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1 And all these things did my father see, and hear, and speak, as he dwelt in a tent, in the valley of Lemuel, and also a great many more things, which cannot be written upon these plates.

Lehi’s Personal Record: Quest for a Missing Source

S. Kent Brown

BYU Studies


Colophon

Book of Mormon Christian


And My Father Dwelt in a Tent

Robert Goth

And That’s My Muse


As Father Lehi

Mama Vanessa

Mama Karmel – the mother advocate


The Beaver Skin Hat: How Joseph Interpreted the Plates

Meg Stout

The Millennial Star


2 And now, as I have spoken concerning these plates, behold they are not the plates upon which I make a full account of the history of my people; for the plates upon which I make a full account of my people I have given the name of Nephi; wherefore, they are called the plates of Nephi, after mine own name; and these plates also are called the plates of Nephi.

3 Nevertheless, I have received a commandment of the Lord that I should make these plates, for the special purpose that there should be an account engraven of the ministry of my people.

4 Upon the other plates should be engraven an account of the reign of the kings, and the wars and contentions of my people; wherefore these plates are for the more part of the ministry; and the other plates are for the more part of the reign of the kings and the wars and contentions of my people.

KnoWhy #11:  Why Did Nephi Write His Small Plates?

Book of Mormon Central


Nephi as King and Priest

Brad Bertelsen

LDS Scriptural Insights


God’s Divine Backup Plan

Aloha Larsen

Religious Reason


The Content of the Gold Plates of the Book of Mormon

Bonnie Hamilton

Witness of Christ


5 Wherefore, the Lord hath commanded me to make these plates for a wise purpose in him, which purpose I know not.

“For a Wise Purpose”

Jeffrey R. Holland, Quorum of the Twelve Apostles

Ensign, January 1996


The Character of God

Jerry Wilson

BYU – Hawaii Devotional


Moneyball and The Book of Mormon

Robert Lockard

Deja Reviewer


6 But the Lord knoweth all things from the beginning; wherefore, he prepareth a way to accomplish all his works among the children of men; for behold, he hath all power unto the fulfilling of all his words. And thus it is. Amen.

Is God Omniscient?


In Gratitude for the Omniscience of God

Rex Butterfield

BYU – Idaho Devotional



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