The Anti-Nephi-Lehies debunk the cynical view that people cannot change. Once a ferocious people, they hear the gospel and put away their weapons of war.
Mentioned only in chapter 19 of the Book of Mormon, Abish plays a role in the conversion of a kingdom. Abish can be meaningfully studied as a type and shadow of prophets, seers, and revelators – with implications for our own temple worship as members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Ready to learn more? Let’s dive? What else have you learned from your study of Abish?
Our influence is often unknown. Read this example from President Gordon B. Hinckley.
Come Follow Me Insights Video for Alma 17 – Alma 22
Relive the power of Ammon’s story through the magic of Legos!
Ammon’s deep conversion to the gospel gave him a desire to teach those who many thought were unteachable – the Lamanites. We can learn many things about sharing the gospel from Ammon’s example. Ammon first gained the trust of King Lamoni by being his servant.
As a resource to our Come, Follow Me lesson on Alma 17–22 (June 22–28), we’ve created a second video to help readers better understand the map of the Book of Mormon. It’s remarkable how consistent this map is. It witnesses of the divinity of the Book of Mormon, as something that Joseph Smith could not have made up himself. Most of all, it testifies of Christ.
Join Jenny, Brandt, and John for #ComeFollowMe LIVE Alma 13-16 “ENTER INTO THE REST OF THE LORD”
Adam Rushforth is a blind member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. His lesson aids for Come, Follow Me provide good commentary. Check out his playlist below!…
The people of Ammonihah were of the order of Nehor, so it can be useful to consider Alma’s teachings to them, especially in Alma 12-13, as a response to the five main teachings of Nehor summarized in Alma 1:3-4. In this light, it becomes clear why Alma focused on the plan of redemption and the true order of the priesthood.