elder son of Lehi1 born in wilderness, 1 Ne. 18:7 (2 Ne. 2:2).
is grieved by afflictions of mother, 1 Ne. 18:19.
suffered afflictions and sorrow in childhood because of brothers’ rudeness, 2 Ne. 2:1.
goes with Nephi1 into wilderness, 2 Ne. 5:6.
is consecrated as priest and teacher, 2 Ne. 5:26 (6:2; Jacob 1:18).
exhorts people, citing prophecies of Isaiah1, 2 Ne. 6:1–11:1 (31:1).
called of God and ordained after his holy order, 2 Ne. 6:2.
the Lord has shown Jacob that Jerusalem has been destroyed, 2 Ne. 6:8.
speaks concerning righteous branch of Israel, 2 Ne. 10:1.
has seen the Redeemer, 2 Ne. 11:3.
given small plates and commanded to write precious things, Jacob 1:1–2, 8 (W of M 1:3).
distinguished between Lamanites and Nephites according to righteousness, Jacob 1:14.
teaches in temple, having first obtained errand from the Lord, Jacob 1:17.
magnifies office, taking responsibility for sins of people if he does not teach them, Jacob 1:19 (2:2–3).
record of Jacob’s words to people after death of Nephi1, Jacob 2:1–3:14.
is commanded by the Lord to declare word in temple, Jacob 2:11.
admonishes people to look unto God, Jacob 3:1.
warns against every kind of sin, Jacob 3:12.
writes on plates of Jacob, made by Nephi1, Jacob 3:14.
ministers much unto his people, Jacob 4:1.
is led by the Spirit to prophesy, Jacob 4:15.
confronts and confounds Sherem, Jacob 7:3–15.
gives plates to son Enos2, Jacob 7:27.
Lamanites cursed because of rebellion against Jacob and his brothers, Alma 3:6.