MinistrySee also Calling; Minister [noun]; Minister [verb]; Office; Preach; Priesthood; Serve; TG Ministry; Ministry, Unpaid; BD MinistryNephi1 to engrave on plates account of ministry of his people, 1 Ne. 9:3.Corianton did forsake ministry, Alma 39:3.Nephi3 given power to know concerning ministry of Christ, 3 Ne. 7:15.office of their ministry is to call men unto repentance, Moro. 7:31.Christ has called Moroni2 to his ministry, Moro. 8:2.the Lord gives keys of gift, which shall bring to light this ministry, D&C 6:28.keys of ministry given to Peter, James, and John, D&C 7:7 (27:12).Twelve who were with Christ in ministry at Jerusalem will judge Israel, D&C 29:12.bishop or high priests set apart for ministry should be tried only before First Presidency, D&C 68:22.twenty-four elders who had been faithful in work of ministry, D&C 77:5 (Rev. 4:4).commandment to those called to ministry, D&C 84:86.labor diligently, that you may be perfected in your ministry, D&C 88:84 (90:8; 97:13).school of prophets established for those who are called to ministry, D&C 88:127.house to be built for work of ministry of Presidency, D&C 94:3.house to be built for instruction of those called to work of ministry, D&C 97:13–14.descendant of Aaron1 has legal right to keys of ministry of bishop, D&C 107:76.the Lord has given Joseph Smith keys of kingdom and ministry, D&C 115:19.offices given for work of ministry, D&C 124:143.the Lord spent three years in ministry among Jews, D&C 138:25.the Savior’s ministry among dead limited to time between Crucifixion and Resurrection, D&C 138:27.through ministry of Noah1, God’s name to be known in earth forever, Abr. 1:19.Abraham’s seed to bear ministry, Abr. 2:9.