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As political scientist Noel B. Reynolds noticed, the Lamanite government was "a very different system" than that of the Nephites, "one of tributary kings

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Have you ever wondered why Christ's message to the Nephites in 3 Nephi 12 is similar to, but slightly different than, the Sermon on the Mount? Learn how this actually make sense when considering a temple setting, a timeless message, a new audience, and a resurrected Christ.  https://knowhy.bookofmormoncentral.org/content/why-did-jesus-deliver-a-version-of-the-sermon-on-the-mount-at-the-temple-in-bountiful #SermonontheMount #BookofMormon #LDS #Faith #Mormon #Christ #Savior #Jesus

Why Did Jesus Deliver a Version of the Sermon on the Mount at the Temple in Bountiful?

Nephites and Lamanites Battle | Were there Nephites left after that battle? Some, yes. The ...(See my Board Gulf of Mexico and Islands. Lamanite & Nephtie Wars begin in Mexico and ended in Upstate New York.

Moroni, son of Mormon, took the records after his father died to keep them safe. He buried them, and later (as a resurrected being) revealed that location to the prophet Joseph Smith

Samuel the Lamanite made two very specific prophecies: one, that the Nephites would be destroyed in 400 years, and second, that a sign would be given marking the birth of Christ in five years. In Mesoamerican time-keeping, both 400 and five are important and sacred time periods. The prophetic use of these highly symbolic time periods in Book of Mormon prophecy appears to be an example of the Lord speaking “unto men according to their language, unto their understanding” (2 Nephi 31:3; cf…

During his extended address to the Nephites in Zarahemla, Samuel the Lamanite made two remarkably specific prophetic utterances. Such precise prophetic

Scholars have learned that Nephis narrative is much more intricate than realized. Nephi carefully, and masterfully, writes a narrative that portrays him as the rightful ruler and leader of the Nephites. Something difficult for Joseph Smith to have included in the book himself. Learn more at http://www.knowhy.bookofmormoncentral.org/content/why-did-nephi-write-his-small-plates  #knowhy #lds #bookofmormon #mormon #nephi #politics

Scholars have learned that Nephis narrative is much more intricate than…

Jesus taught the Nephites that the He would send Elijah in the last days and that Elijah would “turn the heart of the fathers to the children, and the heart of the children to their fathers.” Learn how the Spirit of Elijah is not just about our ancestors, but our immediate family as well. https://knowhy.bookofmormoncentral.org/content/why-will-god-turn-the-hearts-of-the-fathers-to-the-children #Family #Ancestors #Elijah #Genealogy #BookofMormon #LDS #Faith #Mormon #Christ #ShareGoodness

Jesus taught the Nephites that the He would send Elijah in the last days and that Elijah would “turn the heart of the fathers to the children, and the heart of the children to their fathers.” Learn how the Spirit of Elijah is not just about our ancestors

Lachoneus - The chief judge of the Nephites during the sign of Christ's birth. He later, with the help of Gidgiddoni, defeated Giddianhi, Zemnarihah, and the Gadianton robbers by gathering the Nephites into one land (Zarahemla) and not leaving spoils for the robbers to survive on.    3 Nephi 1 - 6

Lachoneus - The chief judge of the Nephites during the sign of Christ's birth. He later, with the help of Gidgiddoni, defeated Giddianhi, Zemnarihah, and the Gadianton robbers by gathering the Nephites into one land (Zarahemla) and not leaving spoils for the robbers to survive on. 3 Nephi 1 - 6

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