909. (H-M) The words of Amulek had all of the following effects upon Zeezrom EXCEPT:
A. Zeezrom was silenced.
. B Zeezrom was caught in his lying and deceiving, and in his attempts to destroy Amulek.
. C. Zeezrom requested sackcloth and ashes, desiring to begin his repentance immediately.
. D. Zeezrom began to tremble under a consciousness of his own guilt.
. Answer: C (Alma 12:1)
910. (H-M) Seeing that Amulek’s words had silenced Zeezrom, Alma did all of the following EXCEPT:
. A. He opened his mouth and began to speak unto Zeezrom.
. B. He told Zeezrom that his sins could be forgiven immediately if he would admit his deceit and his lies.
. C. He established the words of Amulek.
. D. He explained things beyond that which Amulek had explained.
. E. He unfolded scriptures beyond that which Amulek had done.
. Answer: B (Alma 12:1)
911. (H-M) The words that Alma spake unto Zeezrom were heard by many people, for the multitude was great. Alma said all of the following EXCEPT:
. A. Zeezrom, thou hast been taken in thy lying and craftiness.
. B. Zeezrom, thou hast not only lied unto men, but hast lied unto God.
. C. God knows all thy thoughts, and has made thy thoughts known unto us by His spirit.
. D. Zeezrom, thy heart is of stone and thy mind is of brass.
. E. Thy plan was a subtle plan, as to the subtlety of the devil.
. F. Thy plan was to deceive the people and set them against us, that they would revile us and cast us out.
. Answer: D (Alma 12:2-4)
912. (D-M) Alma, as he exposed Zeezrom’s deceitful plan, said which of the following?
. A. Your plan was a plan of your adversary, and he had exercised his power in thee.
. B. I would that ye should remember that what I say unto thee, I say unto all.
. C. I say unto you all that this [Zeezrom’s deceitful plan] was a snare of the adversary, which he laid to catch this people.
. D. I say unto you all that this [Zeezrom’s deceitful plan] was a snare of the adversary, which he laid to bring this people into subjection unto himself.
. E. I say unto you all that this [Zeezrom’s deceitful plan] was a snare of the adversary, which he laid to encircle you about with his chains.
. F. I say unto you all that this [Zeezrom’s deceitful plan] was a snare of the adversary, which he laid to chain you down to everlasting destruction,
. according to the power of his captivity.
. G. All of the above are correct statements made by Alma.
. Answer: G (Alma 12:5-6)
913. (H-E) When Alma rebuked Zeezrom, all of the following occurred EXCEPT:
. A. Zeezrom attempted to slay Alma and Amulek with a sword.
. B. Zeezrom began to tremble exceedingly.
. C. Zeezrom was convinced more and more of the power of God.
. D. Zeezrom became convinced that Alma and Amulek had a knowledge of him.
. E. Zeezrom realized that Alma and Amulek knew the thoughts and intents of his heart.
. F. Zeezrom realized that Alma and Amulek were given power to know things by the spirit of prophecy.
. Answer: A (Alma 12:7)
914. (D-H) Following Alma’s rebuke, Zeezrom inquired diligently that he might know more concerning the kingdom of God. What
. was the first question he asked of Alma?
. A. What does this mean concerning the atonement of Christ, that he offereth himself as a ransom for sin, to answer the
. ends of the law?
. B. What does this mean concerning the crucifixion of Christ, that he is to be lifted up upon a cross and then buried in a
. C. What does this mean concerning the sacrifice of Christ, that he is the firstfruits of God and will make intercession for
. all the children of men?
. D. What does this mean concerning the last day, wherein the house of Israel shall be gathered from the four corners
. of the earth?
. E. What does this mean concerning the resurrection of the dead, that the just and the unjust are brought to stand
. before God, to be judged according to their works?
. Answer: E (Alma 12:8)
915. (D-E) As Alma expounded the doctrine of Christ to Zeezrom, he said all of the following EXCEPT:
. A. It is given unto many to know the mysteries of God, and they are laid under a strict command to freely impart of these
. mysteries to the children of men, according to the heed and diligence which they give unto God.
. B. He that hardens his heart receives the lesser portion of the word until he knows nothing concerning the mysteries
. of God.
. C. He that does not harden his heart is given the greater portion of the word until he knows the mysteries of God in full.
. D. He that hardens his heart is taken captive by the devil and is led by the devil’s will down to destruction.
. E. Being taken captive by the devil and being led down to destruction is what is meant by ‘the chains of hell’.
. Answer: A (Alma 12:9-11)
916. (D-M) Alma stated that Amulek had spoken plainly concerning all of the following EXCEPT:
. A. Death.
. B. Being raised from mortality to immortality.
. C. The division of the spirit world into paradise and the spirit prison.
. D. Being brought before the bar of God.
. E. Being judged according to our works.
. Answer: C (Alma 12:12)
917. (D-M) Alma stated that if our hearts have been hardened against the work, our state would be awful and we would be
. condemned. He said all of the following would condemn us EXCEPT:
. A. Our words.
. B. Our upbringing.
. C. Our works.
. D. Our thoughts.
. Answer: B (Alma 12:13)
918. (D-M) Alma stated that if our words, works, and thoughts condemned us, all of the following would occur EXCEPT:
. A. We would not be found spotless.
. B. We would not dare to look up to our God.
. C. We would be happy if we could command the rocks and mountains to fall on us and hide us from God’s presence.
. D. We would beg the Lord to immediately cast us into a scalding lake of fire and brimstone.
. Answer: D (Alma 12:14)
919. (D-M) Which of the following, according to Alma, will occur when we stand before God to be judged?
. A. We will stand before God in his glory, his power, his might, his majesty, and his dominion.
. B. We will acknowledge that all his judgments are just.
. C. We will acknowledge that he is just in all his works and that he is merciful unto the children of men.
. D. We will acknowledge that God has all power to save every man that believeth on his name and brings forth fruits meet
. for repentance.
. E. All of the above will occur.
. Answer: E (Alma 12:15)
920. (D-M) According to Alma, all of the following will happen after an unrepentant soul stands before God to be judged
. A. There will come a death, even a third death, which is a spiritual death.
. B. The person who died in his sins (as to a temporal death) will also die a spiritual death.
. C. The person who died in his sins will die as to things pertaining unto righteousness.
. D. That person’s torments will be as a lake of fire and brimstone, whose flame ascends up forever and ever.
. E. That person will be chained down to an everlasting destruction.
. F. That person will be chained down according to the power and captivity of Satan, he having subjected that person
. according to his will.
. Answer: A (Alma 12:16-17)
921. (D-E) True or false: Alma taught that if a man died in his sins [unrepentant], it shall be for him as if no redemption had
. been made, for he cannot be redeemed according to God’s justice; and he cannot die, seeing there is no more.
. Answer: True (Alma 12:18)
922. (D-M) At this point in Alma’s preaching, the people began to be more astonished. A chief ruler named Antionah stepped
. forward and posed all of the following questions EXCEPT:
. A. What is this that thou hast said, that man should rise from the dead and be changed from this mortal to an immortal
. B. What is this that thou has said, that the soul can never die?
. C. How will it feel if a man shall stand before the bar of God, having his garments stained with blood and all manner
. of filthiness?
. D. What does the scripture mean that says that God placed cherubim and a flaming sword on the east of the garden
. of Eden, lest Adam and Eve should enter and partake of the fruit of the tree of life, and live forever?
. E. Thus we see that there was no possible chance that our first parents should live forever.
. Answer: C (Alma 12:19-21)
923. (D-M) In response to Antionah’s questions, Alma said all of the following EXCEPT:
. A. This is the thing I was about to explain.
. B. Adam did fall by the partaking of the forbidden fruit, according to the word of God.
. C. By this fall, all mankind became a lost and fallen people.
. D. If it had been possible for Adam to have partaken of the fruit of the tree of life at that time, there would have been
. no death, and the word would have been void, making God a liar, for he said, ‘If thou eat thou shalt surely die’.
. E. Adam fell that men might be, and men are that they might have joy.
. Answer: E (Alma 12:22-23)
924. (D-D) Alma, as he continued to preach to Zeezrom, Antionah, and others, said all of the following EXCEPT:
. A. Death came upon mankind, even the death which has been spoken of by Amulek, which is the temporal death.
. B. God has prepared a way of escape from those monsters, death and hell.
. C. There was a space granted unto man in which he might repent.
. D. This life has become a probationary state, a time to prepare to meet God.
. E. This life has become a time to prepare for that endless state which is after the resurrection of the dead.
. Answer: B (Alma 12:24)
925. (D-M) Complete Alma’s statement: If it had not been for the plan of redemption, which was laid form the foundation of the
. the world, there could have been no _________:
. A. Heaven or hell.
. B. Life or death.
. C. Salvation for the heathen nations.
. D. Resurrection of the dead.
. E. Chance for exaltation in the kingdom of God.
. Answer: D (Alma 12:25)
926. (D-E) True or false: Alma stated that there was a plan of redemption laid, which shall bring to pass the resurrection of the
. the dead, of which has been spoken.
. Answer: True (Alma 12: 25)
927. (D-M) According to Alma, all of the following would have happened if our first parents had gone forth and partaken of
. the tree of life EXCEPT:
. A. They would have been forever miserable.
. B. They would have had no preparatory state.
. C. The plan of redemption would have been frustrated.
. D. The word of God would have been void.
. E. The word of God would have taken no effect.
. F. Satan would have reigned as lord and god of the world.
. Answer: F (Alma 12:26)
928. (D-E) Since our first patents did not partake of the fruit of the tree of life, all of the following happened EXCEPT:
. A. The apple became known as the ‘forbidden fruit’.
. B. It was appointed unto men that they must die.
. C. After death, men would come to judgment.
. D. After death, men would come to the judgment, which is the ‘end’.
. Answer: A (Alma 12:27)
929. (D-E) After God appointed that death and judgment should come unto men, he saw that is was necessary that
. men should know concerning these things. Therefore, God did all of the following things EXCEPT:
. A. He sent angels to converse with men, that they could behold his glory.
. B. He taught men to call on his name.
. C. He encouraged Lucifer to spread false doctrine among men, enabling them to more fully exprience opposition
. opposition in all things.
. D. He conversed with men, making know unot them the plan of redemption, which had been prepared from the
. foundation of the world.
. E. He made know the plan of redemption according to the faith, repentance, and holy works of men.
. Answer: C (Alma 12:28-31)
930. (D-E) Alma points out some of the consequences that resulted from men transgressing the first commandments.
. These consequences included all of the following EXCEPT:
. A. They became as gods, knowing good from evil.
. B. They assured themselves a place in the first resurrection.
. C. They placed themselves in a state to act according to their will and pleasure.
. D. They placed themselves in a state to do evil or to do good.
. Answer: B (Alma 12:31)
931. (D-E) After God appointed that death and judgment should come unto men, he was that it was necessary that men
. should know concerning these things. Therefore, God did all of the following EXCEPT:
. A. He informed them that they would be punished for their own sins, as well as the transgression of Adam.
. B. He commanded them that they should not do evil, after making known unto them the plan of salvation.
. C. He made known unto them that the penalty of doing evil would be a second death.
. D. He made know unto them that that second death was an everlasting death as to things pertaining unto righteousness.
. E. He made known unto them that the plan of redemption could have no power on those who did evil, for the works
. of justice could not be destroyed.
. Answer: A (Alma 12:32)
932. (D-E) Alma stated that the works of justice could not be destroyed, according to the ______________.
. A. Laws of the universe.
. B. Laws of nature.
. C. Mandates of heaven.
. D. Design of redemption.
. E. Supreme goodness of God.
. Answer: E (Alma 12:32)
933. (D-M) According to Alma, all of the following are true EXCEPT:
. A. God called on men in the name of his Son, according to the plan of redemption.
. B. God said to men, ‘If ye will repent and harden not your hearts, then I will exercise justice upon you through
. mine Only Begotten son’.
. C. God said to men, ‘Whosoever repenteth and hardeneth not his heart, he shall have claim on mercy through
. mine Only Begotten son, unto a remission of his sins, and these shall enter into my rest’.
. D. God said to men, ‘Whosoever will harden his heart and will do iniquity, I swear in my wrath that he shall not
. enter into my rest.
. Answer: B (Alma 12:33-35)
934. (D-M) Alma said all of the following to his listeners EXCEPT:
. A. If ye shall harden your hearts ye shall not enter into the rest of the Lord.
. B. Your iniquity provokes God that he sends down his wrath upon you as in the first provocation.
. C. According to God’s word, he will send down his wrath in the last provocation as well as in the first, to the
. everlasting destruction of your souls.
. D. Be ye doers of the word, and not hearers only.
. E. According to God’s word, the wrath of God will bring upon you the last death, as well as the first.
. Answer: D (Alma 12:36)
935. (D-M) As chapter 12 of Alma concludes, Alma exhorts his brethren to do all of the following EXCEPT:
. A. To see that they know the things of God, and to know that they are true.
. B. To repent.
. C. To gird up their loins and fresh courage take.
. D. To harden not their hearts.
. E. To not provoke the Lord to pull down his wrath upon them by breaking the second commandments which he
. had given them.
. F. To enter into the rest of God which was prepared according to God’s word.
. Answer: C (Alma 12:37)