Book of Mormon
Lesson 25
“They Taught with Power and Authority of God”


Lesson Highlights

A study of this lesson will inspire us to follow the example of the sons of Mosiah by sharing the gospel and ministering to others.

Scripture references for study:  Alma 17–22
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Lesson 25 Handout (PDF)


The Missions of the Sons of Mosiah

Historical context:

Missionary service.


Ammon & His Brethren as a Type of Christ

Ammon and his brothers gave up their right as heirs to the kingdom in order to teach the gospel to a hardened and idolatrous people.

Ammon, rather than marrying Lamoni's daughter and receiving the attendant privileges of royalty, choose to become the king's servant.

Ammon was willing to put his life on the line to bring the gospel to the Lamanites.


Gospel Doctrine Notebook

Record your thoughts on the missionary experiences of the sons of Mosiah. What principles can you apply to your teaching and missionary service?


Resources Used In This Lesson

Ensign.

Studies in Scripture, Volume 7, edited by Kent P. Jackson.

Teachings of Ezra Taft Benson.

The Promised Messiah by Bruce R. McConkie.


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