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1 Dare to Do Right Dare to do right! Dare to be true!
You have a work that no other can do; Do it so bravely, so kindly, so well, Angels will hasten the story to tell. Dare, dare, dare to do right; Dare, dare, dare to be true, Dare to be true, dare to be true. Other men’s failures can never save you. Stand by your conscience, your honor, your faith; Stand like a hero and battle till death. Words: George L. Taylor, b Music: Arr. by A. C. Smyth, 1840–1909 Your software may allow more than one music file format for the song on this slide. To delete the file(s) you are not using, move the pointer for your mouse over the file icon you don’t want. Then, right click the mouse and select “cut.” wma wav mp3

2 I need a volunteer! Draw a line starting at the dot following these instructions to reach the star: 1. Go right three squares. 2. Go down two squares. 3. Go left one square. 4. Go up one square. 5. Go left two squares. 6. Go down one square. 7. Go right one square. 8. Go down one square. 9. Go right two squares.

3 If our volunteer had not followed my instructions, would the line have ended up on the star?
In this lesson we will learn about two missionaries who were obedient in all they were asked to do.

4 Alma and Amulek’s Mission to Ammonihah
“Lesson 15: Alma and Amulek’s Mission to Ammonihah,” Primary 4: Book of Mormon, (1997),50 Scripture story adapted from Book of Mormon Stories

5 God blessed Alma the Younger and the sons of Mosiah as they taught the gospel.
Many people listened to them and believed.

6 Before King Mosiah died, the Nephites chose judges to lead them.
Alma the Younger became the first chief judge. He was also the leader of the Church.

7 The Church members shared everything they had with the poor, and they cared for the sick.
They obeyed the commandments, and God blessed them.

8 Not all of the Nephites were righteous.
These people loved riches and would not obey God’s commandments.

9 The wicked Nephites listened to men who did not believe the gospel.
They made fun of the Church members and argued and fought with them.

10 Alma worried about the Nephites’ wickedness, so he decided to spend all of his time preaching the gospel. He chose Nephihah to replace him as chief judge.

11 Alma taught the gospel throughout the land.
When he tried to preach in Ammonihah, the people would not listen. They threw him out of the city.

12 Alma was sad that the people of Ammonihah were so wicked.
He left to go to another city. An angel appeared and comforted Alma.

13 The angel told him to go back to Ammonihah and preach again.
Alma hurried back.

14 Alma was hungry. As he entered the city, he asked a man for some food. An angel had told the man that Alma would come and that Alma was a prophet of God.

15 This man, Amulek, took Alma to his home and fed him.
Alma stayed with Amulek and his family for many days. He thanked God for Amulek’s family and blessed them.

16 Alma told Amulek about his calling to teach the people of Ammonihah.
Amulek went with Alma to teach the people. The Holy Ghost helped them.

17 Alma told the people to repent or God would destroy them.
He said Jesus Christ would come and save those who had faith in Him and repented.

18 The people of Ammonihah became angry.
They tried to throw Alma into prison, but the Lord protected him.

19 Then Amulek began to teach
Then Amulek began to teach. Many of the people knew Amulek; he was not a stranger as Alma was. He told them about the angel he had seen.

20 Amulek said Alma was a prophet of God and spoke the truth.
The people were surprised to hear Amulek’s testimony.

21 Some of the people became angry, especially one wicked man named Zeezrom.
They tried to trick Amulek with questions, but he told them he knew about their plan.

22 Zeezrom wanted to destroy everything that was good.
He would cause problems, and then people would pay him money to solve the problems he had created.

23 Zeezrom could not trick Amulek, so he offered him money to say there is no God.
Amulek knew God lives and said Zeezrom knew it too but loved money more than God.

24 Then Amulek taught Zeezrom about Jesus and about the Resurrection and eternal life.
The people were amazed. Zeezrom began to shake with fear.

25 Zeezrom knew that Alma and Amulek had the power of God because they knew his thoughts.
Zeezrom asked questions and listened as Alma taught him the gospel.

26 Some people believed Alma and Amulek and began to repent and study the scriptures.
Alma and Amulek continued teaching the gospel.

27 Discussion Time!

28 Discussion Time

29 Why wouldn’t the people of Ammonihah listen to Alma?
Let’s read Alma 8:9 What did Alma do to try to soften the hearts of the people? Let’s read Alma 8:10

30 What do you think you would have done if you had experienced what Alma did when he first went to Ammonihah? Let’s read Alma 8:13–14

31 Why did the angel tell Alma to rejoice?
Let’s read Alma 8:15 How do you feel when you have obeyed Heavenly Father’s commandments?

32 When was the first time this angel had been sent with a message for Alma?
Let’s read Alma 8:15 What does the footnote for the word delivered tell us for the this scripture? Let’s read Mosiah 27:11–16

33 Who remembers what we learned about Alma the Younger in our last lesson?

34 What can we learn from the way Alma responded to the angel’s command?
Let’s read Alma 8:18

35 Why was Amulek so willing to help Alma?
Let’s read Alma 8:20 What were Alma and Amulek commanded to do? Let’s read Alma 8:29

36 How did Heavenly Father help Alma and Amulek face the wicked people of Ammonihah?
Let’s read Alma 8:30–32 What can we do to be worthy of Heavenly Father’s help in difficult situations?

37 What did Alma prophesy would happen to the people of Ammonihah if they did not repent and obey the commandments? Let’s read Alma 9:18

38 What did Alma and Amulek prophesy about Jesus Christ?
Let’s read Alma 9:26–28

39 What does it mean to fast?
Why did Alma fast for the people of Ammonihah? Let’s read Alma 10:7 How can fasting be a blessing to you?

40 How did Zeezrom try to tempt Amulek?
Let’s read Alma 11:22 How did Amulek respond to this temptation? Let’s read Alma 11:23–25

41 Has anyone tried to trick or tempt you to do something wrong?
How can you resist such temptations?

42 How was Zeezrom blessed by the obedience of Alma and Amulek?
Let’s read Alma 12:7–8 What caused Zeezrom to repent?

43 How can sharing your testimony help others gain a testimony?

44 What did Alma teach Zeezrom about how God will judge us?
Let’s read Alma 12:12–15

45 Special Guest Time! This special guest is a returned missionary and will share how important it was to obey the mission rules and the teachings of Jesus Christ. Enr. Act. 1

46 Every morning missionaries strengthen themselves with scripture study and prayer before going out to teach the gospel of Jesus Christ. Enr. Act. 1

47 Obeying the commandments will help each of us gain faith, courage, and protection from Satan.
Enr. Act. 1

48 Think of commandments you have obeyed or will obey today, such as:
saying prayers coming to church singing songs bearing testimony partaking of the sacrament thinking of Jesus Christ during the sacrament doing kind deeds of service paying tithing Enr. Act. 4

49 Be aware of your actions, words, and thoughts in the coming week and have the courage to obey Heavenly Father’s commandments. Enr. Act. 4

50 I bear testimony that Heavenly Father wants us to obey His commandments so we will be worthy of His Spirit, which will be with us and help us return to Him.

51 Images and clipart are from lds
Images and clipart are from, Microsoft Office, and other websites indicating the images were in the public domain or permitted for church and home use. The hymn, lesson and scripture story are from Please do not use this presentation for commercial use. Feel free to alter the presentation for use in church or home to suit personal preference. This presentation is intended to supplement, not replace, the lesson manual and scriptures. Teachers should refer to the manual, scriptures and other resources when preparing and conducting the lesson.

52 Amulek Alma Zeezrom

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