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A Day of Power

Analysis of the terms “great,” “marvelous,” and “work” in the Book of Mormon and other scriptures reveals that the Lord’s work comes forth in a day when he manifests his power to an extraordinary degree. This manifestation of power happens in part because the righteous among the Lord’s people are being threatened by the wicked …

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The Pattern of Prophecy

The pattern of prophecy—the core ideas all Hebrew prophecies have in common—tells us there is one “Day of Jehovah” that fulfills all prophecy. That “Day of Jehovah” has precedents in ancient times that foreshadow what would happen again. The end-time “Day of Jehovah” will be like the times of destruction and deliverance in the days …

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Friends of Christ

As trials intensify, so does the comfort God extends from on high: “I now send upon you another Comforter . . . even upon you my friends, that it may abide in your hearts, even the Holy Spirit of promise; which other Comforter is the same that I promised unto my disciples, as is recorded …

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Two Narratives

Because as yet there has occurred no real Mormon (LDS) embrace of the words of Isaiah—neither of his endtime prophecy, of which his historical prophecies are an allegory, nor of his theology that is embedded in his literary devices—perhaps that could account for some of the disconnect developing between two Mormon narratives: (1) the recapitulation …

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Ephraim’s Errand

One way the Middle East today differs from Moses’ day is that many of its inhabitants descend from Abraham, whom God promised all the Land from Mesopotamia to Egypt (Genesis 15:18). Besides Isaac—Abraham’s son by Sarah—and Isaac’s sons Jacob and Esau by Rebekah, those descendants include Ishmael—Abraham’s son by Hagar, ancestor of the Arabs—and Zimran, …

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