“Seek this Jesus” #BOMTC

RMN, Most Miraculous and Singlular Way

In Ether 12:41 of the Book of Mormon, the prophet Moroni wrote:

“And now, I would commend you to seek this Jesus of whom the prophets and apostles have written, that the grace of God the Father, and also the Lord Jesus Christ, and the Holy Ghost, which beareth record of them, may be and abide in you forever. Amen.”

Years ago, my wife studied the Book of Mormon and marked the many different titles for Jesus Christ that she found. I was amazed to flip through the pages of her book and see so many markings identifying the Savior. It was easy evidence of the truthfulness of the Book of Mormon’s subtitle: ANOTHER TESTAMENT OF JESUS CHRIST.

100 Names for Jesus Christ in the Book of Mormon

I invite all those who desires to have a deeper and more meaningful relationship with Jesus Christ to prayerfully and carefully study the Book of Mormon, marking all of references to the Savior and considering why each title is used. He is known by more than 100 names in the Book of Mormon and each name can teach us more about Him and our relationship with Him. (For a great article to get you started on this scripture-study-journey, see “Names of Christ in the Book of Mormon,” Ensign, July 1978.)

Below is a list of 100 names for Jesus Christ as found in the Book of Mormon. You can either save the picture below to your electronic device or click here to download a PDF version that you can scale and print to your desired preference.


As a witness of Jesus Christ, I testify that He LIVES, that He is God’s ONLY Begotten Son; I testify of His reality and DIVINITY; I testify of His unfailing and unending LOVE for each and every one of us; I testify that His Atonement is infinite and INTIMATE, and that He knows you personally and can succor you individually in all things; I testify of the power of the Book of Mormon as “ANOTHER TESTAMENT OF JESUS CHRIST”, to help us come unto Christ and return to our Heavenly Home!

RMN, Fullest and Most Authoritative 1

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