elder son of Helaman3, brother of Lehi4, Hel. 3:21.
is appointed chief judge, Hel. 3:37.
preaches and prophesies with Lehi4, Hel. 4:14 (5:14; 7:2).
resigns position as chief judge, Hel. 5:1.
is weary over people’s iniquity, Hel. 5:4.
preaches to Lamanites, 8,000 baptized to repentance, Hel. 5:18–19.
goes to land of Nephi, Hel. 5:20.
is imprisoned with Lehi4, Hel. 5:21.
is encircled with fire, protected from those who would slay them, Hel. 5:22–25, 43–44.
prison is shaken, overshadowed with cloud, Hel. 5:27–31.
converses with angels, Hel. 5:36–39.
converts more part of Lamanites, Hel. 5:50.
goes to land northward with Lehi4, Hel. 6:6.
returns to Zarahemla, Hel. 7:1.
sorrows over rise of Gadianton band, Hel. 7:4–6.
laments that he did not live in days of Nephi1, Hel. 7:7.
prays on garden tower, Hel. 7:10.
teaches multitude from tower, Hel. 7:12.
predicts calamity unless people repent, Hel. 7:19.
arouses opposition, Hel. 8:5.
reveals secret murder of chief judge, Hel. 8:27.
is accused of murder, Hel. 9:16.
identifies murderer, Hel. 9:26–36.
innocence is established, Hel. 9:37–38.
is praised by voice from heaven, Hel. 10:3–5.
is given great power, Hel. 10:6–7.
is conveyed away from persecutors by the Spirit, Hel. 10:16.
invokes famine in land, Hel. 11:4.
prays for rain, Hel. 11:10–16.
the Lord answers Nephi’s prayer, Hel. 11:17.
is esteemed as great prophet, Hel. 11:18.
receives revelations, preaches, puts end to strife, Hel. 11:23.
converts of Samuel2 ask that Nephi baptize them, Hel. 16:1.
continues baptizing, prophesying, preaching repentance, working miracles, Hel. 16:3–4.
disappears, 3 Ne. 1:2 (2:9).