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#BOMTC 2 Nephi 6-8: “Jehovah Saves!”

The first thing we read after the separation of the righteous Nephites from the wicked Lamanites is a discourse by Jacob, the brother of Nephi (see 2 Nephi 6:1-3). What will be his text? Isaiah 49:22-52:2. What will be his purpose? To help us “learn and glorify the name of [our] God” (2 Nephi 6:4).

Isaiah means “Jehovah Saves”/”the Lord is Salvation” (ישעיהו). Isaiah’s name in and of itself helps us to “learn and glorify the name of your God” (2 Nephi 6:4), but as Jacob points out, Isaiah’s name and words are not enough. His teachings must be “likened unto you” (2 Nephi 6:5).#BOMTC Day 12, April 18~2 Nephi 6-8 or Pages 67-72 Isaiah 50~7 LOVE

This is not the first time that Isaiah has been quoted in The Book of Mormon, nor will it be the last (see the posts on “Isaiah for Dummies—Laman & Lemuel and #BOMTC BONUS: How to Beat the Isaiah Barrier in the Book of Mormon!). It is also not the first time, nor the last, that a prophet will teach us that the words of Isaiah must be “likened” to us (see 1 Nephi 19:23).

As you read these pages, seek to discover what Jacob and Isaiah share that will help you “learn and glorify the name of your God” (2 Nephi 6:4).#BOMTC Day 12, April 18~2 Nephi 6-8 or Pages 67-72 Isaiah 50~10 WORTHY

As Jacob points out in 2 Nephi 9:1, one of the things that will help you “learn and glorify the name of your God” is to learn from these pages “concerning the covenants of the Lord… with all the house of Israel”. He also expects that once we have finished studying these pages we will “rejoice, and lift up [our] heads forever” (2 Nephi 9:3). It seems like it is worth the time and effort to try and understand these teachings from Isaiah.

I have found a lot of help for understanding Isaiah by using the following manuals and articles. I have hyperlinked these manuals to specific parts for today’s reading, but if you take time to explore the manuals more fully you will find much more helpful information that will help you understand Isaiah’s writings in the Book of Mormon.

One very important reason to pay the price for understanding these pages is because Jacob will use them as his springboard for 2 Nephi 9—one of the greatest doctrinal discourses on “the merciful plan of the great Creator” (2 Nephi 9:6) that I have found in scripture (I am always excited for tomorrow’s read of 2 Nephi 9!).

Jacob’s use of Isaiah’s Messianic chapters are indeed a powerful tool that help us to “learn and glorify” the name of our God, and strengthens our witness that “Jehovah Saves”!

If you haven’t seen it yet, make sure to check out my post, “How to Beat the Isaiah Barrier in the Book of Mormon!” for some motivation and helpful tips from Dory the fish, President Boyd K. Packer, and John Bytheway.

In this short video, John Bytheway teaches some simple techniques that can help you better understand Isaiah in the scriptures:

Click on the graphic to read, "Don't Just 'Get Through' 2 Nephi: Get Something From It!", an article by John Bytheway.

Click on this graphic to read, “Don’t Just ‘Get Through’ 2 Nephi: Get Something From It!“, by John Bytheway.

 

"Nephi’s Keys to Understanding the Isaiah Chapters" By John Bytheway

Click on this graphic to read, “Nephi’s Keys to Understanding the Isaiah Chapters” By John Bytheway

Isaiah for Airheads by John Bytheway (SlideShare presentation)

Isaiah for Airheads by John Bytheway (SlideShare presentation)

You may enjoy learning more from the following :

#BOMTC Isaiah Survivor Award! Post it proudly to your social media once you finish 2 Nephi 24.

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#BOMTC 2 Nephi 6-8: “Jehovah Saves!”

The first thing we read after the separation of the righteous Nephites from the wicked Lamanites is a discourse by Jacob, the brother of Nephi (2 Nephi 6:1-3). What will be his text? Isaiah 49:22-52:2. What will be his purpose? To help us “learn and glorify the name of [our] God” (2 Nephi 6:4).

Isaiah means “Jehovah Saves” (ישעיהו). His name in and of itself helps us to “learn and glorify” the name of God! But as Jacob points out, Isaiah’s name and words are not enough. His teachings must be “likened unto you” (2 Nephi 6:5).#BOMTC Day 12, April 18~2 Nephi 6-8 or Pages 67-72 Isaiah 50~7 LOVEThis is not the first time that Isaiah has been quoted in The Book of Mormon, nor will it be the last (see the post on “Isaiah for Dummies—Laman & Lemuel). It is also not the first time, nor the last, that a prophet will teach us that the words of Isaiah must be “likened” to us (1 Nephi 19:23).

As you read these pages, seek to discover what Jacob and Isaiah share that will help you “learn and glorify the name of your God”.#BOMTC Day 12, April 18~2 Nephi 6-8 or Pages 67-72 Isaiah 50~10 WORTHYAs Jacob points out in 2 Nephi 9:1, one of the things that will help you “learn and glorify the name of your God” is to learn from these pages “concerning the covenants of the Lord… with all the house of Israel”. He also expects that once we have finished studying these pages we will “rejoice, and lift up [our] heads forever” (2 Nephi 9:3). It seems like it is worth the time and effort to try and understand these teachings from Isaiah.

I have found a lot of help for understanding Isaiah by using the following manuals and articles. I have hyperlinked these manuals to specific parts for today’s reading, but if you take time to explore the manuals more fully you will find much more helpful information that will help you understand Isaiah’s writings in the Book of Mormon.

One very important reason to pay the price for understanding these pages is because Jacob will use them as his springboard for 2 Nephi 9—one of the greatest doctrinal discourses on “the merciful plan of the great Creator” (2 Nephi 9:6) that I have found in scripture (I am excited for tomorrow’s read!).

Jacob’s use of Isaiah’s Messianic chapters are indeed a powerful tool that help us to “learn and glorify” the name of our God, and strengthens our witness that “Jehovah Saves”!

If you haven’t seen it yet, make sure to check out my post, “How to Beat the Isaiah Barrier in the Book of Mormon!” for some motivation and helpful tips from Dory the fish, President Boyd K. Packer, and John Bytheway.

In this short video, John Bytheway teaches some simple techniques that can help you better understand Isaiah in the scriptures:

Click on the graphic to read, "Don't Just 'Get Through' 2 Nephi: Get Something From It!", an article by John Bytheway.

Click on this graphic to read, “Don’t Just ‘Get Through’ 2 Nephi: Get Something From It!“, by John Bytheway.

 

"Nephi’s Keys to Understanding the Isaiah Chapters" By John Bytheway

Click on this graphic to read, “Nephi’s Keys to Understanding the Isaiah Chapters” By John Bytheway

Isaiah for Airheads by John Bytheway (SlideShare presentation)

Isaiah for Airheads by John Bytheway (SlideShare presentation)

You may enjoy learning more from the following :

#BOMTC Isaiah Survivor Award! Post it proudly to your social media once you finish 2 Nephi 24.

DON’T FORGET TO SHARE YOUR THOUGHTS:

Please leave your thoughts about a special verse, teaching, etc. that you enjoyed at one of the following:
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#BOMTC Day 12, April 18~2 Nephi 6-8 or Pages 67-72: “Jehovah Saves!”

Click on the graphic to read 2 Nephi 6-8

Click on the graphic to read 2 Nephi 6-8

The first thing we read after the separation of the righteous Nephites from the wicked Lamanites is a discourse by Jacob, the brother of Nephi (2 Nephi 6:1-3). What will be his text? Isaiah 49:22-52:2. What will be his purpose? To help us “learn and glorify the name of [our] God” (2 Nephi 6:4).

Isaiah means “Jehovah Saves” (ישעיהו). His name in and of itself helps us to “learn and glorify” the name of God! But as Jacob points out, Isaiah’s name and words are not enough. His teachings must be “likened unto you” (2 Nephi 6:5).

#BOMTC Day 12, April 18~2 Nephi 6-8 or Pages 67-72 Isaiah 50~7 LOVEThis is not the first time that Isaiah has been quoted in The Book of Mormon, nor will it be the last (see the post on “Isaiah for Dummies—Laman & Lemuel). It is also not the first time, nor the last, that a prophet will teach us that the words of Isaiah must be “likened” to us (1 Nephi 19:23).

As you read these pages, discover what Jacob and Isaiah share that will help you “learn and glorify the name of your God”.

#BOMTC Day 12, April 18~2 Nephi 6-8 or Pages 67-72 Isaiah 50~10 WORTHY

Jacob points out in 2 Nephi 9:1 that one of the things that will help you “learn and glorify the name of your God” is to learn from these pages “concerning the covenants of the Lord… with all the house of Israel”. He also expects that once we have finished studying these pages we will “rejoice, and lift up [our] heads forever” (2 Nephi 9:3). Seems like it is worth the time and effort to try and understand these pages.

I have found a lot of help by using the following manuals and articles when I study Isaiah. I have hyperlinked these manuals to specific parts for today’s reading, but if you take time to explore the manuals more fully you will find much more helpful information that will help you understand Isaiah’s writings in the Book of Mormon.

One very important reason to pay the price for understanding these pages is because Jacob will use them as his springboard for 2 Nephi 9—one of the greatest doctrinal discourses on “the merciful plan of the great Creator” (2 Nephi 9:6) that I have found in scripture (I am excited for tomorrow’s read!).

Jacob’s use of Isaiah’s Messianic chapters are indeed a powerful tool that help us to “learn and glorify” the name of our God, and strengthens our witness that “Jehovah Saves”!

If you haven’t seen it yet, make sure to check out my post, “How to Beat the Isaiah Barrier in the Book of Mormon!” for some motivation and helpful tips from Dory the fish, President Boyd K. Packer, and John Bytheway.

In this short video, John Bytheway teaches some simple techniques that can help you better understand Isaiah in the scriptures:

Click on the graphic to read, "Don't Just 'Get Through' 2 Nephi: Get Something From It!", an article by John Bytheway.

Click on this graphic to read, “Don’t Just ‘Get Through’ 2 Nephi: Get Something From It!“, by John Bytheway.

 

"Nephi’s Keys to Understanding the Isaiah Chapters" By John Bytheway

Click on this graphic to read, “Nephi’s Keys to Understanding the Isaiah Chapters” By John Bytheway

Isaiah for Airheads by John Bytheway (SlideShare presentation)

Isaiah for Airheads by John Bytheway (SlideShare presentation)

You may enjoy learning more from the following :

2016 #BOMTC Isaiah Survivor Award! Post it proudly to your social media once you finish 2 Nephi 24

2016 #BOMTC Isaiah Survivor Award! Post it proudly to your social media once you finish 2 Nephi 24.

DON’T FORGET TO SHARE YOUR THOUGHTS:

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#BOMTC Day 12, April 18~2 Nephi 6-8 or Pages 67-72: “Jehovah Saves!”

Click on the graphic to read 2 Nephi 6-8

Click on the graphic to read 2 Nephi 6-8

The first thing we read after the separation of the righteous Nephites from the wicked Lamanites is a discourse by Jacob, the brother of Nephi (2 Nephi 6:1-3). What will be his text? Isaiah 49:22-52:2. What will be his purpose? To help us “learn and glorify the name of [our] God” (2 Nephi 6:4).

Isaiah means “Jehovah Saves” (ישעיהו, see the graphic above). His name alone helps us to “learn and glorify” the name of God! But as Jacob points out, Isaiah’s name and words are not enough. His teachings must be “likened unto you” (2 Nephi 6:5).

#BOMTC Day 12, April 18~2 Nephi 6-8 or Pages 67-72 Isaiah 50~7 LOVEThis is not the first time that Isaiah has been quoted in The Book of Mormon, nor will it be the last (see the post on “Isaiah for Dummies—Laman & Lemuel). It is also not the first time, nor the last, that a prophet will teach us that the words of Isaiah must be “likened” to us (1 Nephi 19:23).

As you read these pages, discover what Jacob and Isaiah share that will help you “learn and glorify the name of your God”.

#BOMTC Day 12, April 18~2 Nephi 6-8 or Pages 67-72 Isaiah 50~10 WORTHY

Jacob points out in 2 Nephi 9:1 that one of the things that will help you “learn and glorify the name of your God” is to learn from these pages “concerning the covenants of the Lord… with all the house of Israel”. He also expects that once we have finished studying these pages we will “rejoice, and lift up [our] heads forever” (2 Nephi 9:3). Seems like it is worth the time and effort to try and understand these pages. I have found a lot of help by using the following manuals and articles when I study Isaiah. I have hyperlinked these manuals to specific parts for today’s reading, but if you take time to explore the manuals you will find much more helpful information that will help you understand Isaiah in 2 Nephi.

Click on the graphic to read, "Don't Just 'Get Through' 2 Nephi: Get Something From It!", an article by John Bytheway.

Click on the graphic to read, “Don’t Just ‘Get Through’ 2 Nephi: Get Something From It!”, an article by John Bytheway.

One other reason to pay the price for understanding these pages is because Jacob will use them as his springboard for the rest of 2 Nephi 9—one of the greatest doctrinal discourses on “the merciful plan of the great Creator” (2 Nephi 9:6) that I have found in scripture (I am excited for tomorrow’s read!).

Jacob’s use of Isaiah’s Messianic chapters are indeed a powerful tool that help us to “learn and glorify” the name of our God, and strengthens our witness that “Jehovah Saves”!

In this short video, John Bytheway teaches some simple techniques that can help you better understand Isaiah in the scriptures:

DON’T FORGET TO SHARE YOUR THOUGHTS:

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#BOMTC Day 12, April 18~2 Nephi 6-8 or Pages 67-72: “Jehovah Saves!”

Click on the graphic to read 2 Nephi 6-8

Click on the graphic to read 2 Nephi 6-8

The first thing we read after the separation of the righteous Nephites from the wicked Lamanites is a discourse by Jacob, the brother of Nephi (2 Nephi 6:1-3). What will be his text? Isaiah 49:22-52:2. What will be his purpose? To help us “learn and glorify the name of [our] God” (2 Nephi 6:4).

Isaiah means “Jehovah Saves” (ישעיהו, see the graphic above). His name alone helps us to “learn and glorify” the name of God! But as Jacob points out, Isaiah’s name and words are not enough. His teachings must be “likened unto you” (2 Nephi 6:5).

#BOMTC Day 12, April 18~2 Nephi 6-8 or Pages 67-72 Isaiah 50~7 LOVEThis is not the first time that Isaiah has been quoted in The Book of Mormon, nor will it be the last (see the post on “Isaiah for Dummies—Laman & Lemuel). It is also not the first time, nor the last, that a prophet will teach us that the words of Isaiah must be “likened” to us (1 Nephi 19:23).

As you read these pages, discover what Jacob and Isaiah share that will help you “learn and glorify the name of your God”.

#BOMTC Day 12, April 18~2 Nephi 6-8 or Pages 67-72 Isaiah 50~10 WORTHY

Jacob points out in 2 Nephi 9:1 that one of the things that will help you “learn and glorify the name of your God” is to learn from these pages “concerning the covenants of the Lord… with all the house of Israel”. He also expects that once we have finished studying these pages we will “rejoice, and lift up [our] heads forever” (2 Nephi 9:3). Seems like it is worth the time and effort to try and understand these pages. I have found a lot of help by using the following manuals and articles when I study Isaiah. I have hyperlinked these manuals to specific parts for today’s reading, but if you take time to explore the manuals you will find much more helpful information that will help you understand Isaiah in 2 Nephi.

Click on the graphic to read, "Don't Just 'Get Through' 2 Nephi: Get Something From It!", an article by John Bytheway.

Click on the graphic to read, “Don’t Just ‘Get Through’ 2 Nephi: Get Something From It!”, an article by John Bytheway.

One other reason to pay the price for understanding these pages is because Jacob will use them as his springboard for the rest of 2 Nephi 9—one of the greatest doctrinal discourses on “the merciful plan of the great Creator” (2 Nephi 9:6) that I have found in scripture (I am excited for tomorrow’s read!).

Jacob’s use of Isaiah’s Messianic chapters are indeed a powerful tool that help us to “learn and glorify” the name of our God, and strengthens our witness that “Jehovah Saves”!

In this short video, John Bytheway teaches some simple techniques that can help you better understand Isaiah in the scriptures:

DON’T FORGET TO SHARE YOUR THOUGHTS:

Please leave your thoughts about a special verse, teaching, etc. that you enjoyed at one of the following:
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#BecauseofHim

Because of Him #BecauseofHim Day 5, FRIDAY

Because of Him #BecauseofHim Day 5, FRIDAY

To help promote this initiative, memes and a Photo-A-Day Challenge graphic were created, and you are invited to use these on your sites and social properties.

To help promote this initiative, memes and a Photo-A-Day Challenge graphic were created, and you are invited to use these on your sites and social properties.


#BOMTC Day 12, April 18~2 Nephi 6-8 or Pages 67-72: “Jehovah Saves!”

Click on the graphic to read 2 Nephi 6-8

Click on the graphic to read 2 Nephi 6-8

The first thing we read after the separation of the righteous Nephites from the wicked Lamanites is a discourse by Jacob, the brother of Nephi (2 Nephi 6:1-3). What will be his text? Isaiah 49:22-52:2. What will be his purpose? To help us “learn and glorify the name of [our] God” (2 Nephi 6:4).
Isaiah means “Jehovah Saves” (ישעיהו). His name alone helps us to “learn and glorify” the name of God! But as Jacob points out, Isaiah’s name and words are not enough. His teachings must be “likened unto you” (2 Nephi 6:5).
This is not the first time that Isaiah will be quoted in The Book of Mormon, nor will it be the last (see the post on “Isaiah for Dummies—Laman & Lemuel). It is also not the first time, nor the last, that a prophet will teach us that the words of Isaiah must be “likened” to us (1 Nephi 19:23).
As you read these pages, discover what Jacob and Isaiah share that will help you “learn and glorify the name of your God”.
Jacob points out in 2 Nephi 9:1 that one of the things that will help you “learn and glorify the name of your God” is to learn from these pages “concerning the covenants of the Lord… with all the house of Israel”. He also expects that once we have finished studying these pages we will “rejoice, and lift up [our] heads forever” (2 Nephi 9:3). Seems like it is worth the time and effort to try and understand these pages.
One other reason to pay the price for understanding these pages is because Jacob will use them as his springboard for the rest of 2 Nephi 9—one of the greatest doctrinal discourses on “the merciful plan of the great Creator” (2 Nephi 9:6) that I have found in scripture (I am excited for tomorrow’s read!).
Jacob’s use of Isaiah’s Messianic chapters are indeed a powerful tool that help us to “learn and glorify” the name of our God, and strengthens our witness that “Jehovah Saves”!

SHARE YOUR THOUGHTS:

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