16 Wherefore, I will visit thy brethren according as I have said, And their transgressions will I bring down with sorrow upon their own heads." 17 And after that I, Enos, had heard these words, my faith began to be unshaken in the Lord, And I prayed unto Him with many long strugglings for my brethren the Lamanites. 18 And it came to pass that after I had prayed and labored with all diligence, the Lord said unto me: "I will grant unto thee according to thy desires because of thy faith." 19 And now behold, this was the desire which I desired of Him: That if it should so be that my people the Nephites, should fall into transgression and by any means be destroyed, and the Lamanites should not be destroyed, That the Lord God would preserve a record of my people the Nephites, 20 Even if it so be by the power of His holy arm, That it might be brought forth at some future day unto the Lamanites, that perhaps they might be brought unto salvation; 21 For at the present our strugglings were vain in restoring them to the true faith, 22 And they swore in their wrath that if it were possible they would destroy our records and us, and also all the traditions of our fathers. 23 Wherefore, I, knowing that the Lord God was able to preserve our records, I cried unto Him continually, 24 For He had said unto me: "Whatsoever thing ye shall ask in faith, believing that ye shall receive, in the name of Christ, ye shall receive it." 25 And I had faith and I did cry unto God that He would preserve the records; 26 And He covenanted with me that He would bring them forth unto the Lamanites in His own due time; 27 And I, Enos, knew that it would be according to the covenant which He had made, Wherefore, my soul did rest; 28 And the Lord said unto me: "Thy fathers have also required of Me this thing; And it shall be done unto them according to their faith, for their faith was like unto thine." 29 And now it came to pass that I, Enos, went about among the people of Nephi prophesying of things to come and testifying of the things which I had heard and seen; 30 And I bear record that the people of Nephi did seek diligently to restore the Lamanites unto the true faith in God, 31 But our labors were vain-their hatred was fixed, And they were led by their evil nature, that they became wild and ferocious and a bloodthirsty people, Full of idolatry and filthiness, 32 feeding upon beasts of prey, dwelling in tents, And wandering about in the wilderness with a short skin girded about their loins and their heads shaven; And their skill was in the bow and the scimitar and the axe; 33 And many of them did eat nothing, save it was raw meat; And they were continually seeking to destroy us. 34 And it came to pass that the people of Nephi did till the land, And raise all manner of grain and of fruit, and flocks of herds, and flocks of all manner of cattle of every kind, and goats, and wild goats, and also much horses. 35 And there were exceeding many prophets among us; 36 And the people were a stiff-necked people, hard to understand;
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.