32 And thus we were prepared with ten thousand men and provisions for them, And also for their wives and their children. 33 "And the Lamanites, thus seeing our forces increase daily and provisions arrive for our support, They began to be fearful and began to sally forth, if it were possible to put an end to our receiving provisions and strength. 34 "Now when we saw that the Lamanites began to grow uneasy on this wise, we were desirous to bring a stratagem into an effect upon them; 35 Therefore, Antipus ordered that I should march forth with my little sons to a neighboring city, as if we were carrying provisions to a neighboring city; 36 And we were to march near the City Antiparah, as if we were going to the city beyond, in the borders by the seashore. 37 "And it came to pass that we did march forth as if, with our provisions, to go to that city. 38 "And it came to pass that Antipus did march forth with a part of his army, leaving the remainder to maintain the city; 39 But he did not march forth until I had gone forth with my little army and came near the City Antiparah; 40 And now in the City Antiparah, were stationed the strong- est army of the Lamanites, yea, the most numerous. 41 "And it came to pass that when they had been informed by their spies, They came forth with their army and marched against us. 42 "And it came to pass that we did flee before them, northward. 43 "And thus we did lead away the most powerful army of the Lamanites, yea, even to a considerable distance, Insomuch that when they saw the army of Antipus pursuing them with their mights, they did not turn to the right nor to the left, But pursued their march in a straight course after us, 44 And as we suppose, that it was their intent to slay us before Antipus should overtake them, And this that they might not be surrounded by our people. 45 "And now Antipus, beholding our danger, did speed the march of his army; 46 But behold, it was night, Therefore, they did not overtake us; Neither did Antipus overtake them, Therefore, we did camp for the night. 47 "And it came to pass that before the dawn of the morning, behold, the Lamanites were pursuing us; 48 Now we were not sufficiently strong to contend with them; Yea, I would not suffer that my little sons should fall into their hands; Therefore, we did continue our march and we took our march into the wilderness. 49 "Now they durst not turn to the right nor to the left, lest they should be surrounded; Neither would I turn to the right or to the left, lest they should overtake me and we could not stand against them, but be slain, And they would make their escape. "And thus we did flee all that day into the wilderness, even until it was dark. 50 "And it came to pass that again when the light of the morning came, we saw the Lamanites upon us, And we did flee before them; 51 But it came to pass that they did not pursue us far before they halted; And it was in the morning of the third day on the seventh month. 52 "And now whether they were overtaken by Antipus, we knew not; But I said unto my men: 'Behold, we know not but they have halted for the purpose that we should come against them, that they might catch us in their snare; Therefore, what say ye, my sons? Will ye go against them to battle?'
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.