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This includes the journey of Lehi and his family across the Arabian Peninsula to Bountiful. It follows them on to the promised land, where the Nephites and Lamanites separated. It contains the marvelous prophesies of Lehi, Nephi, and Jacob.
This volume is the first of three on the Book of Mormon. It covers 1st Nephi through the Book of Mosiah.
This includes the journey of Lehi and his family across the Arabian Peninsula to Bountiful. It follows them on to the promised land, where the Nephites and Lamanites separated. It contains the marvelous prophecies of Lehi, Nephi, and Jacob.
We then read remarks from the book’s editor in the words of Mormon, and follow the Nephites until their establishment in the land of Zarahemla under King Mosiah. In all, it covers 508 years of Nephite history up until about 92 BC when the book of Alma began.
The cover features a beautiful photograph of the Land Bountiful taken by Scot Facer Proctor.
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This includes the period of great wickedness just prior to the coming of Christ. We read of the missions of Nephi and Lehi, followed by Samuel the Lamanite. The signs of Christ’s birth and death are given, followed by their fulfillment. Great destruction occurs on the American continent, and only the righteous survive in the Land of Bountiful. Christ appears to the Nephites, teaches and heals them, organizes His Church and ordains 12 disciples to lead them.
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An essential new study guide for the challenging words of the man who Nephi called “the Prophet,” and whose teachings the Savior commanded us to read. A companion to the study of Isaiah in the Old Testament and in the Book of Mormon, this volume is without question, the most helpful guide to Isaiah available today.
Apocalypse: The Great Day of the Lord for the Righteous is a positive look at the positive events of the Apocalypse. This book on the Apocalypse focuses on the great blessings that the righteous will receive when the Lord comes. For the wicked, it will indeed be a dreadful day, and they will call upon the mountains and rocks to hide them when the full fury of the Lord’s anger is poured out upon them (see Revelation 6:16). For the righteous, it will be a day of unimaginable joy—a day of resurrection, of peace, of safety, and of living under the rule of our Eternal King, the Lord Jesus Christ.
A touching and essential telling of the familiar Christmas story. Focusing on the personal lives of John the Baptist, Joseph, Mary, the prophet Nephi in America, and the Baby Jesus, it reminds us of the extraordinary faith and sacrifices of these key characters in the Nativity narrative.
These unique study guides will broaden your comprehension of the “Greatest Story Ever Told” concerning the life and ministry of the Messiah, Jesus Christ. They will also have a new comprehension of the progress of the Church after the Savior’s ascension into heaven as the Apostles led the rapidly-growing Church. Lastly, this series provides new depth and understanding to the epistles and the Book of Revelation.
Establishing Zion: Preparing the Earth for the Return of Jesus Christ is a review of all the Zion societies that have been attempted and/or achieved since the Zion of Enoch. This includes the Zion of Enoch, the Zion of Melchizedek, the attempted Zion of Moses, the Zion of the early Christian Church, and the Zion achieved by the Nephites in the New World. The book then discusses the attempt in our own last days to establish a Zion society in anticipation of the Second Coming of Jesus Christ to the earth.
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