198 Then shall they confess, who live without God in the world, that the judgment of an everlasting punishment is just upon them; 199 And they shall quake and tremble and shrink beneath the glance of His all-searching eye." 200 And now it came to pass that Alma began from this time forward to teach the people, And those which were with Alma at the time the angel appeared unto them, 201 Traveling round about through all the land, Publishing to all the people the things which they had heard and seen, And preaching the word of God in much tribulation, being greatly persecuted by those which were unbelievers, being smitten by many of them. 202 But notwithstanding all this, they did impart much consolation to the church, confirming their faith, And exhorting them with longsuffering and much travail to keep the commandments of God. 203 And four of them were the sons of Mosiah, And their names were Ammon and Aaron and Omner and Himni; These were the names of the sons of Mosiah. 204 And after they had traveled throughout all the Land of Zarahemla and among all the people which were under the reign of King Mosiah, Zealously striving to repair all the injuries which they had done to the church, 205 Confessing all their sins, And publishing all the things which they had seen, And explaining the prophecies and the scriptures to all who desired to hear them- 206 And thus they were instruments in the hands of God in bringing many to the knowledge of the truth, Yea, to the knowledge of their Redeemer. 207 And how blessed are they! for they did publish peace; They did publish good tidings of good, And they did declare unto the people that the Lord reigneth.
Mosiah 12 1 Now it came to pass that after the sons of Mosiah had done all these things, they took a small number with them and returned to their father, the king, And desired of him that he would grant unto them that they might, with those whom they had selected, go up to the Land of Nephi, 2 That they might preach the things which they had heard and that they might impart the word of God to their brethren, the Lamanites, That perhaps they might bring them to the knowledge of the Lord their God and convince them of the iniquity of their fathers; 3 And that perhaps they might cure them of their hatred toward the Nephites, That they might also be brought to rejoice in the Lord their God, 4 That they might become friendly to one another and that there should be no more contentions in all the land which the Lord their God hath given them. 5 Now they were desirous that salvation should be declared to every creature, for they could not bear that any human soul should perish; 6 Yea, even the very thoughts that any soul should endure endless torment did cause them to quake and tremble. 7 And thus did the Spirit of the Lord work upon them, for they were the very vilest of sinners; 8 And the Lord saw fit in His infinite mercy to spare them; Nevertheless, they suffered much anguish of soul because of their iniquities, And suffering much, fearing that they should be cast off forever. 9 And it came to pass that they did plead with their father many days, that they might go up to the Land of Nephi. 10 And it came to pass that King Mosiah went and inquired of the Lord if he should let his sons go up among the Lamanites to preach the word. 11 And the Lord said unto Mosiah: "Let them go up, for many shall believe on their words and they shall have eternal life; And I will deliver thy sons out of the hands of the Lamanites."
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.