Book of Mormon Stories, (1997), 126–27
Jesus Christ sent his disciples to get some bread and wine. He told the Nephites to sit on the ground.
3 Nephi 18:1–2
When the disciples returned, the Savior broke the bread into pieces and blessed it. He gave some to his disciples and had them give some to the people.
3 Nephi 18:3–4
Jesus said that people who take the sacrament promise to always remember him and his sacrifice. They then receive his Spirit.
3 Nephi 18:7
Jesus Christ blessed the wine and gave some to his disciples. The disciples gave some wine to the people.
3 Nephi 18:8
Jesus said those who take the sacrament promise to keep his commandments.
3 Nephi 18:10
Jesus again told his disciples that everyone who takes the sacrament and always remembers him will have his Spirit.
3 Nephi 18:11
He told his disciples they would be blessed if they kept his commandments.
3 Nephi 18:14
He told them to pray always and to pray as they had seen him pray.
3 Nephi 18:15–16
The Savior told all the Nephites to pray to Heavenly Father in his name. He also commanded them to pray with their families.
3 Nephi 18:19, 21
He said the people should meet together often. They should welcome others to their meetings, pray for them, and be good examples to them.
3 Nephi 18:22–24
The Savior gave his disciples the power to give the Holy Ghost. Then a cloud covered the people so that only the disciples saw Jesus Christ go up to heaven.
3 Nephi 18:36–39