bom-14 - 3 Nephi 23-26 n 3 Nephi 23: The Savior approves...

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3 Nephi 23-26 n 3 Nephi 23 : The Savior approves the words of Isaiah, expounds the scriptures, and reminds Nephi to record the fulfillment of Samuel’s prophecies. n 3 Nephi 24-25 : Nephi to write the prophecies of Malachi n 3 Nephi 26 : Jesus expounds all things from the beginning
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The Savior approves the words of Isaiah n What commandment did the Lord give the Nephites? n 3 Nephi 23: 1 n What does the Savior mean by “these things?” n 3 Nephi 22: 5-10
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The Savior reminds Nephi n Which of the prophecies of Samuel was fulfilled, but not recorded in the Nephite records? n 3 Nephi 23: 7-14 n Why was it important for the Nephite record to include the resurrection of other saints after the resurrection of the Savior? n What does it mean that the Savior expounded “all the scriptures in one?”
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All things in one…. n Expounding all the scriptures in one , which truly only the Master, the author of scripture could do, would also demonstrate clearly and unquestionably that all things bear witness of Christ, things in heaven and on earth, things past, things present, and things to come (see Moses 6:63). Such an experience would [verify] the testimony of the prophets that "none of the prophets have written, nor prophesied, save they have spoken concerning this Christ" (Jacob 7:11; see also Mosiah 13:33; 3 Nephi 20:24). All things before Christ pointed forward to his day and to the centrality of his majestic ministry. All things since his mortal experience point back to his entrance into the world as the meridian or central point in time, as well as toward that future day when he shall come with ten thousand times ten thousand of his angels to reign as King of kings and Lord of lords . n Doctrinal Commentary on the Book of Mormon, Joseph Fielding McConkie and Robert Millet, vol. 4, p. 161
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The Savior commands, and Nephi writes the words of Malachi 3 Nephi 24: 1 n 1 AND it came to pass that he commanded them that they should write the words which the Father had given unto Malachi, which he should tell unto them. And it came to pass that after they were written he expounded them. And these are the words which he did tell unto them, saying: Thus said the Father unto Malachi-- Behold, I will send my messenger, and he shall prepare the way before me, and the Lord whom ye seek shall suddenly come to his temple , even the messenger of the covenant, whom ye delight in; behold, he shall come, saith the Lord of Hosts.
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bom-14 - 3 Nephi 23-26 n 3 Nephi 23: The Savior approves...

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