Hebrew Words In the Book of Mormon

Significant English Words Verify the Hebrew Origin and Authenticity of The Book of Mormon

The Book of Mormon is an ancient record written by descendants of the House of Israel found in America.

Words, phrases, and content of the Book of Mormon exhibit profound Hebrew origin.

Check out the links below containing the Book of Mormon's amazing examples of perfect Hebrew language translated to English.

Plainness

Hebrew's divided scripture on four levels: mysterious, deep, allegorical, and 'plain.' The Ancient Book of Mormon speaks in Plainness.

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Faith

Faith Translates to 'Firm, Steady' in ancient Hebrew. The Ancient Hebrew meaning of Firm and Steadfast represent 'Faith' in the Book of Mormon.

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Support

Faith Also means to Trust God for 'Support' ancient Hebrew. The Book of Mormon exactly matches the Hebrew definition of trusting God for Support. Incredibly, the English Book of Mormon language matches recent Jewish Bible translations (unavailable when the Book of Mormon was published).

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Merciful

The Hebrew meaning of Merciful means 'To Be Wrapped In Arms for Protection.'
Absent from the King James, this meaning is found abundantly in the Book of Mormon.

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Bands of Death

Scholars note Acts 2:24 is incorrectly translated.
'Pains' of death should be 'bands' of death instead, according to Charles Ellicott.
Where is the Classical Hebrew phrase bands of death found?
Actually nowhere in the King James Bible, but if found within many verses of the Book of Mormon.

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Doom

The Book of Mormon correctly uses this Hebrew word not found in English Bibles.

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Nothingness

The Book of Mormon correctly uses this Hebrew word not found in English Bibles but exists in Jewish/Hebrew Bibles.

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To Miss the Mark

The Book of Mormon includes this Hebrew term not found in English Bibles.

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Willfulness

Although not found in English Bibles, the word 'Willfulness' occurs in the Book of Mormon and throughout Jewish Bibles.

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Thick Darkness

While 'thick darkness' appears in English Bibles, the pure definition is 'darkness that can be felt.' Only the Book of Mormon explains this term according to its ancient Hebrew meaning.

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