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See also Israel; Judah

Jews can be either (1) descendants of Judah, one of the twelve sons of Jacob, (2) people of the ancient southern kingdom of Judah, or (3) people who practice the religion, life-styles, and traditions of Judaism but may or may not be Jewish by birth. It has become customary to use the word Jew to refer to all the descendants of Jacob, but this is a mistake. It should be limited to those of the kingdom of Judah or, more especially today, those of the tribe of Judah and his associates.

  • The sceptre shall not depart from Judah until Shiloh come:Gen. 49:10;
  • The gospel of Christ is the power of God unto salvation, to the Jew first:Rom. 1:16;
  • A prophet would the Lord raise up among the Jews—even a Messiah:1 Ne. 10:4;
  • When the book proceeded out of the mouth of the Jew, the things were plain and pure:1 Ne. 14:23;
  • The Jews shall be scattered among all nations:2 Ne. 25:15;
  • The Jews are mine ancient covenant people:2 Ne. 29:4;
  • Jews which are scattered shall begin to believe in Christ:2 Ne. 30:7;
  • Jews will reject the stone upon which they might build:Jacob 4:14–16;
  • The Jews shall have other witness that Jesus was the very Christ:Morm. 3:20–21;
  • Two prophets are to be raised up to the Jewish nation in the last days:D&C 77:15;
  • Call upon all nations, first upon the Gentiles, and then upon the Jews:D&C 133:8;
  • In those days shall be great tribulation on the Jews:JS—M 1:18;