Sunday, October 13, 2019

Abraham 2:11 Salvation, even Life Eternal

Abraham 2:11
" thy [Abraham's] seed after thee ... shall all the families of the earth be blessed, even with the blessings of the Gospel, which are the blessings of salvation, even of life eternal."

Doctrine and Covenants 88:4
"This Comforter is the promise which I give unto you of eternal life, even the glory of the celestial kingdom;"

The word 'even' in these two verses could be used and interpreted in two different ways. This allows for four different ways of interpreting the relationship between salvation, eternal life, and the glory of the celestial kingdom. I will show all four and then explain which one is supported by scripture.

The first could be interpreted two ways when it says, "the blessings of salvation, even of life eternal." It could be interpreted to mean, (1) life eternal is equal to salvation. So this can be written equally to say, 'all the families of the earth will be blessed with the blessings of salvation which is life eternal.' It could also be interpreted to mean, (2) life eternal is greater than salvation. So this can be written equally to say, 'the blessings of the gospel include the blessings of salvation, but not just the blessings of salvation, but also the blessings of life eternal.' This second interpretation implies that life eternal is not the same as salvation because it is something greater.

Now let's look at the second verse and the phrase, "eternal life, even the glory of the celestial kingdom." It could likewise be interpreted to mean, (1) eternal life is equal to the glory of the celestial kingdom. So this can be written equally to say, 'this Comforter is the promise which I give unto you of eternal life which is the glory of the celestial kingdom.' It could also be interpreted to mean, (2) the glory of the celestial kingdom is greater than eternal life. So this can be written equally to say, 'this Comforter is the promise which I give unto you of eternal life, but not just eternal life, but also the glory of the celestial kingdom.' This second interpretation implies that the glory of the celestial kingdom is not the same as eternal life because it is something greater.

Both are possible and appropriate uses of the word 'even.' So how do we know if it is the first or the second? Or could it be different in each verse? Let's explore all four possibilities.

If we use the first interpretation for both:
1) salvation = eternal life = the glory of the celestial kingdom
If we use the second interpretation for both:
2) salvation < eternal life < the glory of the celestial kingdom
If we mix it up then it could be either of the following:
3) salvation < eternal life = the glory of the celestial kingdom
4) salvation = eternal life < the glory of the celestial kingdom

If we didn't use any other scriptures to clarify the relationships of these words we would be stuck with four possible interpretations and none could be eliminated or elevated over the others. However, we do have more.

In D&C 76:81 and 88 we learn that the glory of the telestial kingdom is less than the glory of the celestial kingdom and that they are both included in salvation. So it can be written as follows:

salvation = the glory of the telestial kingdom < the glory of the celestial kingdom
salvation < the glory of the celestial kingdom

So a person can be saved and not be in the celestial kingdom (although the opposite is not true). Now this understanding eliminates option 1 above. The only other scripture that could be attempted to be used to show eternal life equal to the glory of the celestial kingdom is D&C 101:65, but in context it must be eliminated, leaving that relationship unclear; I will explain later. That leaves the relationship between salvation and eternal life the only one remaining to show that either 4 is the correct interpretation or the possibility of either 2 or 3.

For this I will use three scriptures:
Alma 11:40 - "these are they that shall have eternal life, and salvation cometh to none else." Or in other words salvation only comes to those who shall have eternal life.
          salvation = eternal life
D&C 6:13 - the greatest of all the gifts of God = salvation
D&C 14:7 - the greatest of all the gifts of God = eternal life
Since, salvation = the greatest of all the gifts of God = eternal life
          salvation = eternal life

I will admit there are some logical flaws that were introduced as I simplified the scriptures into logic statements. But this clearly shows that option 4 is the only correct interpretation for the relationship between salvation, eternal life, and the glory of the celestial kingdom. This shows that those who were in the room when D&C 88 was received could receive not only the promise of eternal life but also the promise of glory in the celestial kingdom. Likewise, D&C 101:65 in context is referring to the time of the first resurrection. All those in the first resurrection will receive eternal life in the celestial kingdom, but this does not mean that all who receive eternal life at a different time or in a different resurrection will be in the celestial kingdom. To interpret it this way takes the verse out of context.

The flaw of the logic statements is that the glory of the celestial kingdom is not greater than eternal life and salvation but is a greater part within eternal life and salvation. There are a multitude of scriptures that could be used to show that eternal life is equal to salvation in every way but one. All requirements for eternal life are also equally requirements for salvation. All those who receive salvation or, in other words, become heirs of salvation, shall receive eternal life if they endure in their saved state to the end, which is resurrection. Then they enter the kingdom of God, all who are heirs of salvation. Yes that means that all those who are resurrected with telestial, terrestrial, and celestial glory enter the kingdom of God.

All the families of the earth will be blessed with salvation which is eternal life.

Sunday, September 15, 2019

Is baptism required for the telestial kingdom?

Is baptism required for the telestial kingdom?

While the scriptures are not direct in answering the question above, they are clear about the answer to the three questions below.

Is baptism required for salvation?
Is there only one way to be saved?
Are those who receive telestial glory saved?

If the answer is yes to all three questions above then it is yes to the first.

Sunday, June 2, 2019

Never-Ending Happiness

In our most recent General Conference (Apr 2019) President Oaks stated,

When we repent, we have the Lord’s assurance that our sins, including our acts and desires, will be cleansed and our merciful final judge will "remember them no more." Cleansed by repentance, we can qualify for eternal life, which King Benjamin described as "dwell[ing] with God in a state of never-ending happiness."

I have recently been reviewing all 100 references to eternal life in the scriptures and, interestingly, this is not one of them. I looked to see if there was a connection. This quote is near the beginning of King Benjamin's sermon. The only time he says the phrase 'eternal life' is at the very end of his sermon. So I decided to see if there was a semi-direct way to connect these scriptures that President Oaks suggests are connected (Mosiah 2:41 and Mosiah 5:15).

Mosiah 2:41 And moreover, I would desire that ye should consider on the blessed and happy state of those that keep the commandments of God. For behold, they are blessed in all things, both temporal and spiritual; and if they hold out faithful to the end they are received into heaven, that thereby they may dwell with God in a state of never-ending happiness. O remember, remember that these things are true; for the Lord God hath spoken it.

Mosiah 5:15 Therefore, I would that ye should be steadfast and immovable, always abounding in good works, that Christ, the Lord God Omnipotent, may seal you his, that you may be brought to heaven, that ye may have everlasting salvation and eternal life, through the wisdom, and power, and justice, and mercy of him who created all things, in heaven and in earth, who is God above all. Amen.

As you can see it is basic math, if A=B and A=C then B=C. The word heaven is used a lot in the scriptures, but most often it is used as the place where God dwells or a place that He created. Less often, it is used as a place of destination for the righteous. Here in both verses it is clearly being used as a destination for the righteous.

If being "received into heaven" is equal to "dwell[ing] with God in a state of never-ending happiness," and being "brought to heaven" is equal to "hav[ing] everlasting salvation and eternal life," then "hav[ing] everlasting salvation and eternal life" is equal to “dwell[ing] with God in a state of never-ending happiness."

Sunday, March 31, 2019

Upon This Rock

Jesus asked His disciples, "whom say ye that I am? And Simon Peter answered and said, Thou art the Christ, the Son of the living God. And Jesus answered and said unto him, Blessed art thou, Simon Bar-jona: for flesh and blood hath not revealed it unto thee, but my Father which is in heaven. And I say also unto thee, That thou art Peter, and upon this rock I will build my church; and the gates of hell shall not prevail against it. And I will give unto thee the keys of the kingdom of heaven: and whatsoever thou shalt bind on earth shall be bound in heaven: and whatsoever thou shalt loose on earth shall be loosed in heaven." (Matt 16:13-19)

There are three things here that can all be called the rock:
1 Jesus Christ - He is referred to as the rock many times and it is Him and His divinity about whom the question was asked and the conversation was based.
2 Revelation - It was revelation that Jesus emphasized as the means that brought about this knowledge. This teaches of the need for personal revelation and the need for revelation from the living authorities who hold the keys of the kingdom.
3 Peter - Christ says to and about Peter, "upon this rock I will build my church." This is future tense and immediately follows it up with another future tense action: "I will give unto thee the keys of the kingdom of heaven." These two are inseparably connected. The keys of the kingdom of heaven that were eventually given to Peter made him Christ's authority on the earth. He was to be the rock on earth who must use the rock of revelation to communicate with the Rock of Christ to run the church. He who holds the keys of the kingdom on earth is the third rock. It was through Peter and the keys that he held that the church was built in the old days and, through the restoration of those keys through him directly, in these days.

We must each be subject to the three rocks - Jesus Christ, personal revelation, and the living head of the church with the keys of the kingdom.

Sunday, March 17, 2019

New Testament Witness of Kingdoms of Glory - The Sower

The New Testament has very little direct reference to understanding the organization of the Kingdom of God the way that it has since been revealed to Joseph Smith. But now that we know more about how the Kingdom of God is organized, we can look back and understand more clearly what was meant by Jesus.

Matthew 13 has seven parables that are both instructive as individual parables and, in their proper order, relating to the future of when the parables were given. Here I will only focus on the first parable and how it refers to the Kingdom of God in connection with what has been revealed to Joseph Smith regarding our understanding of the kingdoms within the Kingdom.

We know that the parable of the sower has a direct reference to the Kingdom of God because Jesus states that this is the purpose of telling parables in Matthew 13:10-11. The sower is a parable, which means it has hidden meanings that may not be apparent initially. From Joseph Smith we learn that after the resurrection, which includes judgement, the final state of the soul is that the saints will live in heaven and the sons of perdition will live in hell, often referred to as outer darkness. The saints, who go to heaven, will be part of the Kingdom of God which is organized into three levels or kingdoms, telestial, terrestrial, and celestial, and the celestial, which is the top, is further divided into three levels of degrees. When we look at the parable of the sower after understanding the organization that God has in His kingdom, it becomes clear and more instructive.

Eternal Damnation (Post Resurrection Outer Darkness)
The parable starts by referring to those who do not make it into the kingdom. "Behold, a sower went forth to sow; And when he sowed, some seeds fell by the way side, and the fowls came and devoured them up." Jesus teaches us, "When any one heareth the word of the kingdom, and understandeth it not, then cometh the wicked one, and catcheth away that which was sown in his heart. This is he which received seed by the way side." The person who persists in this state up to the resurrection will become as those who will not be forgiven and will receive eternal damnation. To understand this state better, please refer to my blog post No Forgiveness in This World or The Next.

Eternal Salvation (Post Resurrection Kingdom of God)
The rest of the parable refers to those who do make it into the kingdom. But not everyone embraces the gospel as quickly or as well as our Perfect Example. Yet because of Him we are given the ability to repent. One of the most gracious aspects of the atonement of Jesus Christ is our ability to repent after this life and before our resurrection. Many people represented in this parable are those who in this life did not bear fruit but because of the infinite mercy of God are still able to become saints.

Kingdom of God: Telestial Kingdom
The parable continues by referring to those who will be the least in the kingdom. "Some fell upon stony places, where they had not much earth: and forthwith they sprung up, because they had no deepness of earth: And when the sun was up, they were scorched; and because they had no root, they withered away." Jesus teaches us, "But he that received the seed into stony places, the same is he that heareth the word, and anon with joy receiveth it; Yet hath he not root in himself, but dureth for a while: for when tribulation or persecution ariseth because of the word, by and by he is offended." I am convince that God will remind these people of the joy that they felt until, like the prodigal's son, they repent and receive the Holy Ghost.

Kingdom of God: Terrestrial Kingdom
The parable continues by referring to those who last much longer at doing good and living well. "And some fell among thorns; and the thorns sprung up, and choked them." Jesus teaches us, "He also that received seed among the thorns is he that heareth the word; and the care of this world, and the deceitfulness of riches, choke the word, and he becometh unfruitful." This description fits extremely well that described of those who receive terrestrial glory in D&C 76, "These are they who are honorable men of the earth, who were blinded by the craftiness of men ... [or] who are not valiant in the testimony of Jesus."

Kingdom of God: Celestial Kingdom
The parable finishes by referring to those who bear fruit. "But other fell into good ground, and brought forth fruit, some an hundredfold, some sixtyfold, some thirtyfold." Jesus teaches us, "But he that received seed into the good ground is he that heareth the word, and understandeth it; which also beareth fruit, and bringeth forth, some an hundredfold, some sixty, some thirty." It is completely fitting that those who bear fruit are like the servant with many talents who the Lord says, "Well done, thou good and faithful [or we could say fruitful] servant: thou hast been faithful over a few things, I will make thee ruler over many things: enter thou into the joy of thy lord." In D&C 131 it states, "In the celestial glory there are three heavens or degrees." This matches the interpretation that those who remain fruitful make it into the celestial kingdom.

Sunday, February 3, 2019

The False Doctrine of Telestial Glory

Their are many who are wicked in this life, who will remain wicked after they die, never accepting Jesus, but not denying or rejecting the Holy Ghost. They will be capable of being saved, and be clean and spotless before God at the judgement day, because they will have paid the penalty of their transgressions which alone cleanses them. They will do this by suffering the wrath of God and the vengeance of eternal fire for their own sins for a thousand years which will cleans them and justify them before God. They will not rely on the sufferings, mercies or merits of Jesus because they rejected Him, His testimony, His gospel, His prophets, and His everlasting covenant in this life and the next. While remaining in their wicked state, yet being saved, they will receive a portion of God's glory, but certainly not a fullness. They will receive glory because they were not as wicked as the sons of perdition and yet they will still be in hell, incapable of being good. They will still be liars, sorcerers, adulterers, and whoremongers at heart and will have wicked hearts and intentions. In their wickedness they will be able to stand in the presence of God the Holy Ghost, but not in the presence of God the Son or God the Father. They will be wicked servants of the Most High and receive ministering angels from those who do believe in Jesus in the terrestrial kingdom, yet they still will not accept Him.

I have written the above paragraph as an exercise to see if you can spot what is false and what is true. Normally in my blog posts I go into detail answering everything that is incorrect or inaccurate. This time I am going to leave that for a future blog post. I suspect most members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints will find two things that at least sound odd. How many will you find? Are there two? Are there more than two? Are they just odd or are they wrong? Can you back it up with scripture? I suspect if you are looking to non-scriptural sources you will only get confused. In fact, it wouldn't surprise me if non-latter-day saints would do a better job of picking out what is wrong with the above paragraph. Feel free to comment.

Sunday, December 30, 2018

Salvation and Damnation in the Book of Mormon

I have been studying salvation for over 20 years. There is a lot to understand and a lot of opinions out there as to what it is and isn't. In order to remove opinion and understand core doctrine, I often resort to the scriptures to understand it more correctly and sometimes find that they contradict prominent or well accepted opinions. I have also discovered that to understand it better we must understand its opposite. This is a compilation of all scripture in the Book of Mormon with reference to the state of the soul after the resurrection. I started with the Book of Mormon because of its plainness and easiness to understand. This started out focusing on salvation and then, with my latest run through, decided to include everything relating to the state of the soul after resurrection (meaning after judgement). There are several verses which refer to this state of the soul after the resurrection which are either hypothetical or stated by those who were not prophets. These verses are labeled with an 'F' for false doctrine. Some of the verses refer to the state of the soul going to the judgement which are clear regarding their outcome after the judgement. These were also included.

Eventually, I hope to compile an extended list of verses in all scriptures including the Bible. There are certain phrases that were hard to interpret the meaning. For example, the word perish often refers to the death of the body but sometimes refers to the death of the spirit, which is separation from God and becomes permanent after our resurrection. In some instances it is not clear which it is referring to and I made a judgment call and included it or did not include it in this list. If you feel I have missed any verses or have included any incorrectly please comment. At this time I am offering no interpretation and provide this as a reference for your study and edification. Overall, about one tenth of all the verses in the Book of Mormon refer directly to the the state of the soul after resurrection.

S - salvation
D - damnation
B - both
F - false doctrine

1 Nephi 1:14 S
1 Nephi 1:19 S
1 Nephi 2:21 D
1 Nephi 6:4 S
1 Nephi 8:3 S
1 Nephi 8:36 D
1 Nephi 8:37 S
1 Nephi 10:21 D
1 Nephi 13:36 S
1 Nephi 13:37 S
1 Nephi 13:40 B
1 Nephi 14:3 D
1 Nephi 14:5 D
1 Nephi 14:7 B
1 Nephi 15:14 S
1 Nephi 15:15 S
1 Nephi 15:24 S
1 Nephi 15:33 D
1 Nephi 15:34 B
1 Nephi 15:35 B
1 Nephi 15:36 B
1 Nephi 16:2 S
1 Nephi 17:47 D
1 Nephi 19:11 S
1 Nephi 19:17 S
1 Nephi 20:9 S
1 Nephi 20:11 D
1 Nephi 20:20 S
1 Nephi 21:6 S
1 Nephi 21:8 S
1 Nephi 22:17 S
1 Nephi 22:19 B
1 Nephi 22:20 D
1 Nephi 22:31 S
2 Nephi 1:15 S
2 Nephi 1:17 D
2 Nephi 1:20 D
2 Nephi 1:22 D
2 Nephi 1:28 S
2 Nephi 2:3 S
2 Nephi 2:4 S
2 Nephi 2:5 D
2 Nephi 2:6 S
2 Nephi 2:8 B
2 Nephi 2:9 S
2 Nephi 2:10 B
2 Nephi 2:26 B
2 Nephi 2:27 B
2 Nephi 2:28 S
2 Nephi 2:29 D (50)
2 Nephi 2:30 S
2 Nephi 3:15 S
2 Nephi 4:4 D
2 Nephi 4:7 S
2 Nephi 4:9 S
2 Nephi 4:30 S
2 Nephi 4:31 S
2 Nephi 4:35 S
2 Nephi 5:20 D
2 Nephi 6:12 S
2 Nephi 6:14 S
2 Nephi 7:1 D
2 Nephi 7:2 D
2 Nephi 8:5 S
2 Nephi 8:6 S
2 Nephi 8:8 S
2 Nephi 8:11 S
2 Nephi 9:6 D
2 Nephi 9:7 D
2 Nephi 9:8 D
2 Nephi 9:9 D
2 Nephi 9:16 B
2 Nephi 9:18 S
2 Nephi 9:19 S
2 Nephi 9:21 S
2 Nephi 9:23 B
2 Nephi 9:24 D
2 Nephi 9:25 S
2 Nephi 9:26 S
2 Nephi 9:27 D
2 Nephi 9:38 D
2 Nephi 9:39 B
2 Nephi 9:41 B
2 Nephi 9:43 S
2 Nephi 9:44 S
2 Nephi 9:45 S
2 Nephi 9:46 B
2 Nephi 10:13 D
2 Nephi 10:14 B
2 Nephi 10:16 D
2 Nephi 10:23 B
2 Nephi 10:24 S
2 Nephi 10:25 S
2 Nephi 11:5 S
2 Nephi 11:6 B
2 Nephi 13:11 D
2 Nephi 19:7 S
2 Nephi 21:10 S
2 Nephi 22:2 S
2 Nephi 22:3 S (100)
2 Nephi 23:22 D
2 Nephi 24:3 S
2 Nephi 24:7 S
2 Nephi 24:12 D
2 Nephi 24:13 F
2 Nephi 24:14 F
2 Nephi 24:15 D
2 Nephi 24:18 S
2 Nephi 25:13 S
2 Nephi 25:20 S
2 Nephi 25:23 S
2 Nephi 25:27 S
2 Nephi 25:29 S
2 Nephi 26:8 S
2 Nephi 26:10 D
2 Nephi 26:24 S
2 Nephi 26:27 S
2 Nephi 26:31 D
2 Nephi 26:32 D
2 Nephi 27:33 S
2 Nephi 28:8 F
2 Nephi 28:19 D
2 Nephi 28:23 D
2 Nephi 29:4 S
2 Nephi 30:1 D
2 Nephi 30:2 D
2 Nephi 31:15 S
2 Nephi 31:16 B
2 Nephi 31:18 S
2 Nephi 31:19 S
2 Nephi 31:20 S
2 Nephi 31:21 S
2 Nephi 32:4 D
2 Nephi 33:4 S
2 Nephi 33:6 S
2 Nephi 33:7 S
2 Nephi 33:9 S
2 Nephi 33:12 S
2 Nephi 33:14 D
Jacob 1:6 S
Jacob 1:7 B
Jacob 1:19 D
Jacob 2:16 D
Jacob 2:18 S
Jacob 3:10 D
Jacob 3:11 B
Jacob 4:11 S
Jacob 4:12 S
Jacob 4:13 S
Jacob 5:8 S (150)
Jacob 5:13 S
Jacob 5:18 S
Jacob 5:19 S
Jacob 5:20 S
Jacob 5:23 S
Jacob 5:27 S
Jacob 5:29 S
Jacob 5:31 S
Jacob 5:33 S
Jacob 5:71 S
Jacob 5:74 S
Jacob 5:75 S
Jacob 5:76 S
Jacob 5:77 B
Jacob 6:3 B
Jacob 6:4 S
Jacob 6:8 D
Jacob 6:9 D
Jacob 6:10 D
Jacob 6:11 S
Jacob 6:13 B
Jacob 7:12 D
Jacob 7:18 D
Jacob 7:25 S
Enos 1:3 S
Enos 1:13 S
Enos 1:23 B
Enos 1:27 S
Jarom 1:2 S
Omni 1:26 S
Words of Mormon 1:8 S
Mosiah 1:12 B
Mosiah 2:27 S
Mosiah 2:28 S
Mosiah 2:33 D
Mosiah 2:38 D
Mosiah 2:39 D
Mosiah 2:41 S
Mosiah 3:9 S
Mosiah 3:12 B
Mosiah 3:16 B
Mosiah 3:17 S
Mosiah 3:18 S
Mosiah 3:24 B
Mosiah 3:25 D
Mosiah 3:26 D
Mosiah 3:27 D
Mosiah 4:6 S
Mosiah 4:7 S
Mosiah 4:8 S (200)
Mosiah 4:18 B
Mosiah 5:5 S
Mosiah 5:8 S
Mosiah 5:9 S
Mosiah 5:10 D
Mosiah 5:12 S
Mosiah 5:14 D
Mosiah 5:15 S
Mosiah 12:21 S
Mosiah 12:23 S
Mosiah 12:24 S
Mosiah 12:31 S
Mosiah 12:32 S
Mosiah 12:33 S
Mosiah 13:9 S
Mosiah 13:27 S
Mosiah 13:28 S
Mosiah 13:32 S
Mosiah 13:33 S
Mosiah 15:1 S
Mosiah 15:9 S
Mosiah 15:11 S
Mosiah 15:12 S
Mosiah 15:14 S
Mosiah 15:18 S
Mosiah 15:19 B
Mosiah 15:22 S
Mosiah 15:23 S
Mosiah 15:24 S
Mosiah 15:25 S
Mosiah 15:26 D
Mosiah 15:27 D
Mosiah 15:28 S
Mosiah 15:30 S
Mosiah 15:31 S
Mosiah 16:1 S
Mosiah 16:2 D
Mosiah 16:4 S
Mosiah 16:5 D
Mosiah 16:6 S
Mosiah 16:11 B
Mosiah 16:13 S
Mosiah 16:15 S
Mosiah 17:15 S
Mosiah 18:2 S
Mosiah 18:7 S
Mosiah 18:9 S
Mosiah 18:13 S
Mosiah 18:18 S
Mosiah 18:20 S (250)
Mosiah 23:22 S
Mosiah 26:20 S
Mosiah 26:21 S
Mosiah 26:23 S
Mosiah 26:24 S
Mosiah 26:25 D
Mosiah 26:26 D
Mosiah 26:27 D
Mosiah 26:28 D
Mosiah 27:16 D
Mosiah 27:24 S
Mosiah 27:25 S
Mosiah 27:26 B
Mosiah 27:27 B
Mosiah 27:29 S
Mosiah 27:31 D
Mosiah 28:3 B
Mosiah 28:4 D
Mosiah 28:7 S
Alma 1:4 F
Alma 2:30 S
Alma 3:26 B
Alma 5:7 D
Alma 5:9 S
Alma 5:10 S
Alma 5:13 S
Alma 5:16 S
Alma 5:17 D
Alma 5:18 D
Alma 5:19 B
Alma 5:20 D
Alma 5:21 B
Alma 5:22 D
Alma 5:23 D
Alma 5:24 B
Alma 5:25 D
Alma 5:27 S
Alma 5:28 B
Alma 5:29 D
Alma 5:31 B
Alma 5:33 S
Alma 5:34 S
Alma 5:35 S
Alma 5:42 D
Alma 5:50 S
Alma 5:51 B
Alma 5:52 D
Alma 5:56 B
Alma 5:58 S
Alma 5:62 S (300)
Alma 6:8 S
Alma 7:9 S
Alma 7:12 S
Alma 7:13 S
Alma 7:14 B
Alma 7:15 B
Alma 7:16 S
Alma 7:19 S
Alma 7:21 D
Alma 7:25 S
Alma 9:11 D
Alma 9:12 B
Alma 9:13 D
Alma 9:15 B
Alma 9:17 S
Alma 9:23 B
Alma 9:25 S
Alma 9:27 S
Alma 9:28 B
Alma 10:20 S
Alma 11:34 D
Alma 11:35 F
Alma 11:36 D
Alma 11:37 B
Alma 11:40 B
Alma 11:41 B
Alma 11:43 D
Alma 11:44 B
Alma 12:6 D
Alma 12:8 B
Alma 12:11 D
Alma 12:12 B
Alma 12:13 D
Alma 12:14 D
Alma 12:15 B
Alma 12:16 D
Alma 12:17 D
Alma 12:18 D
Alma 12:24 B
Alma 12:26 D
Alma 12:32 D
Alma 12:33 S
Alma 12:34 S
Alma 12:35 D
Alma 12:36 D
Alma 12:37 S
Alma 13:2 S
Alma 13:3 S
Alma 13:6 S
Alma 13:10 S (350)
Alma 13:12 S
Alma 13:13 S
Alma 13:16 S
Alma 13:21 S
Alma 13:29 S
Alma 13:30 S
Alma 14:5 F
Alma 14:11 D
Alma 14:21 D
Alma 15:6 S
Alma 15:8 S
Alma 15:17 S
Alma 16:17 B
Alma 17:11 S
Alma 17:16 S
Alma 18:39 S
Alma 19:6 S
Alma 19:13 S
Alma 19:29 S (Alma 100)
Alma 20:17 D
Alma 21:6 S
Alma 21:7 S
Alma 21:9 B
Alma 22:6 B
Alma 22:13 S
Alma 22:14 B
Alma 22:15 S
Alma 22:18 S
Alma 24:14 S
Alma 24:15 S
Alma 24:16 S
Alma 24:22 S
Alma 24:26 S
Alma 24:27 S
Alma 25:16 S
Alma 26:6 S
Alma 26:7 S
Alma 26:15 S
Alma 26:19 S
Alma 26:20 S
Alma 26:26 S
Alma 26:30 S
Alma 26:35 S
Alma 26:36 S
Alma 27:4 S
Alma 28:12 S
Alma 28:14 S
Alma 29:2 S
Alma 29:4 B
Alma 29:5 B (400)
Alma 29:17 S
Alma 30:46 D
Alma 30:47 D
Alma 30:60 D
Alma 31:17 F
Alma 31:28 F
Alma 32:13 S
Alma 32:32 D
Alma 32:38 D
Alma 32:40 D
Alma 32:41 S
Alma 32:42 S
Alma 33:21 D
Alma 33:22 S
Alma 33:23 S
Alma 34:6 S
Alma 34:7 S
Alma 34:9 B
Alma 34:15 S (Alma 150)
Alma 34:16 S
Alma 34:18 S
Alma 34:31 S
Alma 34:32 S
Alma 34:33 S
Alma 34:34 B
Alma 34:35 D
Alma 34:36 S
Alma 34:37 S
Alma 34:39 S
Alma 34:41 S
Alma 36:3 S
Alma 36:9 D
Alma 36:11 D
Alma 36:14 D
Alma 36:15 D
Alma 36:22 S
Alma 36:28 S
Alma 36:30 D
Alma 37:7 S
Alma 37:8 S
Alma 37:13 D
Alma 37:34 S
Alma 37:37 S
Alma 37:44 S
Alma 37:45 S
Alma 37:46 S
Alma 37:47 S
Alma 38:1 D
Alma 38:5 S
Alma 38:9 S (450)
Alma 38:15 S
Alma 39:8 B
Alma 39:9 B
Alma 39:12 D
Alma 39:15 S
Alma 39:16 S
Alma 39:18 S
Alma 40:21 B
Alma 40:25 S
Alma 40:26 D
Alma 41:3 B
Alma 41:4 B
Alma 41:5 B
Alma 41:6 S
Alma 41:7 B
Alma 41:8 S
Alma 41:10 F
Alma 41:14 S
Alma 42:1 D (Alma 200)
Alma 42:3 D
Alma 42:5 B
Alma 42:6 D
Alma 42:7 D
Alma 42:8 D
Alma 42:9 B
Alma 42:11 B
Alma 42:12 D
Alma 42:13 B
Alma 42:14 D
Alma 42:15 B
Alma 42:16 B
Alma 42:23 B
Alma 42:24 B
Alma 42:26 B
Alma 42:27 B
Alma 42:28 D
Alma 42:31 S
Alma 46:39 S
Alma 46:41 S
Alma 48:23 D
Alma 50:20 D
Alma 54:7 D
Alma 54:20 F
Alma 54:22 F
Alma 57:36 S
Alma 58:41 S
Alma 60:13 S
Helaman 3:28 S
Helaman 3:29 B
Helaman 3:30 S (500)
Helaman 5:8 S
Helaman 5:9 S
Helaman 5:10 S
Helaman 5:11 S
Helaman 5:32 S
Helaman 6:28 D
Helaman 6:40 D
Helaman 7:16 D
Helaman 7:17 D
Helaman 8:15 S
Helaman 8:18 S
Helaman 8:23 S
Helaman 8:25 B
Helaman 8:26 D
Helaman 12:20 D
Helaman 12:21 D
Helaman 12:22 B
Helaman 12:23 S
Helaman 12:24 S
Helaman 12:25 B
Helaman 12:26 B
Helaman 13:6 B
Helaman 13:38 D
Helaman 13:39 S
Helaman 14:2 S
Helaman 14:8 S
Helaman 14:15 S
Helaman 14:18 B
Helaman 14:19 D
Helaman 14:29 B
Helaman 14:30 D
Helaman 14:31 B
Helaman 15:4 S
3 Nephi 5:13 S
3 Nephi 5:20 S
3 Nephi 6:20 S
3 Nephi 9:14 S
3 Nephi 9:17 S
3 Nephi 9:21 S
3 Nephi 9:22 S
3 Nephi 11:33 S
3 Nephi 11:34 D
3 Nephi 11:37 B
3 Nephi 11:38 B
3 Nephi 12:3 S
3 Nephi 12:10 S
3 Nephi 12:12 S
3 Nephi 12:20 B
3 Nephi 12:30 D
3 Nephi 13:33 S (550)
3 Nephi 14:13 D
3 Nephi 14:14 S
3 Nephi 14:19 D
3 Nephi 14:21 B
3 Nephi 14:23 D
3 Nephi 15:1 S
3 Nephi 15:9 S
3 Nephi 16:19 S
3 Nephi 16:20 S
3 Nephi 18:32 S
3 Nephi 20:13 S
3 Nephi 20:34 S
3 Nephi 20:35 S
3 Nephi 20:38 S
3 Nephi 20:40 S
3 Nephi 23:5 S
3 Nephi 26:4 B
3 Nephi 26:5 B
3 Nephi 27:6 S
3 Nephi 27:11 D
3 Nephi 27:12 D
3 Nephi 27:14 B
3 Nephi 27:15 B
3 Nephi 27:16 S
3 Nephi 27:17 D
3 Nephi 27:19 B
3 Nephi 27:20 S
3 Nephi 27:22 S
3 Nephi 27:30 S
3 Nephi 27:31 S
3 Nephi 27:32 D
3 Nephi 27:33 B
3 Nephi 28:2 S
3 Nephi 28:3 S
3 Nephi 28:8 S
3 Nephi 28:10 S
3 Nephi 28:34 D
3 Nephi 28:35 B
3 Nephi 28:40 S
3 Nephi 29:7 D
4 Nephi 1:17 S
Mormon 2:19 S
Mormon 3:20 B
Mormon 3:22 S
Mormon 5:22 B
Mormon 6:21 S
Mormon 7:3 S
Mormon 7:5 S
Mormon 7:7 S
Mormon 7:10 S (600)
Mormon 8:31 F
Mormon 8:38 B
Mormon 9:3 D
Mormon 9:4 D
Mormon 9:5 D
Mormon 9:6 S
Mormon 9:12 S
Mormon 9:14 B
Mormon 9:23 B
Mormon 9:26 D
Mormon 9:27 S
Mormon 9:29 S
Ether 2:15 D
Ether 3:13 S
Ether 3:14 S
Ether 4:10 B
Ether 4:18 B
Ether 4:19 S
Ether 5:4 D
Ether 5:5 S
Ether 5:6 B
Ether 8:26 S
Ether 12:4 S
Ether 12:32 B
Ether 12:33 S
Ether 12:34 B
Ether 12:37 S
Ether 12:38 S
Ether 12:41 S
Ether 15:34 S
Moroni 7:3 S
Moroni 7:26 S
Moroni 7:27 S
Moroni 7:28 S
Moroni 7:34 S
Moroni 7:36 S
Moroni 7:38 B
Moroni 7:41 S
Moroni 7:47 S
Moroni 7:48 S
Moroni 8:10 S
Moroni 8:13 B
Moroni 8:15 F
Moroni 8:16 B
Moroni 8:17 S
Moroni 8:20 S
Moroni 8:21 D
Moroni 8:22 S
Moroni 8:26 S
Moroni 9:6 S (650)
Moroni 9:22 S
Moroni 9:25 S
Moroni 9:26 S
Moroni 10:21 B
Moroni 10:26 D
Moroni 10:34 S (656)