Israel is divided into four physiographic regions:
This was at the commencement of the first year of the reign of Zedekiah, king of Judah 1 Nephi 1: This was about the time when King Zedekiah was carried captive into Babylon 2 Kings Their leader, Mulek, was the only surviving son of king Zedekiah Helaman 8: The Mulekites or People of Zarahemla did not bring or keep records; so we know them principally through the records of the Nephites.
They later called their landing place the land of their fathers' first inheritance. And the people of Nephi journeyed in the wilderness for many days 2 Nephi 5: And they called the name of the place Nephi 2 Nephi 5: They were some skirmishes with the Lamanites over the next decade 2 Nephi 5: The wars with the Lamanites soon began, and continued apace 2 Nephi 5: Jacob also teaches and expounds the allegory of the tame and wild olive tree from the prophet Zenos Jacob 5.
Sherem came among the Nephites teaching apostate doctrine. He demanded a A geography of jerusalem, was struck down, recovered long enough to confess that he had been deceived by Satan, and died Jacob 7.
Enos prayed all day long and into the night, was forgiven of his sins, and promised that the record would be preserved Enos 1: The Nephites had many seasons of peace and many seasons of serious war and bloodshed Omni 1: Very sparse records were kept during this period.
Mosiah the first departed from the land of Nephi with his followers, and was led by the hand of the Lord to the land of Zarahemla Omni 1: They had fled Jerusalem in the old world about nine years after Lehi and his family left, at the time when King Zedekiah was carried captive into Babylon 2 Kings Mulek was the only surviving son of king Zedekiah Helaman 8: Mosiah and his followers and the people of Zarahemla united together in the land of Zarahemlaand Mosiah was named king Omni 1: Thereafter, all were called Nephites.
The entries in this box deal with the people of Zeniff and their descendants.
Zeniff left the land of Zarahemla with a part of the people of Zarahemla who wanted to go with him. They went to the land of Lehi-Nephi in an over-zealous attempt to inherit the land of their fathers' first inheritance Mosiah 9: Zeniff, who had been made king over his people Mosiah 9: Zeniff and his people prevailed over the Lamanites Mosiah 9: Another war with the Lamanites ensued, and the people of Zeniff prevailed again Mosiah Still in the land of Lehi-Nephiking Noah became wicked Mosiah He replaced the priests that had been consecrated by his father, taxed his people heavily, building towers and buildings and vineyards Mosiah Still in the land of Lehi-NephiAbinadi came to warn the people and to prophesy that their enemies would overtake them unless they repented Mosiah The people and wicked king Noah rejected and burned Abinadi Mosiah Alma wrote the words of Abinadi Mosiah Alma and his followers escaped into the wilderness from the searching army of wicked king Noah Mosiah Within a short time, however, the Lamanites who had been joined by Amulon, leader of the exiled priests of wicked king Noah came upon them, and took them into bondage Mosiah Amulon exercised authority over the people of Alma and persecuted them Mosiah The Lord delivered them out of bondage by causing a deep sleep to come over their Lamanite guards in the night Mosiah The people of Alma escaped in one day to the Valley of Almaand thence in twelve more days' journey, back to the land of Zarahemla Mosiah The Lamanites took captive many of Noah's followers including his son Limhi Mosiah The Lamanites came to war against the people of Limhi, thinking they were responsible for the kidnappings Mosiah The Space between Us: Social Geography and Politics [Ryan D.
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This topographical of Israel map covers the locations mentioned in the New Testament during the life of Jesus and New Testament Times. Jerusalem was named as "Urusalim" on ancient Egyptian tablets, probably meaning "City of Shalem" after a Canaanite deity, during the Canaanite period (14th century BCE).
The geography of Israel is very diverse, with desert conditions in the south, and snow-capped mountains in the north.
Israel is located at the eastern end of the Mediterranean Sea in western Asia.
It is bounded to the north by Lebanon, the northeast by Syria, the east by Jordan and the West Bank, and to the southwest by Egypt. From upper left: Jerusalem skyline looking north from St. Elijah Monastery, a souq in the Old City, Mamilla Mall, the Knesset, the Dome of the Rock, the citadel (known as the Tower of David) and the Old City walls, and the Western Wall.
The country of Israel has four distinct geographical areas: A fertile (and mostly flat) coastal plain fronts the Mediterranean Sea coastline; rolling hills dissect the country, including the central Samarian hills and the mountains and hills of Galilee in the north; the Great Rift Valley runs south.