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Save It Be That I Think It Be Sacred – 1 Nephi 19:6

3 And after I had made these plates by way of commandment, I, Nephi, received a commandment that the ministry and the prophecies, the more plain and precious parts of them, should be written upon these plates; and that the … Continue reading

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Mosiah Did Read…the Records of Zeniff to His People – Mosiah 25:5-7

5 And it came to pass that Mosiah did read, and caused to be read, the records of Zeniff to his people; yea, he read the records of the people of Zeniff, from the time they left the land of … Continue reading

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How Be It That Ye Have Not Written This Thing – 3 Nephi 23:11-13

11 And Jesus said unto them: How be it that ye have not written this thing, that many saints did arise and appear unto many and did minister unto them? 12 And it came to pass that Nephi remembered that … Continue reading

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How Be It That Ye Have Not Written This Thing? – 3 Nephi 23:7-13

7 And it came to pass that he said unto Nephi: Bring forth the record which ye have kept.8 And when Nephi had brought forth the records, and laid them before him, he cast his eyes upon them and said:9 … Continue reading

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The Things Which I Considered to Be Most Precious – Jacob 1:2-4

2 And he gave me, Jacob, a commandment that I should write upon these plates a few of the things which I considered to be most precious; that I should not touch, save it were lightly, concerning the history of … Continue reading

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3 Nephi 24:14-16 A Book of Remembrance Was Written Before Him

14 Ye have said: It is vain to serve God, and what doth it profit that we have kept his ordinances and that we have walked mournfully before the Lord of Hosts? 15 And now we call the proud happy; … Continue reading

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