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  • Alma:Chapter 1- Nehor, an enemy of the church, slays Gideon, and is brought to judgment and executed — Priestcraft and persecution — Improved conditions — Priests and people equal.
  • Alma:Chapter 2- Amlici seeks to become king — Rejected by the majority, but is made king — He is defeated in battle — He joins the Lamanites — Alma slays Amlici and routs his forces.
  • Alma:Chapter 3- The mark of the Amlicites, and the curse upon the Lamanites — Another Nephite victory.
  • Alma:Chapter 4- Growth of the church — Prosperity, pride, and iniquity — Nephihah made chief judge.
  • Alma:Chapter 5- The words which Alma, the High Priest according to the holy order of God, delivered to the people in their cities and villages throughout the land — He recounts the experience of the church — Denounces iniquity — Calls upon the people to repent.
  • Alma:Chapter 6- The reform movement, begun in Zarahemla, is carried to the city of Gideon.
  • Alma:Chapter 7- The words of Alma which he delivered to the people in Gideon, according to his own record — His testimony of the Redeemer — he commends the people for their righteousness.
  • Alma:Chapter 8- Alma's success in Melek — The people of Ammonihah cast him out — Comforted by an angel, he returns — Amulek joins him in the ministry — Great power given.
  • Alma:Chapter 9- Alma preaches to the people of Ammonihah and calls them to repentance — His testimony rejected.
  • Alma:Chapter 10- Amulek's lineage — Lehi a descendant of Joseph through Manasseh — Amulek tells of his conversion — His testimony — He denounces designing lawyers and judges — Zeezrom.
  • Alma:Chapter 11- Judges and their compensation — Nephite coins and measures — Zeezrom confounded by Amulek.
  • Alma:Chapter 12- Amulek's testimony confirmed by Alma — Doctrine of the tree of life — The plan of redemption expounded.
  • Alma:Chapter 13- Alma's discourse continued — The holy order of the Son of God — High Priests — Why ordained — Melchizedek and Abraham.
  • Alma:Chapter 14- Alma and Amulek imprisoned — their adherents persecuted — Deaths by fire — Zeezrom, now repentant, pleads their cause and is cast out — The prophets delivered and their enemies slain.
  • Alma:Chapter 15- Zeezrom, miraculously healed, joins the church and preaches — Many baptized — Alma and Amulek return to Zarahemla.
  • Alma:Chapter 16- A cry of war — The wicked city Ammonihah destroyed by Lamanites — Zoram and his sons rout the enemy — Desolation of Nehors — The church widely established.
  • Alma:Chapter 17- Ammon in the land of Ishmael — he becomes a servant to king Lamoni — His heroic defense of the king's flocks.
  • Alma:Chapter 18- King Lamoni mistakes Ammon for the Great Spirit — He is taught concerning the true God — Is overcome by the Spirit of the Lord.
  • Alma:Chapter 19- A wonderful conversion — Abish the Lamanite woman — Lamanite king and queen espouse the faith — Ammon establishes the church in Ishmael.
  • Alma:Chapter 20- Ammon and king Lamoni journey to Middoni — the meet Lamoni's father who is king over all the land — Hostile at first, he relents, and grants great favors.
  • Alma:Chapter 21- An account of the preaching of Aaron, and Muloki, and their brethren, to the Lamanites. Comprising chapters 21 to 26 inclusive.
  • Alma:Chapter 22- Aaron in the land of Nephi — The king and all his household converted — Country divided between Nephites and Lamanites.
  • Alma:Chapter 23- Religious freedom is proclaimed — Many Lamanites converted — Amalekites and Amulonites reject the truth — The Anti-Nephi-Lehies.
  • Alma:Chapter 24- Lamanites come against the people of God — Converted Lamanites refuse to take up arms — More conversions.
  • Alma:Chapter 25- Lamanite aggressions — Vengeance by Amulonites — Martyrdoms — Further fulfillment of Abinadi's prophecy.
  • Alma:Chapter 26- Ammon glories in the Lord — Boasting in righteousness — he recounts blessings to him and his brethren.
  • Alma:Chapter 27- People of Anti-Nephi-Lehi seek safety in Zarahemla — they are called the people of Ammon — Land of Jershon given to them.
  • Alma:Chapter 28- Lamanites make war upon Nephites — A tremendous battle — Lamanites defeated — Deep mourning.
  • Alma:Chapter 29- Alma's yearning desire to cry repentance to all — God's word apportioned in wisdom — Alma rejoices over success of his brethren.
  • Alma:Chapter 30- Korihor the Anti-Christ — Expelled from Jershon and arrested at Gideon — Arraigned in Zarahemla — he demands a sign and is stricken dumb — His miserable death.
  • Alma:Chapter 31- Alma heads a mission to reclaim the apostate Zoramites — The Rameumptom or holy stand — The Zoramite form of worship.
  • Alma:Chapter 32- The poor hearken to message of salvation — Alma's commendation and discourse — Faith developed by desire to believe.
  • Alma:Chapter 33- Alma's discourse continued — True worship not confined to sanctuaries — The prophets Zenos and Zenock again cited.
  • Alma:Chapter 34- Amulek's testimony — The great and last sacrifice — how mercy satisfies justice — Repentance not to be procrastinated.
  • Alma:Chapter 35- Nephite missionaries retire to land of Jershon — Their Zoramite converts, expelled from their own country, rejoin them — Preparations for war.
  • Alma:Chapter 36- The commandments of Alma to his son, Helaman. Comprising chapters 36 and 37.
  • Alma:Chapter 37- Helaman entrusted with the records and other sacred relics — Gazelem — The Liahona a type of the word of Christ.
  • Alma:Chapter 38- The commandments of Alma to his son, Shiblon.
  • Alma:Chapter 39- The commandments of Alma to his son, Corianton. Comprising chapters 39 to 42 inclusive.
  • Alma:Chapter 40- Alma to Corianton continued — Resurrection universal — Separate states of righteous and wicked between death and resurrection — A literal restoration.
  • Alma:Chapter 41- Alma to Corianton continued — What restoration signifies — men to be judged according to their deeds and desires — Self-judgment.
  • Alma:Chapter 42- Alma to Corianton continued — Justice and mercy expounded — The tree of life — Mortality a period of probation — Spiritual and temporal death — Repentance, atonement, law, punishment, all necessary.
  • Alma:Chapter 43- Another Lamanite invasion — Armies of Moroni and Lehi surround and overpower the enemy.
  • Alma:Chapter 44- Moroni's magnanimity — Zerahemnah rejects his peace offer, but is compelled to accept terms — Lamanites make covenant of peach — End of Alma's record.
  • Alma:Chapter 45- The account of the people of Nephi, and their wars and dissensions, in the days of Helaman, according to the record of Helaman, which he kept in his days. Comprising chapters 45 to 62 inclusive.
  • Alma:Chapter 46- Amalickiah conspires to be king — Moroni and the title of liberty — The people covenant to maintain freedom — flight of Amalickiah.
  • Alma:Chapter 47- Amalickiah, by treachery, becomes king of the Lamanites — His awful wickedness.
  • Alma:Chapter 48- Amalickiah incites the Lamanites against Nephites — Moroni prepares for the conflict — A true patriot and a mighty man of God.
  • Alma:Chapter 49- The invading Lamanites baffled and repulsed — Amalickiah's wrath over his failure — Prosperity of the church.
  • Alma:Chapter 50- Moroni fortifies the lime between land of Zarahemla and land of Nephi — Morianton plans to occupy the land northward — he is killed by Teancum — Pahoran succeeds Nephihah.
  • Alma:Chapter 51- King-men and freemen — Pahoran, chief judge, is sustained by the freemen — King-men suppressed — Amalickiah's invasion, defeat, and death.
  • Alma:Chapter 52- Ammoron succeeds Amalickiah — Moroni, with Teancum and Lehi, retakes city of Mulek and wins great victory — Death of Jacob, the Lamanite general.
  • Alma:Chapter 53- City Bountiful fortified — Nephite dissension gives advantage to enemy — Helaman and his two thousand stripling warriors.
  • Alma:Chapter 54- Ammoron asks for exchange of prisoners — Moroni grants request upon conditions — The Lamanite king's angry reply.
  • Alma:Chapter 55- Moroni, incensed at Ammoron's false assertions, refuses to exchange prisoners — Strategy secures release of captured Nephites — City of Gid taken without bloodshed.
  • Alma:Chapter 56- Helaman's epistle to Moroni — Wonderful faith and valor of the stripling Ammonites — Another great battle — Nephites victorious.
  • Alma:Chapter 57- Helaman's epistle continued — Antiparah retaken — City of Cumeni surrenders — Lamanites driven to Manti — A miraculous preservation — Escape of Lamanite prisoners.
  • Alma:Chapter 58- Helaman's epistle concluded — Nephite operations before Manti — A Lamanite sortie — Gid and Teomner capture the city — Enemy withdraws.
  • Alma:Chapter 59- Moroni writes to Pahoran, asking reenforcements to Helaman — City of Nephihah taken by Lamanites — Moroni's anger at seeming indifference of the government.
  • Alma:Chapter 60- Moroni's second epistle to Pahoran — Complains of neglect — Demands immediate help on peril of reprisal.
  • Alma:Chapter 61- Pahoran's patriotic reply — He exonerates himself and the freemen — Nephite state tottering — Governor appeals for military aid against rebels.
  • Alma:Chapter 62- Moroni marches to relief of Pahoran — Zarahemla recaptured from the rebels — Help sent to Helaman, Lehi, and Teancum — Lamanites concentrate in the land of Moroni — Teancum slays Ammoron, at cost of his own life — Lamanites driven out of the land.
  • Alma:Chapter 63- Shiblon succeeds Helaman — Death of Moroni — Hagoth, builder of ships — Nephite voyages to the land northward — Helaman, son of Helaman, keeps the records — Moronihah defeats Lamanites — End of Alma's account.