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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 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.
Lesson 18 -
Who is Abinadi? Abinadi returns to the court of wicked King Noah to teach repentance, that the Son of God will come to earth to atone for the sins of mankind, and that all will be resurrected and will stand in judgment before God. Abinadi is put to death.
Lesson 17 -
In this lesson we review the journey of Zeniff to reclaim and occupy the land of Nephi. We see how his people are protected because of their faith and righteousness. In contrast, we see how the people are led into wickedness by the wicked example of the son of Zeniff, king Noah. Abinadi comes among the people and warns them to repent or face bondage and affliction.
Lesson 16 -
King Benjamin continues his great sermon to the people. The people come to understand their carnal state and that salvation can come only through the Atonement of Jesus Christ. Benjamin teaches the characteristics of true Saints. We discuss the mighty change of heart that came upon the people and how we may also partake in this great change.
Lesson 15 -
Benjamin teaches his sons about the importance of the scriptures. Benjamin gathers the people together and teaches them the value of service, that contention is of the devil, and that the natural man is an enemy to God. In all of this, Benjamin sets a wonderful example of leadership.
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