Mosiah 21-24 - Rachael Gibson Book of Mormon 12:45 T/Th...

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Rachael Gibson Book of Mormon 12:45 T/Th Extraction #13 Mosiah 21-24 Mosiah 21 1-10 Abinadi’s words are fulfilled that the people of King Limhi are not in bondage to the Lamanites. They suffer afflictions and burdens. 11-21 The Nephites summit themselves to the Lamanites. In their humility, the Nephites pray mightily to God for deliverance. The Lord is slow to hear their prayers because of their sins but the Lord did hear their prayers and ease their burdens. Limhi makes sure that they take care of the widows and the fatherless. 22-31 Limhi finds Ammon’s group and feels joy because they know they are not forsaken. Limhi’s people discovered the ruins of the Jaredites and their records. King Mosiah has the power to translate the Jaredite record. 32-36 The people of King Limhi make a covenant with God to serve and keep his commandment. They desire to be baptized. They cannot form a church yet because they do not have the proper priesthood authority. They also desire to unite with other believers. A covenant baptism is a witness and testimony that you are willing to serve God with all your heart.
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