This is the third and final book in a series which began with The Second Comforter: Conversing With the Lord Through the Veil, and continued in Nephi’s Isaiah. This final book addresses eighteen widely separated verses from the Book of Mormon, with each verse treated in a separate chapter.
You do not need to have read either of the first two books to appreciate this book. This stands alone, though its themes build on matters touched upon in the earlier books.
The diversity, astonishing relevance, and important teachings of the Book of Mormon become wonderfully apparent in this final book in the series. From religious violence, which plagues our times, to advice on joy and the hopes of every person, the breadth of the subjects found in these eighteen verses reminds us of the amazing depth contained in this volume of modern scripture.
Although the Book of Mormon has been in print since 1830, much of the information in Eighteen Verses is new. The reasons for our inadequate familiarity with the Book of Mormon are treated in the first of the eighteen verses. It builds from there to the final verse, which discusses joy.
This book will thrill anyone who seeks for more meaning and a clearer understanding of a profound, but too often neglected, volume of scripture.