164 And so great was their astonishment that they fell to the earth and understood not the words which he spake unto them. 165 Nevertheless, he cried again, saying: "Alma, arise and stand forth! for why persecuteth thou the church of God? 166 For the Lord hath said, 'This is My church and I will establish it and nothing shall overthrow it, save it is the transgression of My people.'" 167 And again the angel saith: "Behold, the Lord hath heard the prayers of His people, and also the prayers of His servant Alma, which is thy father, 168 For he hath prayed with much faith concerning thee, that thou mightest be brought to the knowledge of the truth; 169 Therefore, for this purpose have I come to convince thee of the power and authority of God, that the prayers of His servants might be answered according to their faith. 170 "And now behold, can ye dispute the power of God? 171 For behold, doth not my voice shake the earth? 172 And can ye not also behold me before you? 173 And I am sent from God. 174 "Now I say unto thee, Go, And remember the captivity of thy fathers in the Land of Helam and in the Land of Nephi, And remember how great things He hath done for them, for they were in bondage and He hath delivered them. 175 "And now I say unto thee, Alma, Go thy way and seek to destroy the church no more, that their prayers may be answered; And this even if thou wilt of thyself be cast off." 176 And now it came to pass that these were the last words which the angel spake unto Alma, And he departed. 177 And now Alma and those that were with him fell again to the earth, for great was their astonishment; For with their own eyes they had beheld an angel of the Lord and his voice was as thunder which shook the earth, 178 And they knew that there was nothing save the power of God that could shake the earth and cause it to tremble as though it would part asunder. 179 And now the astonishment of Alma was so great that he became dumb, that he could not open his mouth, Yea, and he became weak, even that he could not move his hands; 180 Therefore, he was taken by those that were with him and carried helpless, even until he was laid before his father; 181 And they rehearsed unto his father all that had happened unto them, And his father rejoiced, for he knew that it was the power of God. 182 And he caused that a multitude should be gathered together, that they might witness what the Lord had done for his son, and also for those that were with him; 183 And he caused that the priests should assemble themselves together; And they began to fast and to pray to the Lord their God that He would open the mouth of Alma, that he might speak, 184 And also that his limbs might receive their strength, That the eyes of the people might be opened to see and know of the goodness and glory of 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.