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  • 2 Nephi:Chapter 1- A land of liberty, blessed for the righteous but cursed for the wicked — Lehi's exhortation.
  • 2 Nephi:Chapter 2- Lehi to his son Jacob — Opposition necessary in all things — The forbidden fruit and the tree of life — Adam fell that men might be — Messiah, the great Mediator, to redeem mankind.
  • 2 Nephi:Chapter 3- Lehi to his son Joseph — A prophecy by Joseph in Egypt — A choice seer foretold — The mission of Moses — Hebrew and Nephite scriptures.
  • 2 Nephi:Chapter 4- Lehi blesses the sons and daughters of Laman and Lemuel — Blessings upon Ishmael's household and upon Sam and his posterity — death of Lehi — Further rebellion.
  • 2 Nephi:Chapter 5- Nephi, warned of God, separates from those who seek his life — Zoram, Sam, Jacob and Joseph and others accompany him — The sword of Laban — A temple built — Nephi a king or protector — The rebellious cursed with a dark skin — Priests and teachers consecrated.
  • 2 Nephi:Chapter 6- Jacob's exhortation to the people — He cites the prophecies of Isaiah.
  • 2 Nephi:Chapter 7- Jacob's teachings continued — Compare Isaiah 50.
  • 2 Nephi:Chapter 8- Jacob's teachings continued — Compare Isaiah 51
  • 2 Nephi:Chapter 9- Jacob's teachings continued — The infinite atonement — The Savior's sufferings foreseen — Where there is no law there is no punishment.
  • 2 Nephi:Chapter 10- Jacob's teachings continued — The coming of Christ — No kings upon the land of promise — they who fight against Zion shall perish.
  • 2 Nephi:Chapter 11- Jacob's teachings continued — Witnesses for the word of God — Types of the Redeemer.
  • 2 Nephi:Chapter 12- Prophecies as recorded on the brass plates — Compare Isaiah 2.
  • 2 Nephi:Chapter 13- Scriptures from the brass plates continued — Compare Isaiah 3.
  • 2 Nephi:Chapter 14- Scriptures from the brass plates continued — Compare Isaiah 4.
  • 2 Nephi:Chapter 15- Scriptures from the brass plates continued — Compare Isaiah 5.
  • 2 Nephi:Chapter 16- Scriptures from the brass plates continued — Compare Isaiah 6.
  • 2 Nephi:Chapter 17- Scriptures from the brass plates continued — Compare Isaiah 7.
  • 2 Nephi:Chapter 18- Scriptures from the brass plates continued — Compare Isaiah 8.
  • 2 Nephi:Chapter 19- Scriptures from the brass plates continued — Compare Isaiah 9.
  • 2 Nephi:Chapter 20- Scriptures from the brass plates continued — Compare Isaiah 10.
  • 2 Nephi:Chapter 21- Scriptures from the brass plates continued — Compare Isaiah 11.
  • 2 Nephi:Chapter 22- Scriptures from the brass plates continued — Compare Isaiah 12.
  • 2 Nephi:Chapter 23- Scriptures from the brass plates continued — Compare Isaiah 13.
  • 2 Nephi:Chapter 24- Scriptures from the brass plates continued — Compare Isaiah 14.
  • 2 Nephi:Chapter 25- Nephi's comments — His prediction of the scattering and subsequent gathering of Israel — Time of the Messiah's advent specified.
  • 2 Nephi:Chapter 26- Nephi's predictions continued — Christ to come to the Nephites — Their final destruction — The days of the Gentiles.
  • 2 Nephi:Chapter 27- Nephi's predictions continued — God's judgments upon the wicked — The sealed book — The unlearned man — The three witnesses — A marvelous work and a wonder.
  • 2 Nephi:Chapter 28- Nephi's predictions continued — Latter-day churches and conditions — The kingdom of the devil to be shaken — The misleading precepts of men.
  • 2 Nephi:Chapter 29- Nephi's predictions continued — The Gentiles and the Bible — Other records — God's words to be gathered in one.
  • 2 Nephi:Chapter 30- Nephi's predictions continued — Converted Gentiles to be numbered with the covenant people — Jews and Lamanites to believe — The wicked to be destroyed.
  • 2 Nephi:Chapter 31- Nephi's predictions continued — Why the Savior would be baptized — The straight and narrow way.
  • 2 Nephi:Chapter 32- Nephi's predictions continued — The tongue of angels — Office of the Holy Ghost.
  • 2 Nephi:Chapter 33- Nephi's parting testimony — Not mighty in writing as in speaking — His great concern for his people.