Chapter 21: Mosiah 18–24

Title

Chapter 21: Mosiah 18–24

Manual Title

Book of Mormon Student Manual

Publication Type

Manual

Lesson

21

Year of Publication

2009

Authors

Pagination

156-162

Publisher

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints

Place Published

Salt Lake City

Terms of use

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Bibliographic Citation

"Chapter 21: Mosiah 18–24" In Book of Mormon Student Manual, 156-162. Salt Lake City: The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, 2009.

Abstract

The people who followed Alma into the wilderness humbled themselves by believing the word of God, repenting, and accepting the covenant of baptism. Even so, they fell captive to the Lamanites for a length of time. In the same period of history, the people of Limhi continued to live under Lamanite domination. They eventually humbled themselves after failing to free themselves by their own strength and were delivered by God. Alma’s people and Limhi’s people both experienced bondage and oppression, and both groups experienced the blessing of being set free by the hand of the Lord. Look for ways the Lord provides redemption from the difficulties of mortality by strengthening us and assisting us in our troubles. By comparing and contrasting the circumstances of the two societies, we can learn principles to help us deal with our challenges.

Baptism
Covenant
Humility
Adversity

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