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Having included in his record some memorable teachings of his father, Lehi, and his brother Jacob, Nephi resumed with a desire to share more from Isaiah, because his soul delighted in that prophet’s words. One of the reasons for Nephi’s particular appreciation of Isaiah was the fact that the great prophet was an eyewitness of the Redeemer and, like Nephi and Jacob, he knew the great Redeemer personally. In Nephi and Jacob we see brothers who have shared the most sacred of experiences, mentoring and supporting one another.

What can we learn from these eyewitnesses? Accounts from those who know God from personal contact and experience can help prove Christ to us. The words of these three witnesses (Isaiah, Nephi, and Jacob) will “prove” or “establish” the words of God; “nevertheless, God sendeth more witnesses, and he proveth all his words.”

D. Kelly Ogden, Andrew C. Skinner -

D. Kelly Ogden, Andrew C. Skinner

Verse by Verse: The Book of Mormon: Vol. 1

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