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  • Mosiah:Chapter 1- King Benjamin's exhortation to his sons — Mosiah chosen to succeed his father — Mosiah receives the records, etc.
  • Mosiah:Chapter 2- King Benjamin builds a tower from which he addresses his people — the righteous reign of a God-fearing king.
  • Mosiah:Chapter 3- King Benjamin's address continued — Another prophecy of the Christ — More concerning the atonement.
  • Mosiah:Chapter 4- King Benjamin's address concluded — The conditions of salvation — Man's dependence upon God — Liberality, wisdom and diligence enjoined.
  • Mosiah:Chapter 5- Effect of king Benjamin's address — The people repent and enter into covenant with Christ, and are called by his name.
  • Mosiah:Chapter 6- Names of the people recorded — Priests appointed — Beginning of Mosiah's reign — Death of king Benjamin.
  • Mosiah:Chapter 7- Expedition to the land of Lehi-Nephi — Ammon and king Limhi — People of Lehi-Nephi in bondage to Lamanites.
  • Mosiah:Chapter 8- Ammon learns of the discovery of twenty-four gold plates with engravings — He suggests their submission to king Mosiah, prophet and seer.
  • Mosiah:Chapter 9- THE RECORD OF ZENIFF. — An account of his people, from the time they left the land of Zarahemla until the time that they were delivered out of the hands of the Lamanites. Comprising chapters 9 to 22 inclusive.
  • Mosiah:Chapter 10- King Laman dies — Zeniff and his people prevail against their oppressors.
  • Mosiah:Chapter 11- The wicked king Noah and his priests — The prophet Abinadi denounces the prevailing wickedness — King Noah seeks his life.
  • Mosiah:Chapter 12- Abinadi, for denouncing evil-doers, is cast into prison — The false priests sit in judgment upon him — They are confounded.
  • Mosiah:Chapter 13- Abinadi the prophet, protected by divine power, withstands the priests and cites the Law and the Gospel.
  • Mosiah:Chapter 14- Abinadi quotes Isaiah to the priests of king Noah — Compare Isaiah 53.
  • Mosiah:Chapter 15- Abinadi's prophecy — God himself to come down and redeem his people — Why Jesus Christ is called the Father and the Son.
  • Mosiah:Chapter 16- Abinadi continues his prophecy — Christ the only Redeemer — Resurrection and judgment.
  • Mosiah:Chapter 17- Martyrdom of Abinadi — While suffering death by fire he predicts retribution upon his murderers — Conversion of Alma.
  • Mosiah:Chapter 18- The waters of Mormon — Alma baptizes Helam and others — The church of Christ — King Noah sends an army to destroy Alma and his followers.
  • Mosiah:Chapter 19- A futile search — Gideon's insurrection — A Lamanite invasion — King Noah suffers death by fire — His son Limhi a tributary monarch.
  • Mosiah:Chapter 20- Priests of king Noah carry off daughters of the Lamanites — Lamanites seek revenge upon king Limhi and his people — They are repulsed and pacified.
  • Mosiah:Chapter 21- Abinadi's prophecy further fulfilled — Nephites in bondage suffer great affliction — The Lord softens the hearts of their enemies — More concerning the twenty-four plates.
  • Mosiah:Chapter 22- Plan to throw off Lamanite yoke — Gideon's proposal — Lamanites made drunk — The captive people escape and return to Zarahemla — End of Zeniff's record.
  • Mosiah:Chapter 23- An account of Alma and the people of the Lord, who were driven into the wilderness by the people of king Noah. Comprising chapters 23 and 24.
  • Mosiah:Chapter 24- Amulon persecutes Alma and his followers — The Lord makes their burdens light and delivers them from bondage — They return to Zarahemla.
  • Mosiah:Chapter 25- Zarahemla, a descendent of Mulek — The record of Zeniff and the account of Alma read to the people — Alma authorized to establish the church of Christ throughout the land.
  • Mosiah:Chapter 26- Concerning unbelievers and evil-doers — The Lord instructs Alma how to deal with them.
  • Mosiah:Chapter 27- Persecution forbidden and equality enjoined — Alma, the younger, and the four sons of Mosiah, among the unbelievers — Their miraculous conversion — They become preachers of righteousness.
  • Mosiah:Chapter 28- Mosiah permits his sons to preach to the Lamanites — The twenty-four plates translated — Alma, the younger, made the custodian of the records.
  • Mosiah:Chapter 29- King Mosiah discourses upon kingcraft — Recommends representative form of government — Judges elected — Death of Alma, the elder — Mosiah's death ends the reign of the Nephite kings.