If the Brother of Jared's Sixteen Stones were Prophets and Apostles

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In The Book of Mormon we read about sixteen stones found by the Brother of Jared and touched by the finger of the Lord. These stones were clear and transparent, prepared by God, beyond the understanding of men, and they gave light to followers of Christ as they sailed across the great deep. How might these stones help us learn more about the purpose of prophets and apostles as taught by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints? Take this dive to learn more!
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Ether 1: Moroni abridges the writings of Ether—Ether’s genealogy is set forth—The language of the Jaredites is not confounded at the Tower of Babel—The Lord promises to lead them to a choice land and make them a great nation.

Ether 2: The Jaredites prepare for their journey to a promised land—It is a choice land whereon men must serve Christ or be swept off—The Lord talks to the brother of Jared for three hours—The Jaredites build barges—The Lord asks the brother of Jared to propose how the barges will be lighted.

Ether 3: The brother of Jared sees the finger of the Lord as He touches sixteen stones—Christ shows His spirit body to the brother of Jared—Those who have a perfect knowledge cannot be kept from within the veil—Interpreters are provided to bring the Jaredite record to light.

Ether 4: Moroni is commanded to seal up the writings of the brother of Jared—They will not be revealed until men have faith even as the brother of Jared—Christ commands men to believe His words and those of His disciples—Men are commanded to repent, believe the gospel, and be saved.

Ether 5: Three witnesses and the work itself will stand as a testimony of the truthfulness of the Book of Mormon.

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