephi, being a man large in stature, and also having received much strength of the Lord, Therefore, I did seize upon the servant of Laban and held him that he should not flee. 136 And it came to pass that I spake with him, that if he would hearken unto my words- as the Lord liveth and as I live- Even so, that if he would hearken unto our words, we would spare his life. 137 And I spake unto him even with an oath that he need not fear, That he should be a free man like unto us if he would go down in the wilderness with us. 138 And I also spake unto him, saying: "Surely the Lord hath commanded us to do this thing; And shall we not be diligent in keeping the commandment of the Lord? 139 Therefore, if thou wilt go down into the wilderness to my father, thou shalt have place with us." 140 And it came to pass that Zoram did take courage at the words which I spake; 141 Now Zoram was the name of the servant, And he promised that he would go down into the wilderness unto our father; 142 Yea, and he also made an oath unto us that he would tarry with us from that time forth. 143 Now we were desirous that he should tarry with us for this cause: That the Jews might not know concerning our flight into the wilderness, lest they should pursue us and destroy us. 144 And it came to pass that when Zoram had made an oath unto us, our fears did cease concerning him. 145 And it came to pass that we took the plates of brass and the servant of Laban and departed into the wilderness and journeyed unto the tent of our father. 146 And it came to pass that after we had come down into the wilderness unto our father, behold, he was filled with joy; And also my mother Sariah was exceeding glad, for she truly had mourned because of us, For she had supposed that we had perished in the wilderness. 147 And she also had complained against my father, telling him that he was a visionary man, saying: "Behold, thou hast led us forth from the land of our inheritance, And my sons are no more and we perish in the wilderness." 148 And after this manner of language had my mother complained against my father. 149 And it had come to pass that my father spake unto her, saying: "I know that I am a visionary man, For if I had not seen the things of God in a vision, I should not have known the goodness of God, but had tarried at Jerusalem and had perished with my brethren.
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.