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#BOMTC Jarom-Words of Mormon: Plates, Prophets, and Prosperity

Here is something pretty cool to consider that was published by Book of Mormon Central (by the way, if you have not yet found Book of Mormon Central on your favorite social media platform it is definitely time to like, follow, subscribe, etc.; they are amazing and will continue to produce inspiring and insightful Book of Mormon-related content for years to come). Check out the short video they produced below, “Has a Portion of the Lost 116 Pages been Discovered?” and if you are interested in learning more about this go to: What If Martin Harris Didn’t Lose All Of The 116 Pages?

Something that stands out to me in the books of Jarom to Words of Mormon is how to prosper in the Promised Land.

Plates and Lineage via Book of Mormon Central, featuring Mormon Abridging the Plates by Tom Lovell and The Gold Plates by Jerry Thompson

Ready for some alliteration? The Lord provided prophets and plates to preserve and prosper His people in the Promised Land (that is my attempt at Maxwellian alliteration…). Within these few pages we find the rise and demise of different civilizations, and generations within those civilizations, based on their diligence or indifference in heeding the words of the prophets of God. Those who preserve and obey God’s word prosper; those who do not falter. Those who obey the Lord prevail; those who rebel fail. So, do you want to prosper or falter; do you want to prevail or fail? The Lord has given us everything we need to succeed!

Sources for the Book of Mormon

The sources behind the Book of Mormon are remarkably complex, and sometimes hard to keep straight. Here is a helpful chart to use as you read and study. (Content by John Welch. Graphics by Fernando Vazquez.)

For a Wise Purpose

A seminary teacher uses over-sized models of the Book of Mormon, the gold plates, and other source plates to help his students understand the structure of the book . (11:18)

These few pages cover many different individuals, groups of people, eras, and years. Below you will find several charts that may help you study this material more effectively.

#BOMTC Day 24, April 30~Jarom-Words of Mormon or Pages 139-144 (3)

A simple way to mark the the table of contents in the Book of Mormon to help you understand the organization of the “plates”.

 

#BOMTC Day 24, April 30~Jarom-Words of Mormon or Pages 139-144 (4)

Visual explanation of “A Brief Explanation about the Book of Mormon” found at the beginning of the Book of Mormon

 

#BOMTC Day 24, April 30~Jarom-Words of Mormon or Pages 139-144 (5)

Genealogical, historical, legal, and prophetic records of the Nephites were handed down in sacred trust, usually from father to son. Only four Nephite families kept the plates: Lehi’s posterity mainly through Jacob, Mosiah’s family, Alma and his long line of descendants, and Mormon and his son Moroni. As anthropologist John L. Sorenson has pointed out, the Book of Mormon is structured as a “lineage history.” Inserted from http://byustudies.byu.edu/januarybomcharts/charts/16.html | view PDF

In these charts you will find the four families of Nephite record keepers of the Book of Mormon listed chronologically, along with their approximate dates of birth and other relevant information. If a date is not found in or tied directly to a specific verse then the information has been deduced from general historical information. The list below is similar to the chart above and can be used to document and explain the relationships between keepers of the plates of Nephi (source: http://byustudies.byu.edu/januarybomcharts/charts/17.html | View PDF)

#BOMTC Day 24, April 30~Jarom-Words of Mormon or Pages 139-144 (6) #BOMTC Day 24, April 30~Jarom-Words of Mormon or Pages 139-144 (7) #BOMTC Day 24, April 30~Jarom-Words of Mormon or Pages 139-144 (8)

#BOMTC Day 24, April 30~Jarom-Words of Mormon or Pages 139-144 (9)

Although only four families kept the main Nephite records (see the charts above), the words of many other authors are included in the Book of Mormon as well. The writings or speeches of Jesus Christ, Isaiah, Captain Moroni, and Zenos, for example, all add significantly to the Book of Mormon, even though these authors did not actually write upon the plates themselves. This chart adds to charts above some of the additional writers or speakers who are quoted in the Book of Mormon. (Source: http://byustudies.byu.edu/januarybomcharts/charts/18.html | View PDF)

BONUS! My buddy, Adam Daly, sent me a chart that he created in an effort to help him understand his scripture study better. It expands on what I have listed here, and I find it very informative. It is not exhaustive, but it is very helpful! I would invite you to put your own effort into a similar endeavor so that you can receive the benefit of such diligent study and pondering. Please click on the chart to enlarge it.

Chart created by Adam Daly. He said,

CLICK ON THE CHART TO ENLARGE IT. Chart created by Adam Daly. He said, “Seeing it laid out like this helped me understand the Book or Mormon better and also remember people, places and stories better.”

Want to know more? Check this out:

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#BOMTC 2 Nephi 32-Jacob 1: From Nephi to Jacob

These pages mark a major transition in the Book of Mormon. Nephi’s final words are found in 2 Nephi 32-33, and once again we find his great anxiety for our welfare and his pattern for plainness (see 2 Nephi 32:8; 33:3-9). His final words are an invitation to “hearken unto these words and believe in Christ” (2 Nephi 33:10-15). A more simple, yet perfectly suited ending could not have been better for Nephi’s writings:

“for thus hath the Lord commanded me, and I must obey” (2 Nephi 33:15).

No wonder Nephi’s name seems to spring from our lips so effortlessly when illustrating examples of obedience!

#BOMTC Day 20, April 26~2 Nephi 32-Jacob 1 or Pages 115-120 FEAST Upon the Words of Christ

At this point Jacob inherits Nephi’s Small Plates and is given instruction on what should be recorded on them (see Jacob 1:1-4). Jacob is not at all new to the Book of Mormon. In fact, much of 2 Nephi is actually Nephi recording Jacob’s teaching and preaching. Many of our favorite teachings from 2 Nephi came from Jacob (2 Nephi 9 is just one example). As Nephi dies, Jacob takes ecclesiastical responsibility for the Nephite society. Unfortunately, the Nephites are struggling with quite a few spiritual problems (Jacob 1:15-16).

Reminiscent of many prophets before, and others yet to come, Jacob uses the Temple as his stage and the setting for calling the people to repentance. Nephi’s “plainness” seems to have had an effect on Jacob’s preaching (see Jacob 2:11). Jacob must now help the people overcome their love of riches (see v. 12), their pride (see vv. 13-21), and their immorality (see vv. 23-35). It’s a tough job, but Jacob has been called of God and is capable of the task at hand (Jacob 1:17-19; 2:1-7)!

Want to know more? Check out these links:

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#BOMTC Jarom-Words of Mormon: Plates, Prophets, and Prosperity

Here is something pretty cool to consider that was published by Book of Mormon Central (by the way, if you have not yet found Book of Mormon Central on your favorite social media platform it is definitely time to like, follow, subscribe, etc. to them; they are amazing and will continue to produce inspiring and insightful Book of Mormon-related content for years to come). Check out the short video they produced below, “Has a Portion of the Lost 116 Pages been Discovered?” and if you are interested in learning more about this go to: What If Martin Harris Didn’t Lose All Of The 116 Pages?

Something that stands out to me in the books of Jarom to Words of Mormon is how to prosper in the Promised Land.

Plates and Lineage via Book of Mormon Central, featuring Mormon Abridging the Plates by Tom Lovell and The Gold Plates by Jerry Thompson

Ready for some alliteration? The Lord provided prophets and plates to preserve and prosper His people in the Promised Land (that is my attempt at Maxwellian alliteration…). Within these few pages we find the rise and demise of different civilizations, and generations within those civilizations, based on their diligence or indifference in heeding the words of the prophets of God. Those who preserve and obey God’s word prosper; those who do not falter. Those who obey the Lord prevail; those who rebel fail. So, do you want to prosper or falter; do you want to prevail or fail? The Lord has given us everything we need to succeed!

Sources for the Book of Mormon

The sources behind the Book of Mormon are remarkably complex, and sometimes hard to keep straight. Here is a helpful chart to use as you read and study. (Content by John Welch. Graphics by Fernando Vazquez.)

For a Wise Purpose

A seminary teacher uses over-sized models of the Book of Mormon, the gold plates, and other source plates to help his students understand the structure of the book . (11:18)

These few pages cover many different individuals, groups of people, eras, and years. Below you will find several charts that may help you study this material more effectively.

#BOMTC Day 24, April 30~Jarom-Words of Mormon or Pages 139-144 (3)

A simple way to mark the the table of contents in the Book of Mormon to help you understand the organization of the “plates”.

 

#BOMTC Day 24, April 30~Jarom-Words of Mormon or Pages 139-144 (4)

Visual explanation of “A Brief Explanation about the Book of Mormon” found at the beginning of the Book of Mormon

 

#BOMTC Day 24, April 30~Jarom-Words of Mormon or Pages 139-144 (5)

Genealogical, historical, legal, and prophetic records of the Nephites were handed down in sacred trust, usually from father to son. Only four Nephite families kept the plates: Lehi’s posterity mainly through Jacob, Mosiah’s family, Alma and his long line of descendants, and Mormon and his son Moroni. As anthropologist John L. Sorenson has pointed out, the Book of Mormon is structured as a “lineage history.” Inserted from http://byustudies.byu.edu/januarybomcharts/charts/16.html | view PDF

In these charts you will find the four families of Nephite record keepers of the Book of Mormon listed chronologically, along with their approximate dates of birth and other relevant information. If a date is not found in or tied directly to a specific verse then the information has been deduced from general historical information. The list below is similar to the chart above and can be used to document and explain the relationships between keepers of the plates of Nephi (source: http://byustudies.byu.edu/januarybomcharts/charts/17.html | View PDF)

#BOMTC Day 24, April 30~Jarom-Words of Mormon or Pages 139-144 (6) #BOMTC Day 24, April 30~Jarom-Words of Mormon or Pages 139-144 (7) #BOMTC Day 24, April 30~Jarom-Words of Mormon or Pages 139-144 (8)

#BOMTC Day 24, April 30~Jarom-Words of Mormon or Pages 139-144 (9)

Although only four families kept the main Nephite records (see the charts above), the words of many other authors are included in the Book of Mormon as well. The writings or speeches of Jesus Christ, Isaiah, Captain Moroni, and Zenos, for example, all add significantly to the Book of Mormon, even though these authors did not actually write upon the plates themselves. This chart adds to charts above some of the additional writers or speakers who are quoted in the Book of Mormon. (Source: http://byustudies.byu.edu/januarybomcharts/charts/18.html | View PDF)

BONUS! My buddy, Adam Daly, sent me a chart that he created in an effort to help him understand his scripture study better. It expands on what I have listed here, and I find it very informative. It is not exhaustive, but it is very helpful! I would invite you to put your own effort into a similar endeavor so that you can receive the benefit of such diligent study and pondering. Please click on the chart to enlarge it.

Chart created by Adam Daly. He said,

CLICK ON THE CHART TO ENLARGE IT. Chart created by Adam Daly. He said, “Seeing it laid out like this helped me understand the Book or Mormon better and also remember people, places and stories better.”

Want to know more? Check this out:

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

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#BOMTC 2 Nephi 32-Jacob 1: From Nephi to Jacob

These pages mark a major transition in the Book of Mormon. Nephi’s final words are found in 2 Nephi 32-33, and once again we find his great anxiety for our welfare and his pattern for plainness (2 Nephi 32:8; 33:3-9). His final words are an invitation to “hearken unto these words and believe in Christ” (2 Nephi 33:10-15). A more simple, yet perfectly suited ending could not have been better for Nephi’s writings:

“for thus hath the Lord commanded me, and I must obey” (2 Nephi 33:15).

No wonder Nephi’s name seems to spring from our lips so effortlessly when illustrating examples of obedience!

#BOMTC Day 20, April 26~2 Nephi 32-Jacob 1 or Pages 115-120 FEAST Upon the Words of Christ

Jacob inherits Nephi’s Small Plates and is given instruction on what should be recorded on them (Jacob 1:1-4). Jacob is not at all new to the Book of Mormon. In fact, much of 2 Nephi is actually Nephi recording Jacob’s teaching and preaching. Many of our favorite teachings from 2 Nephi came from Jacob (2 Nephi 9 is just one example). As Nephi dies, Jacob takes ecclesiastical responsibility for the Nephite society. Unfortunately, the Nephites are struggling with quite a few spiritual problems (Jacob 1:15-16).

Reminiscent of many prophets before, and others yet to come, Jacob uses the Temple as his stage for calling the people to repentance. Nephi’s “plainness” seems to have had an effect on Jacob’s preaching (Jacob 2:11). Jacob must now help the people overcome their love of riches (v. 12), their pride (vv. 13-21), and their immorality (vv. 23-35). It’s a tough job, but Jacob has been called of God and is capable of the task at hand (Jacob 1:17-19; 2:1-7)!

Want to know more? Check out these links:

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

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#BOMTC Day 24, April 30~Jarom-Words of Mormon or Pages 139-144: Plates, Prophets, and Prosperity

Click on the graphic to read Jarom-Words of Mormon

Something that stands out to me in these pages is how to prosper in the Promised Land.

Plates and Lineage via Book of Mormon Central, featuring Mormon Abridging the Plates by Tom Lovell and The Gold Plates by Jerry Thompson

The Lord provided prophets and plates to preserve and prosper His people in the Promised Land (that is my attempt at Maxwellian alliteration…). Within these few pages we find the rise and demise of different civilizations, and generations within those civilizations, based on their diligence in heeding the words of the prophets of God. Those who preserve and obey God’s word prosper; those who do not falter. Those who obey the Lord prevail; those who rebel fail. So, do you want to prosper or falter; do you want to prevail or fail? The Lord has given us everything we need to succeed!

Sources for the Book of Mormon

The sources behind the Book of Mormon are remarkably complex, and sometimes hard to keep straight. Here is a helpful chart to use as you read and study. (Content by John Welch. Graphics by Fernando Vazquez.)

These few pages cover many different individuals, groups of people, eras, and years. Below you will find several charts that may help you study this material more effectively.

#BOMTC Day 24, April 30~Jarom-Words of Mormon or Pages 139-144 (3)

A simple way to mark the the table of contents in the Book of Mormon to help you understand the organization of the “plates”.

 

#BOMTC Day 24, April 30~Jarom-Words of Mormon or Pages 139-144 (4)

Visual explanation of “A Brief Explanation about the Book of Mormon” found at the beginning of the Book of Mormon

 

#BOMTC Day 24, April 30~Jarom-Words of Mormon or Pages 139-144 (5)

Genealogical, historical, legal, and prophetic records of the Nephites were handed down in sacred trust, usually from father to son. Only four Nephite families kept the plates: Lehi’s posterity mainly through Jacob, Mosiah’s family, Alma and his long line of descendants, and Mormon and his son Moroni. As anthropologist John L. Sorenson has pointed out, the Book of Mormon is structured as a “lineage history.” Inserted from http://byustudies.byu.edu/januarybomcharts/charts/16.html | view PDF

Below you will find the four families of Nephite record keepers of the Book of Mormon listed chronologically, along with their approximate dates of birth and other relevant information. If a date is not found in or tied directly to a specific verse, then the information has been deduced from general historical information. This list is similar to the chart above and can be used to document and explain the relationships between keepers of the plates of Nephi. Inserted from http://byustudies.byu.edu/januarybomcharts/charts/17.html | View PDF

#BOMTC Day 24, April 30~Jarom-Words of Mormon or Pages 139-144 (6) #BOMTC Day 24, April 30~Jarom-Words of Mormon or Pages 139-144 (7) #BOMTC Day 24, April 30~Jarom-Words of Mormon or Pages 139-144 (8)

#BOMTC Day 24, April 30~Jarom-Words of Mormon or Pages 139-144 (9)

Although four families kept the main Nephite records (see the charts above), the words of many other authors are included in the Book of Mormon as well. The writings or speeches of Jesus Christ, Isaiah, Captain Moroni, and Zenos, for example, all add significantly to the Book of Mormon, even though these authors did not actually write upon the plates themselves. This chart adds to charts above some of the additional writers or speakers who are quoted in the Book of Mormon. Inserted from http://byustudies.byu.edu/januarybomcharts/charts/18.html | View PDF

Keep Calm and Study the Book of Mormon

#BOMTC: “Keep Calm and Study the Book of Mormon”

For a Wise Purpose

A seminary teacher uses over-sized models of the Book of Mormon, the gold plates, and other source plates to help his students understand the structure of the book . (11:18)

BONUS! My buddy, Adam Daly, sent me a chart that he created in an effort to help him understand his scripture study better. It expands on what I have listed here, and I find it very informative. It is not exhaustive, but it is very helpful! I would invite you to put your own effort into a similar endeavor so that you can receive the benefit of such diligent study and pondering. Please click on the chart to enlarge it.

Chart created by Adam Daly. He said,

CLICK ON THE CHART TO ENLARGE IT. Chart created by Adam Daly. He said, “Seeing it laid out like this helped me understand the Book or Mormon better and also remember people, places and stories better.”

Want to know more? Check this out:

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

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#BOMTC Day 20, April 26~2 Nephi 32-Jacob 1 or Pages 115-120: From Nephi to Jacob

#BOMTC Day 20, April 26~2 Nephi 32-Jacob 1 or Pages 115-120 (2)

Click graphi to read 2 Nephi 32-Jacob 1
Painting credit: Al Young

These pages mark a major transition in the Book of Mormon.

Nephi’s final words are found in 2 Nephi 32-33, and once again we find his great anxiety for our welfare and his pattern for plainness (2 Nephi 32:8; 33:3-9). His final words are an invitation to “hearken unto these words and believe in Christ” (2 Nephi 33:10-15). A more simple, yet perfectly suited ending could not have been better for Nephi’s writings:

“for thus hath the Lord commanded me, and I must obey” (2 Nephi 33:15).

No wonder Nephi’s name seems to spring from our lips so effortlessly when illustrating examples of obedience!

#BOMTC Day 20, April 26~2 Nephi 32-Jacob 1 or Pages 115-120 FEAST Upon the Words of Christ

Jacob inherits Nephi’s Small Plates and is given instruction on what should be recorded on them (Jacob 1:1-4). Jacob is not at all new to the Book of Mormon. In fact, much of 2 Nephi is actually Nephi recording Jacob’s teaching and preaching. Many of our favorite teachings from 2 Nephi came from Jacob (2 Nephi 9 is just one example). As Nephi dies, Jacob takes ecclesiastical responsibility for the Nephite society. Unfortunately, the Nephites are struggling with quite a few spiritual problems (Jacob 1:15-16).

Reminiscent of many prophets before, and others yet to come, Jacob uses the Temple as his stage for calling the people to repentance. Nephi’s “plainness” seems to have had an effect on Jacob’s preaching (Jacob 2:11). Jacob must now help the people overcome their love of riches (v. 12), their pride (vv. 13-21), and their immorality (vv. 23-35). It’s a tough job, but Jacob has been called of God and is capable of the task at hand (Jacob 1:17-19; 2:1-7)!

Want to know more? Check out these links:

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

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#BOMTC Day 24, April 30~Jarom-Words of Mormon or Pages 139-144: Plates, Prophets, and Prosperity

Click on the graphic to read Jarom-Words of Mormon

Something that stands out to me in these pages is how to prosper in the Promised Land. The Lord provided prophets and plates to preserve and prosper His people in the Promised Land (that is my attempt at Maxwellian alliteration…). Within these few pages we find the rise and demise of different civilizations, and generations within those civilizations, based on their diligence in heeding the words of the prophets of God. Those who preserve and obey God’s word prosper; those who do not falter. Those who obey the Lord prevail; those who rebel fail. So, do you want to prosper or falter; do you want to prevail or fail? The Lord has given us everything we need to succeed!

These few pages cover many different individuals, groups of people, eras, and years. Below you will find several charts that may help you study this material more effectively.

#BOMTC Day 24, April 30~Jarom-Words of Mormon or Pages 139-144 (3)

A simple way to mark the the table of contents in the Book of Mormon to help you understand the organization of the “plates”.

#BOMTC Day 24, April 30~Jarom-Words of Mormon or Pages 139-144 (4)

Visual explanation of “A Brief Explanation about the Book of Mormon” found at the beginning of the Book of Mormon

#BOMTC Day 24, April 30~Jarom-Words of Mormon or Pages 139-144 (5)

Genealogical, historical, legal, and prophetic records of the Nephites were handed down in sacred trust, usually from father to son. Only four Nephite families kept the plates: Lehi’s posterity mainly through Jacob, Mosiah’s family, Alma and his long line of descendants, and Mormon and his son Moroni. As anthropologist John L. Sorenson has pointed out, the Book of Mormon is structured as a “lineage history.” Inserted from http://byustudies.byu.edu/januarybomcharts/charts/16.html | view PDF

Below you will find the four families of Nephite record keepers of the Book of Mormon listed chronologically, along with their approximate dates of birth and other relevant information. If a date is not found in or tied directly to a specific verse, then the information has been deduced from general historical information. This list is similar to the chart above and can be used to document and explain the relationships between keepers of the plates of Nephi. Inserted from http://byustudies.byu.edu/januarybomcharts/charts/17.html | View PDF

#BOMTC Day 24, April 30~Jarom-Words of Mormon or Pages 139-144 (6) #BOMTC Day 24, April 30~Jarom-Words of Mormon or Pages 139-144 (7) #BOMTC Day 24, April 30~Jarom-Words of Mormon or Pages 139-144 (8)

#BOMTC Day 24, April 30~Jarom-Words of Mormon or Pages 139-144 (9)

Although four families kept the main Nephite records (see the charts above), the words of many other authors are included in the Book of Mormon as well. The writings or speeches of Jesus Christ, Isaiah, Captain Moroni, and Zenos, for example, all add significantly to the Book of Mormon, even though these authors did not actually write upon the plates themselves. This chart adds to charts above some of the additional writers or speakers who are quoted in the Book of Mormon. Inserted from http://byustudies.byu.edu/januarybomcharts/charts/18.html | View PDF

For a Wise Purpose

A seminary teacher uses over-sized models of the Book of Mormon, the gold plates, and other source plates to help his students understand the structure of the book . (11:18)

BONUS! My buddy, Adam Daly, sent me a chart that he created in an effort to help him understand his scripture study better. It expands on what I have listed here, and I find it very informative. It is not exhaustive, but it is very helpful! I would invite you to put the effort into a similar endeavor so that you can receive the benefit of such diligent study and pondering. Please click on the chart to enlarge it.

Chart created by Adam Daly. He said,

CLICK ON THE CHART TO ENLARGE IT. Chart created by Adam Daly. He said, “Seeing it laid out like this helped me understand the Book or Mormon better and also remember people, places and stories better.”

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

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