Ordinary People in the Book of Mormon

Title

Ordinary People in the Book of Mormon

Magazine

Ensign

Publication Type

Magazine Article

Year of Publication

1992

Authors

Williams, Camille S. (Primary), and Bowen, Donna Lee (Primary)

Pagination

36-39

Date Published

January 1992

Volume

22

Issue Number

1

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Bibliographic Citation

Williams, Camille S., and Bowen, Donna Lee. "Ordinary People in the Book of Mormon", Ensign, Vol. 22. no. 1 1992:36-39.

Abstract

Provides examples of “ordinary faithful people” in the Book of Mormon. For instance, Abish demonstrated a strong belief in the Lord, Sariah showed a willingness to be obedient, and the story of the daughter of Jared teaches that position and beauty have little connection to faith or to one’s ability to serve the Lord.

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Sariah
Faith
Obedience
Abish
King Lamoni's Wife

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