41 And I command you to do these things in the fear of the Lord. 42 "And I command you to do these things and that ye have no king, That if these people commit sins and iniquities, they shall be answered upon their own heads; 43 For behold I say unto you, the sins of many people have been caused by the iniquities of their kings, Therefore, their iniquities are answered upon the heads of their kings. 44 "And now I desire that this inequality should be no more in this land, especially among this my people; 45 But I desire that this land be a land of liberty, And every man may enjoy his rights and privileges alike, so long as the Lord seeth fit that we may live and inherit the land, 46 Yea, even as long as any of our posterity remaineth upon the face of the land." 47 And many more things did King Mosiah write unto them, unfolding unto them all the trials and troubles of a righteous king, 48 Yea, all the travails of soul for their people, and also all the murmurings of the people to their king; And he explained it all unto them, 49 And he told them that these things had not ought to be, But that the burden should come upon all the people, that every man might bear his part. 50 And he also unfolded unto them all the disadvantages they labored under by having an unrighteous king to rule over them- 51 Yea, all his iniquities and abominations, And all the wars and contentions and bloodshed, And the stealing and the plundering, And the committing of whoredoms and all manner of iniquities which cannot be enumerated- 52 Telling them that these things ought not to be, that they were expressly repugnant to the commandments of God. 53 And now it came to pass after King Mosiah had sent these things forth among the people, they were convinced of the truth of his words; 54 Therefore, they relinquished their desires for a king and became exceedingly anxious that every man should have an equal chance throughout all the land, 55 Yea, and every man expressed a willingness to answer for his own sins. 56 Therefore, it came to pass that they assembled themselves together in bodies throughout the land to cast in their voices concerning who should be their judges, to judge them according to the law which had been given them. 57 And they were exceedingly rejoiced because of the liberty which had been granted unto them, 58 And they did wax strong in love toward Mosiah; Yea, they did esteem him more than any other man, 59 For they did not look upon him as a tyrant who was seeking for gain, yea, for that lucre which doth corrupt the soul, 60 For he had not exacted riches of them, neither had he delighted in the shedding of blood, But he had established peace in the land and he had granted unto his people that they should be delivered from all manner of bondage; 61 Therefore, they did esteem him, yea, exceedingly beyond measure.
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.