Alma uses the words of Abinadi as he counsels his son Corianton.
As your family reads about the Nephites’ fortifications, you could discuss how you are fortifying your home against the adversary. Children might enjoy building a fort out of objects like chairs and blankets, or they could draw what they imagine the Nephite fortifications looked like.
As threats of war with the Lamanites increased, Captain Moroni prepared the Nephites for battle. He tore his coat and created a banner he called the title of liberty. It said, “In memory of our God, our religion, and freedom, and our peace, our wives, and our children.” He asked the people to make a covenant to stand up for their rights and their religion. He knew that God would help them if they were faithful.
Corianton’s sins did not change his value to his father or Heavenly Father.
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