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Enoch the Prophet
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“Enoch the Prophet,” Old Testament Stories (2021)

“Enoch the Prophet,” Old Testament Stories

Genesis 5; Moses 6–7

Enoch the Prophet

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Old Testament Stories: Enoch the Prophet

The Lord Jesus Christ asked Enoch to tell the people to repent. But Enoch thought he could not speak well. He feared that the people would not listen to him.

Genesis 5:22; Moses 6:26–31

Old Testament Stories: Enoch the Prophet

The Lord promised to strengthen and protect Enoch even though some people did not like what Enoch taught.

Moses 6:32–39

Old Testament Stories: Enoch the Prophet

The Lord’s promise gave Enoch courage. Enoch obeyed the Lord and taught the people with power. He taught about Jesus Christ, repentance, baptism, and the Holy Ghost. Some people believed Enoch and wanted to follow the Lord.

Moses 6:47–68

Old Testament Stories: Enoch the Prophet

Enoch had authority from God to baptize. All the people who believed Enoch were baptized and came closer to the Lord. No one was poor because they took care of each other. They were called Zion because they lived together in love and righteousness.

Moses 7:10–20

Old Testament Stories: Enoch the Prophet

One day the Lord showed Enoch a vision of all that would happen on the earth. Enoch saw the life, death, and Resurrection of Jesus Christ. Enoch learned that in the last days the gospel would be restored. He also saw Jesus’s Second Coming.

Moses 7:21–67

Old Testament Stories: Enoch the Prophet

Eventually, all the people in the city of Zion believed Enoch and repented. Because they took care of each other and lived in peace, the Lord took them to live with Him.

Genesis 5:24; Moses 7:18, 21, 68–69