100 "But behold, ye shall examine him, And ye shall find blood upon the skirts of his cloak. 101 "And when ye have seen this, ye shall say: 'From whence cometh this blood? Do we not know that it is the blood of your brother?' "And then shall he tremble and shall look pale, even as if death had come upon him. 102 "And then shall ye say: 'Because of this fear and this paleness which hath come upon your face, Behold, we know that thou art guilty.' 103 "And then shall greater fear come upon him; And then shall he confess unto you and deny no more that he hath done this murder. 104 "And then shall he say unto you that I, Nephi, know nothing concerning the matter, save it were given unto me by the power of God; 105 And then shall ye know that I am an honest man and that I am sent unto you from God." 106 And it came to pass that they went and did even according as Nephi had said unto them. 107 And behold, the words which he had said were true; For according to the words, he did deny; And also according to the words, he did confess; 108 And he was brought to prove that he himself was the very murderer, insomuch that the five were set at liberty, and also was Nephi. 109 And there were some of the Nephites which did believe on the words of Nephi; And there were some also which believed because of the testimony of the five, For they had been converted while they were in prison. 110 And now there were some among the people which said that Nephi was a prophet; And there were others which said: "Behold, he is a god, For except he was a god, he could not know of all things; 111 For behold, he hath told us the thoughts of our hearts, and also hath told us things; And even he hath brought unto our knowledge the true murderer of our chief judge." 112 And it came to pass that there arose a division among the people, Insomuch that they divided hither and thither and went their ways, leaving Nephi alone as he was standing in the midst of them. 113 And it came to pass that Nephi went his way toward his own house, pondering upon the things which the Lord had shown unto him. 114 And it came to pass as he was thus pondering- Being much cast down because of the wickedness of the people of the Nephites, their secret works of darkness and their murderings and their plunderings and all manner of iniquities- And it came to pass as he was thus pondering in his heart, Behold, a voice came unto him, saying: 115 "Blessed art thou, Nephi, for those things which thou hast done; For I have beheld how thou hast with unwearyingness declared the word which I have given unto thee unto this people; 116 And thou hast not feared them and hast not sought thine own life, But hath sought My will and to keep My commandments. 117 "And now because thou hast done this with such unwearyingness, Behold, I will bless thee forever; And I will make thee mighty in word and in deed, in faith and in works; Yea, even that all things shall be done unto thee according to thy word, For thou shalt not ask that which is contrary to My will. 118 "Behold, thou art Nephi and I Am God. 119 "Behold, I declare it unto thee in the presence of Mine angels, That ye shall have power over this people and shall smite the earth with famine and with pestilence and destruc- tion, according to the wickedness of this people. 120 "Behold, I give unto you power that whatsoever ye shall seal on earth shall be sealed in heaven, And whatsoever ye shall loose on earth shall be loosed in heaven; And thus shall ye have power among this people.
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.