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Lesson 24-5: 50 Questions of Alma 5: Questions 30–40

TitleLesson 24-5: 50 Questions of Alma 5: Questions 30–40
Publication TypeChart
Year of Publication2023
AuthorsWelch, John W., Greg Welch, and Jasmin Gimenez Rappleye
Number24-5
PublisherScripture Central
CitySpringville, UT
KeywordsAlma the Younger; Change of Heart; Zarahemla (City of)
Abstract

This chart lists rhetorical questions 30–40 directed to the people of Zarahemla. Alma states that experiencing a change of heart can be temporary and that one must continually strive to be blameless before God. His dualistic view is apparent: those who are blameless are of the fold of God, and all others are of the fold of the devil. In this part of his speech, Alma guides the spiritual progress of his listeners by directing them in assessing their own spiritual condition, identifying with a community that believes in Jesus Christ, and personally obtaining spiritual knowledge.

Originally published as Chart 5-64 in Charting the Book of Mormon.

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