Enos (Book of Mormon)

Enos (Book Of Mormon)

Enos (Book of Mormon)

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According to the Book of Mormon, Enos, was a son of Jacob, a Nephite prophet and author of the Book of Enos.

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Nephite record keeping



Enos was third in the series of record keepers who maintained the record of the Nephites, a set of metal plates containing the spiritual and secular history of the Nephites. Enos was given charge of the record by his father, Jacob, son of Lehi and brother of Nephi. Both Nephi and Jacob had kept the record previously, recording First and Second Nephi and the Book of Jacob, respectively. Enos's contribution to the record, the Book of Enos, consists of a single chapter, told in the first person, describing his own conversion and subsequent ministry.

Following Enos's death the record of the Nephites was kept by Enos' son, Jarom.

Early life

No details of Enos's early life are given except that he had been taught by his father "in the nurture and the admonition of the Lord". it is sometimes assumed that he had been rebellious prior to that time. President Spencer W. Kimball said, "Like many sons of good families he strayed. How heinous were his sins I do not know, but they must have been grievous".New Era, March 1978,

Conversion

Enos relates that, while hunting wild beasts in the forest, his "soul...
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