The Sons of Mosiah Pray and Depart on Their Missions | Alma 17 | Book of Mormon

Ammon and the sons of Mosiah leave their families and become missionaries. They want to teach the gospel of Jesus Christ to the Lamanites. Ammon and the sons of Mosiah fast and pray to become instruments in the Lord’s hands. Based on Alma 17:2, 7, 9, 11, 12. Alma 17 2 Now these sons of… Continue reading The Sons of Mosiah Pray and Depart on Their Missions | Alma 17 | Book of Mormon

Ammon Becomes the Servant of King Lamoni | Alma 17 | Book of Mormon

King Mosiah allows his sons to leave Zarahemla to preach the word of God to their enemies, the Lamanites. Ammon is captured and brought before King Lamoni. Ammon expresses his desires to live among the Lamanites. The king is impressed with Ammon and asks him to marry one of his daughters. Instead, Ammon asks to… Continue reading Ammon Becomes the Servant of King Lamoni | Alma 17 | Book of Mormon

Alma Steps Down as Chief Judge | Mosiah 29; Alma 4 | Book of Mormon

In the Book of Mormon, Alma the younger becomes a high priest and chief judge in Zarahemla. He learns that many people in God’s Church have become prideful. They care more about money and possessions than about God. They turn their backs on the poor, sick, and afflicted. Alma the younger steps down as the… Continue reading Alma Steps Down as Chief Judge | Mosiah 29; Alma 4 | Book of Mormon

Alma Admonishes His Son Corianton to Repent | Alma 39 | Book of Mormon

Alma the Younger’s son Corianton did not keep God’s commandments as a missionary. Many people saw Corianton go after the harlot Isabel. They saw Corianton as a hypocrite and did not believe his father’s teachings. Alma helps Corianton understand how serious it is to commit sexual sin. He pleads with Corianton to take responsibility and… Continue reading Alma Admonishes His Son Corianton to Repent | Alma 39 | Book of Mormon

Alma Teaches the Poor about Humility | Alma 31–32 | Book of Mormon

Some Zoramites aren’t allowed to worship in their synagogues because they are poor. The poor find Alma the younger and Amulek, preaching on a hillside. One of them asks Alma how they should worship God if they can’t go into the synagogues. Alma sees that they are humble because of their circumstances. Alma teaches them… Continue reading Alma Teaches the Poor about Humility | Alma 31–32 | Book of Mormon

Amulek Receives Alma into His Home | Alma 8 | Book of Mormon

An angel of the Lord appears to Alma the younger and tells him to return to Ammonihah. When Alma returns to the city, a man named Amulek welcomes him into his home and allows Alma to teach his family. Amulek believes Alma’s words and knows that God will bless his family. Based on Alma 8:18–26.… Continue reading Amulek Receives Alma into His Home | Alma 8 | Book of Mormon

Alma Counsels His Sons | Alma 36–42 | Book of Mormon

Alma the younger talks to his sons one by one. First, he tells his son Helaman how important it is to be born of God. Alma promises him that if he keeps the commandments of God, he will prosper in the land. Alma hands the plates of brass over to him. It is now Helaman’s… Continue reading Alma Counsels His Sons | Alma 36–42 | Book of Mormon

King Lamoni and His Household Are Converted | Alma 19 | Book of Mormon

King Lamoni awakes and testifies that he saw the Redeemer, Jesus Christ. He tells his wife and servants that the Savior will be born into the world to redeem His people. The queen and king’s household experience a change of heart, and they convert to the gospel of Jesus Christ. They are taught by the… Continue reading King Lamoni and His Household Are Converted | Alma 19 | Book of Mormon

Amulek Testifies of Jesus Christ | Alma 10–11 | Book of Mormon

Amulek is a wealthy man who helped the prophet Alma the younger. Amulek has many friends and family members in Ammonihah. When Amulek testifies that what the prophet says is true, the people listen. Amulek tells the people about his conversion. There were many times when Amulek felt the Spirit of God, but he hardened… Continue reading Amulek Testifies of Jesus Christ | Alma 10–11 | Book of Mormon

The Nephites Live after the Manner of Happiness | 2 Nephi 5:10–27 | Book of Mormon

“Nephi, a Book of Mormon prophet, and his people begin to grow crops and raise herds of animals. Nephi continues to keep a record of his people. The Nephites make weapons to protect themselves from their enemies. They construct a temple patterned after King Solomon’s temple. Nephi ordains priests and teachers to preach to the… Continue reading The Nephites Live after the Manner of Happiness | 2 Nephi 5:10–27 | Book of Mormon