69 And it came to pass that Alma and his people departed into the wilderness; And when they had traveled all day, they pitched their tents in a valley; And they called the name of the valley Alma because he led their way in the wilderness. 70 Yea, and in the Valley of Alma they poured out their thanks to God because He had been merciful unto them and eased their burdens and had delivered them out of bondage, 71 For they were in bondage and none could deliver them except it were the Lord their God; 72 And they gave thanks to God, Yea, all their men and all their women and all their children that could speak lifted their voices in the praises of their God. 73 And now the Lord said unto Alma: "Haste thee and get thou and this people out of this land, for the Lamanites have awakened and doth pursue thee; 74 Therefore, get thee out of this land, And I will stop the Lamanites in this valley, that they come no further in pursuit of this people." 75 And it came to pass that they departed out of the valley and took their journey into the wilderness. 76 And it came to pass that after they had been in the wilderness twelve days, they arrived to the Land of Zarahemla; And King Mosiah did also receive them with joy. 77 And now King Mosiah caused that all the people should be gathered together. 78 Now there were not so many of the children of Nephi, or so many of those which were descendants of Nephi, as there were of the people of Zarahemla, which was a descendant of Mulek and those which came with him into the wilderness; 79 And there were not so many of the people of Nephi and of the people of Zarahemla as there were of the Lamanites, Yea, they were not half so numerous. 80 And now all the people of Nephi were assembled together, And also all the people of Zarahemla; And they were gathered together in two bodies. 81 And it came to pass that Mosiah did read, and caused to be read, the records of Zeniff to his people, Yea, he read the records of the people of Zeniff from the time they left the Land of Zarahemla until the time they returned again; 82 And he also read the account of Alma and his brethren and all their afflictions from the time they left the Land of Zarahemla until the time they returned again. 83 And now when Mosiah had made an end of reading the records, his people which tarried in the land were struck with wonder and amazement, for they knew not what to think; 84 For when they beheld those that had been delivered out of bondage, they were filled with exceeding great joy. 85 And again, when they thought of their brethren which had been slain by the Lamanites, they were filled with sorrow and even shed many tears of sorrow. 86 And again, when they thought of the immediate goodness of God and His power in delivering Alma and his brethren out of the hands of the Lamanites and of bondage, they did raise their voices and gave thanks to God. 87 And again, when they thought upon the Lamanites which were their brethren, of their sinful and polluted state, they were filled with pain and anguish for the welfare of their souls. 88 And it came to pass that when those which were the children of Amulon and his brethren-which had taken to wife the daughters of the Lamanites- They were displeased with the conduct of their fathers, 89 And they would no longer be called by the names of their fathers; Therefore, they took upon themselves the name of Nephi, that they might be called the children of Nephi and be numbered among those which were called Nephites.
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.