new writing upon Liahona is plain to be read, 1 Ne. 16:29.
Nephi1 reads many things engraven upon brass plates, 1 Ne. 19:22–23; 20–21.
Jacob2 reads words of Isaiah1 to Nephites, 2 Ne. 6:4–7, 16–18; 7–8.
do ye not remember having read words of Zenos comparing Israel to tame olive tree, Jacob 5:1.
records preserved that people might read and understand God’s mysteries, Mosiah 1:5.
Mosiah2 reads to his people records of Zeniff and Alma1, Mosiah 25:5–6.
Aaron3 reads scriptures to Lamanite king, Alma 22:12–14.
if ye have read scriptures, how can ye disbelieve on the Son of God, Alma 33:14.
whoso reads, let him understand, 3 Ne. 10:14.
why do people dispute, have they not read scriptures, 3 Ne. 27:4–5.
he who denies God’s revelations has not read scriptures, Morm. 9:8.
brother of Jared2 to record experience in language that cannot be read, Ether 3:22.
things written by brother of Jared2 are mighty unto overpowering of man to read them, Ether 12:24.
when ye have read these things, remember how merciful God has been to men, Moro. 10:3.