First, and above all else, this book is dedicated to Mashiach—the anointed one—who will bring Shalom. Those who labored both anciently and recently to make these words available did so, and continue to do so, as an act of dedication to him.

    Second, this book is dedicated, as Ezekiel prophesied, to “all the House of Israel,” both scattered remnants and gathered branches, as evidence that yhwh has not forgotten His covenants with Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob. His breath of life now breathes upon all the remnants of Israel, to restore life and gather scattered Israel home.

    And finally, this book is dedicated specifically to the Y’hudim, or the Jewish People:

    And because my words shall hiss forth, many of the Goyim shall say, A bible, a bible, we have got a bible, and there cannot be any more bible. But thus says Adonai yhwh: Oh fools, they shall have a bible and it shall proceed forth from the Y’hudim, my ancient covenant people. And what thank they the Y’hudim for the bible which they receive from them? Yes, what do the Goyim mean? Do they remember the travails, and the labors, and the pains of the Y’hudim? And their diligence unto me in bringing forth salvation unto the Goyim? Oh you Goyim, have you remembered the Y’hudim, my ancient covenant people? (2 Nefi 12:8-9)

    We remember, and we thank those ancient covenant people, the Jews, who have suffered and sacrificed so much to preserve light and truth for the world.