Book of Mormon Scriptural Phrases

by Roger Allen Dibb

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From the introductory "I, Nephi, having been born of goodly parents," to Moroni's final parting words "And now I bid unto all, farewell," and from the ubiquitous "And it came to pass" to the soaring poetry of Nephi's "Awake, my soul! No longer droop in sin," the Book of Mormon is replete with memorable phrases. In Book of Mormon Scriptural Phrases, Roger A. Dibb has compiled more than 4,200 scriptural phrases—from the mundane to the sublime—provided a brief definition of each, and indicated where else identical or similar phrases can be found in the Book of Mormon. This book is a handy and extremely useful reference work for students of the Book of Mormon, particularly those who not only treasure the truthfulness of the record but delight in the way those truths are delivered.

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Roger Allen Dibb

Roger A. Dibb has studied and explored the phrases of the Book of Mormon for decades. As a CPA and tax accountant for more than thirty years, he has an eye for detail. He earned degrees in finance and accounting from Brigham Young University and the University of Utah and owns an accounting firm in Utah. He and his wife, Ann Monson Dibb, are the parents of one daughter and three sons and the grandparents to more than a few wonderful grandchildren.

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Book of Mormon Scriptural Phrases
By , Submitted on 2016-01-12

I really like this book.
It provides a much needed compliment to other Book of Mormon study guides.
Here's one suggestion on how to make it an even better experience for the reader.
In the next edition, add phrase listings by chapter and verse. I think this would make it much more user friendly.

Curiously fabulous!
By , Submitted on 2016-01-06

If you told me what this book was before I saw it, I would think it on par with handing someone the index of the Book of Mormon. But when I read through it, I was impressed with how useful and enjoyable it was to read. First of all, it testifies of the truthfulness of the Book of Mormon. You see the wide array of terms and expressions used that were not in use in Joseph Smith's day. But more important to me, who already has a testimony, it brings new meaning to the expressions. You can see them in many places and think of WHY they were used to convey what the Lord wants to convey to us. The bigger picture, so to speak. Somehow, just reading the book for a while, made me feel happy and made me want to keep reading and studying what more the Book of Mormon has to offer.

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