19 Therefore I command you, my son, in the fear of God, that you refrain from your iniquities; that ye turn to the Lord with all your mind, might and strength; that ye lead away the hearts of no more, to do wickedly;
20 But rather return unto them, and acknowledge your faults, and retain that wrong which ye have done; seek not after riches, nor the vain things of this world; for behold, you can not carry them with you.
21 And now, my son, I would say somewhat unto you concerning the coming of Christ.
22 Behold, I say unto you, that it is he that surely shall come, to take away the sins of the world; yea, he cometh to declare glad tidings of salvation unto his people.
23 And now my son, this was the ministry unto which ye were called, to declare these glad tidings unto this people, to prepare their minds; or rather that salvation might come unto them, that they may prepare the minds of their children to hear the word at the time of his coming.
24 And now I will ease your mind somewhat on this subject. Behold, you marvel why these things should be known so long beforehand.
25 Behold, I say unto you, Is not a soul at this time as precious unto God, as a soul will be at the time of his coming?
26 Is it not as necessary that the plan of redemption should be made known unto this people, as well as unto their children?
27 Is it not as easy at this time, for the Lord to send his angel to declare these glad tidings unto us, as unto our children; or as after the time of his coming?
28 Now my son, here is somewhat more I would say unto thee: for I perceive that thy mind is worried concerning the resurrection of the dead.
29 Behold, I say unto you, that there is no resurrection; or I would say in other words, that this mortal does not put on immortality; this corruption does not put on incorruption, until after the coming of Christ.
30 Behold, he bringeth to pass the resurrection of the dead. But behold, my son, the resurrection is not yet.
31 Now I unfold unto you a mystery: nevertheless, there are many mysteries, which are kept, that no one knoweth them, save God himself.
32 But I shew unto you one thing, which I have inquired diligently of God, that I might know; that is, concerning the resurrection.
33 Behold, there is a time appointed that all shall come forth from the dead.
34 Now when this time cometh, no one knows; but God knoweth the time which is appointed.
35 Now whether there shall be one time, or a second time, or a third time, that men shall come forth from the dead, it mattereth not; for God knoweth all these things; and it sufficeth me to know that this is the case; that there is a time appointed that all shall rise from the dead.
36 Now there must needs be a space betwixt the time of death, and the time of the resurrection.
37 And now I would inquire what becometh of the souls of men, from this time of death, to the time appointed for the resurrection?
38 Now whether there is more than one time appointed for men to rise, it mattereth not: for all do not die at once: and this mattereth not; all is as one day, with God; and time only is measured unto men;
39 Therefore there is a time appointed unto men, that they shall rise from the dead; and there is a space between the time of death and the resurrection.
Jesus reveals himself to a notable Jewish scientist.
Dr. James Tour shares his life-changing testimony of Jesus here:
"Yea, when ye shall call upon the Father in my name, with a broken heart and a contrite spirit, then shall ye know that the Father hath remembered the covenant which he made unto your fathers, O house of Israel;"
"And I will pour upon the house of David, and upon the inhabitants of Jerusalem, the spirit of grace and of supplications; and they shall look upon me whom they have pierced, and they shall mourn for him, as one mourneth for his only son, and shall be in bitterness for him, as one that is in bitterness for his firstborn.