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The Alma Family (A Book of Mormon Sketch)
|Title||The Alma Family (A Book of Mormon Sketch)|
|Publication Type||Magazine Article|
|Year of Publication||1880|
|Magazine||The Latter Day Saints' Millennial Star|
|Date Published||12 April 1880|
|Keywords||Missionary Work; Nephi the Disciple (Son of Nephi); Prophet; Prophetic Call; Prophetic Mantle; Prophetic Succession|
This series presents a life sketch of the Alma family, many of whom became prophets. The life of Alma the Younger is compared to the Apostle Paul—both were called upon to repent and became great missionaries for the Lord. The prophecies of Alma are among the most numerous, important, and interesting in the Book of Mormon, and his inspired advice to his sons contains many doctrinal matters. Helaman the son of Helaman, grandson of Alma, carried on the work of righteousness in spite of the Gadianton robbers. His son Nephi was a great prophet who paved the way for the visit of Christ in America. Nephi’s brother Lehi and Lehi’s son Nephi were also great leaders. The twelfth part covers Nephi the disciple.
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