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COME, FOLLOW ME LESSON AIDS: Book of Mormon Lesson 20: May 18–24 “They Were Called the People of God” Mosiah 25-28

Mosiah 25: The descendants of Mulek at Zarahemla become Nephites—They learn of the people of Alma and of Zeniff—Alma baptizes Limhi and all his people—Mosiah authorizes Alma to organize the Church of God. About 120 B.C.

Mosiah 26: Many members of the Church are led into sin by unbelievers—Alma is promised eternal life—Those who repent and are baptized gain forgiveness—Church members in sin who repent and confess to Alma and to the Lord will be forgiven; otherwise, they will not be numbered among the people of the Church. About 120–100 B.C.

Mosiah 27: Mosiah forbids persecution and enjoins equality—Alma the younger and the four sons of Mosiah seek to destroy the Church—An angel appears and commands them to cease their evil course—Alma is struck dumb—All mankind must be born again to gain salvation—Alma and the sons of Mosiah declare glad tidings. About 100–92 B.C.

Mosiah 28: The sons of Mosiah go to preach to the Lamanites—Using the two seer stones, Mosiah translates the Jaredite plates. About 92 B.C.

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VIDEO: Why is a “Ceremony” Mentioned After King Noah is Executed? (Book of Mormon Knowhy #561)

The use of the word “ceremony” in Mosiah 19:24 is puzzling, since nothing ceremonial seems to be occurring in this passage. Royal Skousen has suggested it is a scribal error, while others are argued that there is a ceremonial context for this passage. Whatever the case may be, exploring the different possibilities can yield a variety of interesting insights into this portion of the Book of Mormon.

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VIDEO: Come, Follow Me: Mosiah 7-10 / Apr 27 – May 3- Free from Bondage (Living Scriptures)

King Limhi and his people are in bondage to the Lamanites. When a search party from Zarahemla discovers King Limhi and his people, the King is filled with hope. He gathers his people and teaches them that they must repent and rely on the Lord to help them. Sometimes, like the captive Nephites, we are faced with difficult challenges that we can’t seem to escape. The Lord has power to deliver us, and in His own time, if we trust in Him, He can help us overcome.

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