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The time is long overdue for a massive flooding of the earth with the Book of Mormon for the many reasons which the Lord has given. In this age of electronic media and mass distribution of the printed word, God will hold us accountable if we do not now move the Book of Mormon in a monumental way.
Brother Beardall’s Gospel Doctrine Outlines
Lesson 23 -
Alma leaves Zarahemla and begins his missionary journey. Alma is rejected in Ammonihah, but returns at the direction of an angel. He is taken into the home of Amulek. Alma and Amulek preach to the people of Ammonihah and call them to repentance. Alma and Amulek are challenged by Zeezrom. They remind the people about the great plan of salvation.
Lesson 22 -
Alma's great sermon to the people of Zarahemla on spiritual birth and obtaining a mighty change of heart. Alma asks important questions which we need to ask ourselves.
Lesson 21 -
As Mosiah approached the end of his days, he questioned the people about who should be his successor. He taught them the problems with monarchy and taught that their leaders should be elected by the voice of the people. Nehor comes among the people teaching false doctrine and priestcraft. Amlici attempts to become king. Alma gives up his position as chief judge in order to reclaim the people by "bearing down in pure testimony against them."
Lesson 20 -
The Nephites, including the people of Limhi and Alma, gather together to listen to King Mosiah speak and read the Jaredite record. Mosiah authorizes Alma to establish and organize churches throughout Zarahemla. The sons of Mosiah and the son of Alma rebel and persecute the church. We discuss Alma's conversion and how parents respond to wayward children.
Lesson 19 -
Alma, one of King Noah's priests, believed the teachings of Abinadi. He fled with a group of believers where they were baptized and established the church. We discuss the requirements for those who wish to be baptized and the obligations of church members. We conclude the lesson with a discussion on how the people were brought into bondage by the Lamanites and what is necessary to gain deliverance.
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