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 Alma 3 

728. (H-M) All of the following are true concerning the time immediately after the Nephite/Amlicite war EXCEPT:
         A. The Nephite who had not been slain buried those who had been slain
         B. The number of the slain was so great that it took a long time to number them
         C. After burying the dead, the remaining Nephites returned to their lands, houses, wives, and children
         D. It was found that many women and children had been slain with the sword during the battle
         E. It was found that many flocks and herds had been slain during the battle
         F. It was found that many of their fields of grain had been destroyed, being trodden down by the hosts of men
                                                                                                                                                  Answer: B   (Alma 3:1-2)

729. (H-M) The bodies of many Amlicites and Lamanites who had been slain were thrown into the river Sidon.  Where does the scripture say their bones are?
         A. Littering the banks of the river Sidon
         B. At the bottom of the river Sidon
         C. In the depths of the sea
         D. Decomposing in the salt water of the ocean
         E. In the bellies of large sea creatures
                                                                                                                                                 Answer: C   (Alma 3:3)
730. (H-M) True or false: The Amlicites were distinguished from the Nephites because they had marked themselves with red on their foreheads after the manner of
        the Lamanites, and they had also shorn their heads like the Lamanites.
                                                                                                                                                Answer: False   (Alma 3:4)
731. (H-D) All of the following concerning the Lamanites are true EXCEPT:
         A. Their heads were shorn
         B. They were naked except for a skin girded about their loins
         C. Their armor, bows, arrows, stones, and slings were also girded about them
         D. Their skins were dark according to the mark which was set upon their fathers
         E. Their dark skin was a curse placed upon them because of their fathers' transgression and rebellion against their brethren (Nephi, Jacob, Joseph, Zoram)
                                                                                                                                              Answer: E   (Alma 3:5-6)
732. (D-E) The scripture describes Nephi, Jacob, Joseph, and Sam by which of the following phrases?
         A. Just and holy men
         B. Men to match God's mountains
         C. Lions of the Lord
         D. Practically perfect in every way
                                                                                                                                             Answer: A   (Alma 3:6)
733. (H-M) With one exception, all of the following sought to destroy Nephi, Jacob, Joseph and Sam and thus were cursed and had a mark set upon them.  Who
        is the exception?
         A. Laman
         B. Lemuel
         C. Ishmael
         D. The sons of Ishmael
         E. The Ishmaelitish women
                                                                                                                                           Answer: C   (Alma 3:7)
734. (H-E) The seed of Nephi was distinguished from the seed of Laman and Lemuel for all of the following reasons EXCEPT:
         A. That the Lord God might preserve his people
         B. That the Lord’s people might not mix with the seed of Laman and Lemuel
         C. That the Lord’s people might not believe in the incorrect traditions of the seed of Laman and Lemuel
         D. That the annual census of the people would be easier to conduct
         E. That mixing of the seed might not prove the destruction of the people of the Lord
                                                                                                                                         Answer: D   (Alma 3: 8)
735. (H-M) All of the following statements are true EXCEPT:
         A. Whosoever mingled his seed with that of the Lamanites brought the same curse upon his seed that was placed upon the Lamanites
         B. Whosoever allowed himself to be led away by the Lamanites was called a Lamanite, and a mark was set upon him
         C. Whosoever would not believe in the tradition of the Lamanites were called the Nephites or the people of Nephi
         D. Whosoever believed in the records which were brought out of the land of Jerusalem were called the Nephites or the people of Nephi
         E. Whosoever believed in the traditions of their fathers who came out of the land of Jerusalem, which were correct, were called the Nephites
         F. Whosoever believed in the commandments of God and kept them were called the Nephites or the people of Nephi
         G. All of the above statements are correct
                                                                                                                                       Answer: G   (Alma 3: 9-11)
736. (H-E) True or false: The people of Nephi were the ones who kept the true record of their people as well as the people of the Lamanites.
                                                                                                                                       Answer: True   (Alma )
737. (H-E) All of the following are true concerning the Amlicites EXCEPT:
         A. They had a mark set upon them
         B. The mark set upon them was in the form of a serpent
         C. They also set the mark upon themselves
         D. The mark was red and was placed on their foreheads
                                                                                                                                           Answer: B   (Alma )
738. (H-E) All of the following are words which were given unto Nephi and which were fulfilled EXCEPT:
         A. The mark placed on the Lamanites was black in color and was placed on their arms
         B. God cursed the Lamanites and set a mark on them that separated them from the seed of Nephi
         C. The Lamanites would be cursed forever unless they repented of their wickedness and turned to God, such that God could have mercy on them
         D. The Lord would set a mark upon him that mingled his seed with the seed of Laman and Lemuel, that they would be cursed also
         E. The Lord would set a mark upon him that fought against the seed of Nephi
         F. He that departed from Nephi would no longer be called the seed of Nephi
         G. The Lord would bless Nephi and whomsoever would be called his seed, forever and ever
                                                                                                                                                        Answer: A   (Alma -17)
739. (H-M) All of the following statements concerning the Amlicites are true EXCEPT:
         A. They knew that they were fulfilling the words of God when they began to mark themselves in their foreheads
         B. They had come out in open rebellion against God
         C. It was expedient that a curse should fall upon them
         D. They brought upon themselves the curse
         E. Every man that is cursed brings upon himself his own condemnation
                                                                                                                                                     Answer: A   (Alma -19)
740. (H-M) Not many days after the battle between the Nephites and the combined Amlicite/Lamanite army, all of the following happened EXCEPT:
         A. Another army of Lamanites came in upon the people of Nephi
         B. The battle took place in the same place that the first Nephite army met the Amlicites
         C. A Nephite army was sent to drive the Lamanites out of their land
         D. Despite being afflicted with a serious wound, Alma again led his people to battle against the Lamanites
         E. The numerous Nephite army slew many of the Lamanites and drove the remainder of them out of the borders of their land
         F. Following the battle, the Nephites again returned to their homes and began to establish peace in the land, being troubled no more by their enemies
                                                                                                                                                  Answer: D   (Alma -24)
741. (H-D) True or false: The above-described wars and contentions commenced and ended in the sixth year of the reign of the judges.
                                                                                                                                                 Answer: False   (Alma )
742. (D-M) In one year [the 5th year of the reign of the judges], thousands and tens of thousands of souls _____________________:
         A. Were sent to the eternal world
         B. Were sent to reap their rewards according to their works, whether they were good or bad
         C. Were sent to reap eternal happiness or eternal misery, according to the spirit which they listed to obey, whether is was a good spirit or a bad one
         D. Received wages of him whom he listed to obey, according to the words of the spirit of prophecy
         E. All of the above are true
                                                                                                                                               Answer: E   (Alma -27) 

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