1 Now when Ammon and his brethren separated themselves in the borders of the land of the Lamanites, Behold, Aaron took his journey toward the land which was called by the Lamanites, Jerusalem, calling it after the land of their fathers' nativity; And it was away joining the borders of Mormon; 2 Now the Lamanites and the Amalekites and the people of Amulon had built a great city which was called Jerusalem. 3 Now the Lamanites of themselves were sufficiently hardened, but the Amalekites and the Amulonites were still harder; Therefore, they did cause the Lamanites that they should harden their hearts, that they should wax stronger in wickedness and their abominations. 4 And it came to pass that Aaron came to the City of Jerusalem and firstly began to preach to the Amalekites; 5 And he began to preach to them in their synagogues, for they had built synagogues after the order of the Nehors, for many of the Amalekites and the Amulonites were after the order of the Nehors. 6 Therefore, as Aaron entered into one of their synagogues to preach unto the people, and as he was speaking unto them, Behold, there arose an Amalekite and began to contend with him, saying: 7 "What is that, that thou hast testified? Hast thou seen an angel? Why do not angels appear unto us? Behold, are not this people as good as thy people? Thou also sayest except we repent, we shall perish; 8 How knowest thou the thought and intent of our heart? How knowest thou that we have cause to repent? How knowest thou that we are not a righteous people? 9 Behold, we have built sanctuaries and we do assemble ourselves together to worship God; We do believe that God will save all men." 10 Now Aaron said unto him: "Believest thou that the Son of God shall come to redeem mankind from their sins?" 11 And the man saith unto him: "We do not believe that thou knowest any such thing; We do not believe in these foolish traditions; 12 We do not believe that thou knowest of things to come; Neither do we believe that thy fathers and also that our fathers did know concerning the things which they spake, of that which is to come." 13 Now Aaron began to open the scripture unto them concerning the coming of Christ, and also concerning the resurrection of the dead, And that there could be no redemption for mankind save it were through the death and sufferings of Christ and the atonement of His blood. 14 And it came to pass that as he began to expound these things unto them, they were angry with him and began to mock him, And they would not hear the words which he spake; 15 Therefore, when he saw that they would not hear his words, he departed out of the synagogue and came over to a village which was called Ani-Anti; And there he found Muloki a preaching the word unto them, and also Ammah and his brethren, And they contended with many about the word. 16 And it came to pass that they saw that the people would harden their hearts, Therefore, they departed and came over into the Land of Middoni; 17 And they did preach the word unto many and few believed on the words which they taught. 18 Nevertheless, Aaron and a certain number of his brethren were taken and cast into prison, And the remainder of them fled out of the Land of Middoni unto the regions round about; 19 And those which were cast into prison suffered many things; And they were delivered by the hand of Lamoni and Ammon, And they were fed and clothed, 20 And they went forth again to declare the word; And thus they were delivered for the first time out of prison; And thus they had suffered. 21 And they went forth whithersoever they were led by the Spirit of the Lord, preaching the word of God in every synagogue of the Amalekites, or in every assembly of the Lamanites where they could be admitted.
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.