A tree in the Garden of Eden and the paradise of God (
Gen. 2:9; Rev. 2:7). In Lehi’s dream the tree of life represents the love of God and is referred to as the greatest of all the gifts of God ( 1 Ne. 8; 11:21–22, 25; 15:36).
Lehi beheld the tree of life,
1 Ne. 8:10–35.
Nephi saw the tree his father saw,
1 Ne. 11:8–9.
The iron rod leads to the tree of life,
1 Ne. 11:25 ( 1 Ne. 15:22–24).
An awful gulf separates the wicked from the tree of life,
1 Ne. 15:28, 36.
It must needs be that there was a forbidden fruit in opposition to the tree of life,
2 Ne. 2:15.
Come unto the Lord and partake of the fruit of the tree of life,
Alma 5:34, 62.
If our first parents had partaken of the tree of life, they would have been forever miserable,
If ye will not nourish the word, ye can never pluck of the fruit of the tree of life,
The Lord planted the tree of life in the midst of the garden,
Moses 3:9 ( Abr. 5:9).
God sent Adam from Eden lest he partake of the tree of life and live forever,