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Screenshot from the Messages of Christ video "Finding Christ in the Creation"
The Creation account in Genesis may be one of the best-known scriptural accounts, but what does it personally mean to you? In a new video, “Finding Christ in the Creation,” Daniel Smith looks beyond the literal creation to discover a more personal meaning in the Creation. In this video, Daniel breaks down the events of the Creation, demonstrating where exactly Christ shows up in each day. By...
The hero image of Bible Central, a new Old Testament resource for Latter-day Saints.
Christmas Gifts At this splendid Christmastime, Book of Mormon Central is pleased to share some gifts that will continue giving all through 2022. As Latter-day Saints around the world begin their study of the Old Testament, we at Book of Mormon Central hope that you can supplement your Come, Follow Me study with these new, free, online resources that we have prepared for studying the Old...
La Virgen del Apocalipsis, by Miguel Cabrera
As discussed in our December 10th Come, Follow Me blog post by Jasmin Gimenez, the Book of Mormon prophet Nephi recorded a panoramic vision of future events ( 1 Nephi 11–14 ). However, Nephi was instructed to not record the conclusion of his vision. This is because, according to his angelic guide, this portion of the vision would later be written by John, one of the “apostles of the...
The Ark of the Covenant in the Holy of Holies in the ancient Israelite Tabernacle
The Day of Atonement, or Yom Kippur, is the most holy and solemn day of the Jewish calendar. It is the only day when the high priest could enter the Holy of Holies, the most sacred place within the Tabernacle and ancient temples. It was the only day when the high priest reconciled Israel with God and symbolically brought them back into the presence of the Lord. No other day, and no other ancient...
Opening Isaiah: A Harmony Header Image
The BYU Religious Studies Center has recently published a new book that will surely be helpful to anyone interested in understanding Isaiah in the Book of Mormon. Ann Madsen and Shon Hopkin’s new book, Opening Isaiah: A Harmony lays out five different versions of the book of Isaiah in parallel columns, allowing the reader to compare each version: (1) the King James Version, (2) the...
A 2,700-year-old clay seal impression which potentially belonged to the biblical prophet Isaiah. (Ouria Tadmor/© Eilat Mazar)
A new archaeological excavation at the south of the Temple Mount in Jerusalem has just barely uncovered an 8 th century seal impression that might have belonged to the biblical prophet Isaiah, revered by Nephi and other Book of Mormon prophets.