“And now, behold, if Adam had not transgressed he would not have fallen, but he would have remained in the garden of Eden. And all things which were created must have remained in the same state in which they were after they were created.”
2 Nephi 2:22
“I even remain alone to write the sad tale of the destruction of my people.”
“When he had traveled three days in the wilderness, he pitched his tent in a valley by the side of a river of water. And ... gave thanks unto the Lord our God.”
1 Nephi 2:6-7
“And it came to pass that their continual cries did stir up the remainder of the people of Limhi to anger against the Lamanites; and they went again to battle, but they were driven back again, suffering much loss.”
"And after it had come forth unto them I beheld other books, which came forth by the power of the Lamb, from the Gentiles unto them."
1 Nephi 13:39
“And the Lord will set his hand again the second time to restore his people from their lost and fallen state. Wherefore, he will proceed to do a marvelous work and a wonder among the children of men.”
2 Nephi 25:17
“And now behold, there was not a living soul among all the people of the Nephites who did doubt in the least the words of all the holy prophets who had spoken.”
3 Nephi 5:1
"And thus Laman and Lemuel, being the eldest, did murmur against their father. And they did murmur because they knew not the dealings of that God who had created them. Neither did they believe that Jerusalem, that great city, could be destroyed according to the words of the prophets. And they were like unto the Jews who were at Jerusalem, who sought to take away the life of my father."
1 Nephi 2:12–13
“And it came to pass that the Lord commanded my father, even in a dream, that he should take his family and depart into the wilderness.”
1 Nephi 2:2
"And inasmuch as ye shall keep my commandments, ye shall prosper, and shall be led to a land of promise; yea, even a land which I have prepared for you; yea, a land which is choice above all other lands."
1 Nephi 2:20