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Unformatted text preview: Rachael Gibson Book of Mormon 12:45 T/Th Extraction #16 Alma 5-8 Alma 5 1-3 Alma begins his mission in Zarahemla. Alma the senior ordained Alma with authority from God. 4-13 Alma the senior’s people were delivered by God’s power. Alma the younger’s people are suppose to remember the captivity of their fathers, that God is merciful and longsuffering towards them. The Lord saves them from hell. Alma the senior’s people were born again. Their hearts were changed, they awoke to God, and left the darkness and went to the light. Alma the senior’s people were saved. Bands of death and chains of hell were broken for them. They felt Christ’s redeeming love. Alma senior’s people were saved because they believed in Abinadi’s words. Alma the senior had a mighty change because of his faith. Alma the senior’s people humbled themselves, trusted God, and endured to the end. 14-19 Alma the younger’s asks his people if they have been born of God. The signs of being born again: are having Christ’s image in your countenance, and experienced a mighty change in your heart. Do you have faith in Christ? Do you look forward to the resurrection and your judgment day? Do you imagine your judgment day as a good thing? Do you imagine your judgment day as an unpleasant day? You need to have a pure hear and clean hands and you will have his image on your face. 20-25 Those who follow Satan will not be saved. Only those saved have their garments washed white through the atonement. The sins of the wicked will testify against them at the judgment day. The wicked are not worthy of God’s presence. 26-32 If you have felt a change of heart and his love in the past, can you feel it now? If you died today, ask yourself if you are worthy, humble, and is the atonement in your life? Is pride and envy gone from you? How do you treat others?...
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This note was uploaded on 04/12/2008 for the course BOM 121 taught by Professor Wightman during the Spring '08 term at BYU - ID.
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