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1 For it came to pass after I had desired to know the things that my father had seen, and believing that the Lord was able to make them known unto me, as I sat pondering in mine heart I was caught away in the Spirit of the Lord, yea, into an exceedingly high mountain, which I never had before seen, and upon which I never had before set my foot.

An Exceedingly High Mountain

LeGrand Baker


Knowing, Believing, and Wanting to Believe

Joshua Steimle

Mormon DNA


Rend the Veil of Unbelief:  The Power of Visualization in Parting the Veil

The Perfect Day


Who Has Known the Mind of the Lord?

Steve Reed

One Climbs


“The Things Which my Father Saw”: The Chiastic Inclusio of 1 Nephi 11-14

Studio et Quoque Fide


The Education of Our Desires
Elder Neal A. Maxwell of the Quorum of the Twelve
(
University of Utah Institute of Religion Devotional, 5 January 1983; transcribed by Daniel R. Mower)

Scott Woodward


Priestly Initiations in the Testament of Levi

Bryce Hammond

Temple Study – Sustaining and Defending the LDS Temple


Outliers

Jethro Jones

Learned in Primary


Thoughts, Imagination, and Wings as Eagles

Nam Joti Kaur

Progressive Prophetess


“Look!  And I Looked”: Lessons in Learning and Teaching from Nephi’s Vision

John Hilton III

Religious Studies Center



2 And the Spirit said unto me: Behold, what desirest thou?

Lovers of Truth

Paul V. Johnson

Brigham Young University–Idaho Devotional, November 9, 2004


“Thou Knowest That I Believe”: Invoking The Spirit of the Lord as Council Witness in 1 Nephi 11

David E. Bokovoy

Interpreter: A Journal of Mormon Scripture 1 (2012): 1-23


3 And I said: I desire to behold the things which my father saw.

4 And the Spirit said unto me: Believest thou that thy father saw the tree of which he hath spoken?

“Believest thou…?”: Faith, Cognitive Dissonance, and the Psychology of Religious Experience

FAIR Mormon


A Heavenly Model

Dr. Larry M. Arnoldsen, 1998

LDS-OHEA


Looking for an Answer?

elder advocate joy – seeing the future through eyes that are older


5 And I said: Yea, thou knowest that I believe all the words of my father.

Do We Really Believe?

Blake E. Peterson

BYU May 24, 2016 Devotional


“Observing Possibilities”

Brigham Young University-Idaho Commencement, December 11, 2004

President Robert M. Wilkes


Why I Honor My Parents

Elder Randy D. Funk

New Era March 2017


6 And when I had spoken these words, the Spirit cried with a loud voice, saying: Hosanna to the Lord, the most high God; for he is God over all the earth, yea, even above all. And blessed art thou, Nephi, because thou believest in the Son of the most high God; wherefore, thou shalt behold the things which thou hast desired.

Learning His Way

Lyssa Lumgair

A Mermaid on Her Journey


Was Jesus Nice?

Delisa Hargrove

Mormon Hub


Cookies and the Annunciation to the Virgin Mary in the Qur’an: Three Inspired Accounts.

Actually Textual

James Weller


Steadfast and Immovable:  Striving for Spiritual Maturity

Robert L. Millet

Cumorah.org


Of Parables, Symbols, and QR Codes

Steve Reed

One Climbs


7 And behold this thing shall be given unto thee for a sign, that after thou hast beheld the tree which bore the fruit which thy father tasted, thou shalt also behold a man descending out of heaven, and him shall ye witness; and after ye have witnessed him ye shall bear record that it is the Son of God.

8 And it came to pass that the Spirit said unto me: Look! And I looked and beheld a tree; and it was like unto the tree which my father had seen; and the beauty thereof was far beyond, yea, exceeding of all beauty; and the whiteness thereof did exceed the whiteness of the driven snow.

The Tree of Life and Living Waters As Sacramental Symbols of Promise

Daron Fraley

Lachish Letters


The Orphic Gold Tablets: Arriving in the Afterlife and the Importance of Memory for Salvation

by David Larsen

Nothing Wavering


Hidden Fire in the Book of Mormon

Book of Mormon Translation



9 And it came to pass after I had seen the tree, I said unto the Spirit: I behold thou hast shown unto me the tree which is precious above all.

10 And he said unto me: What desirest thou?

A Mormon Mind


David’s Random Ramblings


11 And I said unto him: To know the interpretation thereof -- for I spake unto him as a man speaketh; for I beheld that he was in the form of a man; yet nevertheless, I knew that it was the Spirit of the Lord; and he spake unto me as a man speaketh with another.

Who Was Nephi’s Guide in 1 Nephi 11:11?

David Goates

The Goates Notes


A Book of Mormon Christmas

Jessica Clark

LDS Blogs


12 And it came to pass that he said unto me: Look! And I looked as if to look upon him, and I saw him not; for he had gone from before my presence.

13 And it came to pass that I looked and beheld the great city of Jerusalem, and also other cities. And I beheld the city of Nazareth; and in the city of Nazareth I beheld a virgin, and she was exceedingly fair and white.

Tree of Life

Blooming Where She is Planted


14 And it came to pass that I saw the heavens open; and an angel came down and stood before me; and he said unto me: Nephi, what beholdest thou?

Questioning the Book of Mormon

Bradley J. Kramer

Meridian Magazine, 2015


How to Teach:  Lessons from an Angel

Fed with Meat


Who is Jesus?  to a Mormon

Some Mormon Stuff


Why Mormons Do Not Worship Mary

Tresa Edmonds

The Guardian


15 And I said unto him: A virgin, most beautiful and fair above all other virgins.

16 And he said unto me: Knowest thou the condescension of God?

“The Condescension of God”

Bishop Richard C. Edgley

Ensign Dec. 2001


“I Know that He Loveth His Children. . .”

Brent E. Nelson

BYU Devotional, June 2014


Another Testament of Jesus Christ

Robert L. Millett

Religious Studies Center


“Knowest Thou the Condescension of God?”

Bruce F. Webster

Adventures in Mormonism


Why Is Jesus Called the Son of God?

Jesus Christ – Savior and Redeemer


The Condescension of God

Rejoice in Christ


The Condescension of Christmas

Anthony Sweat

The Red-Headed Hostess


7 Tools that could Transform your Scripture Study

Happiness Seekers


The Condescension of God

Connections


Why Do We Desperately Need the Book of Mormon Today?

Wallace Goddard

Meridian Magazine


What the Book of Mormon Says About Prophets

Mormon Bible



17 And I said unto him: I know that he loveth his children; nevertheless, I do not know the meaning of all things.

Five Scriptures that Will Help You Through Almost Anything

John Bytheway


“I Know Not”

John Hilton III

Religious Studies Center


Putting My Hand in the Lord’s

Diane Terry Woolf

Ensign 2009


Scripture 2 – I know that God loveth His Children

Miss Nicole – Our Little Miracle


Why It’s OK to Not Know Everything

Midday Mornings – Maintaining Motherhood


God Loves His Children

Ben Arkell

Mormon Light


My Journey of Life in the Restored Gospel

Elder Joshua Subandriyo, Asia Area Seventy

Devotional Talk Given at Brigham Young University–Hawaii, April 8, 2008


18 And he said unto me: Behold, the virgin whom thou seest is the mother of the Son of God, after the manner of the flesh.

KnoWhy #13:  What Does the Virgin Mary Have to Do with the Tree of Life?

Book of Mormon Central


Mary and Joseph: Heirs of David, Highly Favored, Guardians of Our Lord

Robert J. Matthews


What Do Mormons Believe About Mary and Joseph?

Terrie Lynn Bittner

LDS Blogs


19 And it came to pass that I beheld that she was carried away in the Spirit; and after she had been carried away in the Spirit for the space of a time the angel spake unto me, saying: Look!

"Our Lord Jesus Christ"

Oscar W. McConkie, III

Brigham Young University-Idaho Devotional.  May 22, 2012


From Explanations to Atonement

James Faulconer

Patheos


Christmas and What It Means to the World

Mormon Women Stand


The Anticipation of the Coming of the Lord Jesus Christ

Earn Write


20 And I looked and beheld the virgin again, bearing a child in her arms.

The Tree of Life Part 3:  Christ and the Tree

Chad Laurence Nielsen

Chad’s Random Musings


21 And the angel said unto me: Behold the Lamb of God, yea, even the Son of the Eternal Father! Knowest thou the meaning of the tree which thy father saw?

Lehi’s Dream as a Template for Understanding Each Act of Nephi’s Vision

Amy Easton-Flake

Religious Studies Center


A Disciplined Life  

My Faith in Jesus Christ


22 And I answered him, saying: Yea, it is the love of God, which sheddeth itself abroad in the hearts of the children of men; wherefore, it is the most desirable above all things.

Nephi and His Asherah

Daniel C. Peterson


Evidences of the Savior’s Love

Karen Dunkley

LDS Business College Devotional


The Greatest and Sweetest Commandment

Lani Axman

Magdala Rising


Watching in Wonder

Arkansas Bentonville Mission


What Would God Have Us Understand?

Brian Boyer

Mormon Outlook, Jan. 29, 2017


A Swedenborgian Testimony of the Book of Mormon

Christian Swenson

Journals of a Mormon Mystic


23 And he spake unto me, saying: Yea, and the most joyous to the soul.

The Purpose of Life – and it Isn’t Just about Being Tested

Lori Wagner

One Mormon Voice


A Pure, Clean, and Innocent Soul Died for Us

Yen-ku Hsu

Ancient Chinese Oracle and Book of Mormon


24 And after he had said these words, he said unto me: Look! And I looked, and I beheld the Son of God going forth among the children of men; and I saw many fall down at his feet and worship him.

25 And it came to pass that I beheld that the rod of iron, which my father had seen, was the word of God, which led to the fountain of living waters, or to the tree of life; which waters are a representation of the love of God; and I also beheld that the tree of life was a representation of the love of God.

The Tree of Life – Is It Real, and Can we Eat its Fruit?

Michael Maier

Scripture Sight – Insight to help you get the most out of your gospel study


The Iron Rod Medallion

Utah Boy Scouts


Thoughts on the Tree of Life

Dan Olsen

Thoughts on LDS


The Iron Rod Family Home Evening Lesson

Aleah Ingram

LDS Daily


Living Waters

Brittany Nestman

Life of a Sister Missionary – Hectic, stressful, hard, challenging, but also spiritual, rewarding, fun, and amazing.


Internal Consistency in the Book of Mormon:  The Tree of Life and the Fountain of Living Waters

Heavy Metal Mormon – Some personal study on Mormon topics


Fountain of Living Waters

In the Doghouse


Understanding Temple Symbolism: Part 4

Mormon Women Stand


Mercy and the Mother

Steve Reed

One Climbs


A Reservoir of Living Water

David Bednar

CES Fireside for Young Adults, February 4, 2007, Brigham Young University


How Many References in the Book of Mormon Refer to the Name of Jesus?

Ask Gramps


A Vision of the Tree of Life

Lehi’s Dream – Symbolism & Interpretation


26 And the angel said unto me again: Look and behold the condescension of God!

Witness the Condescension of The Son of Man

Gregorio Billikopf

FAIR Mormon


Jesus, Once of Humble Birth

The Gift of Giving Life – Rediscovering the divine nature of pregnancy and birth


The Book of Mormon Facsimile 2 and the Lord of Sabaoth

I began to ponder


27 And I looked and beheld the Redeemer of the world, of whom my father had spoken; and I also beheld the prophet who should prepare the way before him. And the Lamb of God went forth and was baptized of him; and after he was baptized, I beheld the heavens open, and the Holy Ghost come down out of heaven and abide upon him in the form of a dove.

The Lord’s Strange Act

Rex. C. Reeve

BYU Devotional


The Divinity of Jesus Christ and His Atonement

Jesus Christ – Savior and Redeemer


28 And I beheld that he went forth ministering unto the people, in power and great glory; and the multitudes were gathered together to hear him; and I beheld that they cast him out from among them.

He Went Forth Ministering

Book of Mormon Study Notes


29 And I also beheld twelve others following him. And it came to pass that they were carried away in the Spirit from before my face, and I saw them not.

The Narrative of Zosimus and the Book of Mormon

John W. Welch

BYU Studies 1982


The Temple, the Monarchy, and Wisdom: Lehi’s World and the Scholarship of Margaret Barker

Kevin Christensen


30 And it came to pass that the angel spake unto me again, saying: Look! And I looked, and I beheld the heavens open again, and I saw angels descending upon the children of men; and they did minister unto them.

Valentine’s Day Scripture Chase

Mormon Mom on a Mission


31 And he spake unto me again, saying: Look! And I looked, and I beheld the Lamb of God going forth among the children of men. And I beheld multitudes of people who were sick, and who were afflicted with all manner of diseases, and with devils and unclean spirits; and the angel spake and showed all these things unto me. And they were healed by the power of the Lamb of God; and the devils and the unclean spirits were cast out.

The Visual Scriptures

D. Lynn Johnson


32 And it came to pass that the angel spake unto me again, saying: Look! And I looked and beheld the Lamb of God, that he was taken by the people; yea, the Son of the everlasting God was judged of the world; and I saw and bear record.

“A Thing of Naught – World Judgment and the Trial of Jesus Christ”

H. Curtis Wright, 1959.


Why Is the Book of Mormon So Wordy?

Jeff Lindsay


Accepting and Overcoming Adversity

Daily Book of Mormon


33 And I, Nephi, saw that he was lifted up upon the cross and slain for the sins of the world.

Gethsemane:  How a Precious Truth was Lost and Found

Mark A. Mathews

Meridian Magazine


Five Things the World Needs to Know about the Atonement of Jesus Christ

Greg Trimble


34 And after he was slain I saw the multitudes of the earth, that they were gathered together to fight against the apostles of the Lamb; for thus were the twelve called by the angel of the Lord.

35 And the multitude of the earth was gathered together; and I beheld that they were in a large and spacious building, like unto the building which my father saw. And the angel of the Lord spake unto me again, saying: Behold the world and the wisdom thereof; yea, behold the house of Israel hath gathered together to fight against the twelve apostles of the Lamb.

36 And it came to pass that I saw and bear record, that the great and spacious building was the pride of the world; and it fell, and the fall thereof was exceedingly great. And the angel of the Lord spake unto me again, saying: Thus shall be the destruction of all nations, kindreds, tongues, and people, that shall fight against the twelve apostles of the Lamb.

The Parallel Books of Nephi

Andrew Norman

Mormon Puzzle Pieces


Aristocracy of Virtue

Elder L. Aldin Porter

Brigham Young University–Idaho Devotional, October 9, 2001


Foundationless Buildings

By Study and Faith


Thirteen Desert Motifs in Lehi’s Dream

Hugh Nibley

FAIR Mormon


1 Nephi 10 1 Nephi 12