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Alma 16

995. (H-M)  In the eleventh year of the reign of the judges, all of the following situations existed EXCEPT:
      A. There was much peace in the land of Zarahemla.
      B. There had been no wars nor contentions for many years.
.        C. Prophets were preaching the doctrine of Christ in all of the Nephite villages.
      D. At one point, a cry of war was heard throughout the land.
      E. The armies of the Lamanites came into the borders of the lands.
      F. The Lamanites destroyed the city of Ammonihah, along with its inhabitants.
.        G. The Lamanites took some of the Nephites as captives.
                                                                                                                     Answer:  C  (Alma 16:1-3)

996. (H-M)  Because the Nephites were desirous to rescue those who had been taken captive by the Lamanites, they sent Zoram
      (the chief captain over the armies) and his two sons to confer with Alma, the high priest.  What was the purpose of the
      A. The people, through Zoram, asked Alma to pray for the safe return of the captives.
      B. The people, through Zoram, asked Alma to call down fire and damnation upon the heads of the Lamanites.
.        C. The people wanted Alma to bless Zoram with wisdom and strength for his upcoming conflict with the Lamanites.
      D. They wanted Alma to use his spirit of prophecy to tell the Nephites where to go in search for their captive brethren.
      E. They wanted Alma to tell them which weapons would be most effective in battling the Lamanites.
                                                                                                                      Answer:  D  (Alma 16:4-5)

997.  (H-D)  The names of the two sons of Zoram, the chief captain of the Nephite armies, were:
      A. Ham and Shem
      B. Shadrach and Meshach
      C. Nephi and Samuel
      D. Aba and Shemlon
      E. Lehi and Asa
      F. Middoni and Riplakish
                                                                                                                     Answer:  E  (Alma 16:5)

998.  (H-M)  At the request of Zoram, Alma inquired of the Lord concerning the Lamanite armies.  The Lord told him all of the following EXCEPT:
      A. The Lamanites would cross the river Sidon in the south wilderness.
      B. The Lamanites would cross the river Sidon up beyond the borders of the land of Manti.
      C. The Nephite armies were to meet the Lamanites on the east side of the river Sidon.
.        D. The Nephites were to wear full battle gear, including breast plates and helmets.
.        E. The Lord would deliver the captive Nephites out of the hands of the Lamanites.
.                                                                                                                       Answer:  D  (Alma 16:6)

999.  (H-M)  Zoram and his sons and the Nephite army followed Alma’s instructions.  All of the following events happened EXCEPT:
      A. The Nephite armies crossed over the river Sidon beyond the borders of Manti.
      B. The Nephite armies encountered the Lamanaite armies, and scattered them and drove them into the wilderness.
.        C. The Nephites rescued all but two of the captive Nephites who had been taken by the Lamanites.
.        D. The Nephite armies brought their rescued brethren back to their own lands.
.                                                                                                                       Answer:  C  (Alma 16:7-8)

1000.  (H-M)  The eleventh year of the judges ended with all of the following events EXCEPT:
      A. The Lamanites were driven out of the land.
.        B. The people of Ammonihah were destroyed with the exception of three souls, who survived to tell the awful tale of
.             the destruction of their people.
      C. The city of Ammonihah was completely destroyed, being left desolate in just one day.
.        D. The people of Ammonihah had declared that even God could not destroy their city, because of its greatness.
                                                                                                                      Answer:  B   (Alma 16:9-10)

1001.  (H-E)  Regarding the carcases of the Ammonihahites following their destruction, all of the following are true EXCEPT:
      A. The carcases were mangled by wolves and hyenas and other wild beasts of the wilderness.
      B. Many days after their demise, the dead bodies were heaped up upon the earth.
      C. The dead bodies were covered with a shallow covering.
.        D. The foul scent of the bodies was so great that people did not possess the land again for many years.
      E. The land became know as the ‘Desolation of Nehors’, for they were of the profession of Nehor.
      F. The land remained desolate.
.                                                                                                                        Answer:  A  (Alma 16:11)

1002.  (H-E)  After the city of Ammonihah was destroyed, all of the following happened EXCEPT:
      A. The Lamanites didn’t come again to war againts the Nephites for three years.
     .   B. Alma and Amulek went forth preaching repentance to the people.
      C. Alma and Amulek taught the people in temples, sanctuaries, and synagogues.
.        D. Alma and Amulek imparted the word of God continuously, without any respect of persons.
.        E. Many others were called to preach the word throughout the land.
      F. The church remained restricted to certain carefully chosen regions of the land.
.                                                                                                                        Answer:  F  (Alma 16:12-16)

1003.  (D-E) True or false:  There was only minor inequality among the people after Alma and Amulek preached the word of God
         throughout the land.
                                                                                                                    Answer:  False   (Alma 16:16)

1004.  (D-E)  The Lord poured out his Spirit on all the face of the land to accomplish all of the following purposes EXCEPT:
      A. To prepare the minds and hearts of the children of men to receive the word which should be taught among them at
           the time of the coming of Christ.
      B. That the children of men might not be hardened against the word or unbelieving.
      C. That the children of men might not go on to destruction.
.        D. That the children of men might be led to gold, silver, and all kinds of precious things.
      E. That the children of men might receive the word with joy.
      F. That the children of men might be as a branch grafted into the true vine.
      G. That the children of men might enter into the rest of the Lord their God.
                                                                                                                          Answer:  D   (Alma 16:16-17)

1005.  (D-M)  The priests who went forth among the people preached against all of the following EXCEPT:
.        A. Lyings, deceivings, envyings
      B. Strifes, malice, revilings
.        C. Procrastination, defilements, malfeasance
      D. Stealing, robbing, plundering
      E. Murdering, adultery, lasciviousness
.                                                                                                                          Answer:  C  (Alma 16:18)

1006.  (D-E)  The priests who went forth among the people “held forth” in all of the following teachings EXCEPT:
.        A. Things which would shortly come.
.        B. The coming of the Son of God.
      C. The flight into Egypt by the holy family.
.        D. The suffering and death of the Son of God.
      E. The resurrection of the Lord.
                                                                                                                        Answer:  C   (Alma 16:19)

1007.  (D-E) Many of the people that were being taught inquired about the place where the Son of God would come.  What were
        they taught in response to their question?
.        A. He would appear unto them after his resurrection.
      B. He would appear to his lost sheep.
      C. He would visit the lost ten tribes of Israel.
.        D. He would dwell only among those in the Holy Lands.
.                                                                                                                        Answer:  A   (Alma 16:20)

1008.  (D-E)  The fourteenth year of the reign of the judges ended with all of the following EXCEPT:
.        A. The church had been established throughout all the land.
.        B. The church gained victory over the devil.
.        C. The word of God was preached in its purity in all the land.
.        D. The righteousness of the people caused Satan to be bound in shame.
      E. The Lord poured out his blessing upon the people.
                                                                                                                      Answer:  D  (Alma 16:21)

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