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Mosiah Chapter 9 ( ** )

Mosiah Chapter 9

339. (H-M) The record of Zeniff is described by all of the following statements EXCEPT:
         A. The record begins at the time Zeniff and his people left the land of Zarahemla
         B. The record ends when the people were delivered out of the hands of the Lamanites
         C. Zeniff wrote the entire record
         D. The record in the Book of Mormon comprises Mosiah chapters 9-22
                                                                                                                                    Answer: C   (Prologue, Mosiah 9)

340. (H-M) Zeniff describes himself in all of the following ways EXCEPT:
         A. Having been taught in all the language of the Nephites
         B. Having a knowledge of the land of Nephi, or the land of first inheritance
         C. Having been a spy among the Lamanites, in preparation for the Nephite armies attacking the Lamanites
         D. Being desirous that the Nephites not attack the Lamanites, due to the good that he saw among the Lamanites
         E. Having been taught in all the language of the Lamanites
                                                                                                                               Answer: E   (Mosiah 9:1)

341. (H-M) The great contention that Zeniff and his brethren had in the wilderness was due to all of the following reasons EXCEPT:
         A. Zeniff urged the ruler of the group to make a treaty with the Lamanites
         B. When the group became lost in the wilderness, the leader of the group blamed Zeniff
         C. The leader of the group was an austere and blood-thirsty man
         D. The leader of the group commanded that Zeniff should be slain
                                                                                                                              Answer: B   (Mosiah 9:2)

342. (H-M) The contention among Zeniff’s first group is accurately described by all of the following statements EXCEPT:
         A. Zeniff and his supporters sought the help of Lamanites in the vicinity
         B. Zeniff was rescued only by the shedding of much blood
         C. Father fought against father, and brother against brother
         D. The greater number of the army was destroyed
         E. Those that survived returned to Zarahemla, relating the awful tale to the wives and children of the slain men
                                                                                                                            Answer: A   (Mosiah 9:2)

343. (H-M) Zeniff’s second attempt to inherit the land of his fathers is described by all of the following EXCEPT:
         A. Zeniff was over-zealous to inherit the land of Nephi
         B. The second group was smitten with famine and sore affliction
         C. They wandered in the wilderness for many days
         D. They earnestly plead with the Lord to bless them and to guide them
         E. They eventually pitched their tents in the area where the battle had taken place during the first attempt
                                                                                                                           Answer: D   (Mosiah 9:3-4)

344. (H-C) Upon Zeniff’s arrival in the land of Nephi with his second group, all of the following events transpired EXCEPT:
         A. Zeniff took four of his men and went into the Lamanites city where the king resided
         B. Zeniff and his men presented gifts to the Lamanite king as tokens of peace
         C. Zeniff sought to know of the disposition of the Lamanite king
         D. Zeniff sought to know if he and his people could possess a portion of the land in peace
                                                                                                                        Answer: B   (Mosiah 9:5)

345. (H-M) The Lamanite king’s reaction to Zeniff’s request for a portion of land included all of the following EXCEPT:
         A. He made a covenant with Zeniff
         B. He allowed Zeniff’s people to occupy the land of Lehi-Nephi
         C. He allowed Zeniff’s people to occupy the land of Shilom
         D. He commanded that his own people living in certain lands should depart and allow the Nephites to possess these lands
         E. He promised Zeniff that the Nephites would live in peace among his people
                                                                                                                        Answer: E   (Mosiah 9:6-7)

346. (H-M) Upon settling in their new lands, Zeniff’s people did all of the following EXCEPT:
         A. Built buildings
         B. Repaired the walls of the cities of Lehi-Nephi and Shilom
         C. Began to trade with and have commerce with the Lamanites
         D. Tilled the ground and planted seeds
         E. Multiplied and prospered
                                                                                                                       Answer: C   (Mosiah 9:8-9)

347. (H-C) Zeniff mentions that his people planted all of the following types of seeds EXCEPT:
         A. Corn and wheat
         B. Barley and rye
         C. Neas and sheum
         D. All manner of fruit
                                                                                                                      Answer: B   (Mosiah 9:9)

348. (H-C) King Laman and his people are described by all of the following adjectives EXCEPT:
         A. Cunning
         B. Crafty
         C. Lazy
         D. Blood-thirsty
         E. Idolatrous
                                                                                                                                     Answer: D   (Mosiah &12)

349. (H-E) King Laman yielded up lands to the Nephites for all of the following reasons EXCEPT:
         A. He hoped to persuade the Nephite men to join his army
         B. He wanted to bring the Nephites into bondage
         C. He and his people wanted to glut themselves with the labors of the Nephites
         D. He and his people wanted to feast upon the Nephite flocks
         E. He wanted to overpower the Nephites
                                                                                                                                    Answer: A   (Mosiah -12)

350. (H-M) Zeniff and his people lived in peace in Shilom for how many years before king Laman and the Lamanites came against them in battle?
         A. 6 years
         B. 9 years
         C. 12 years
         D. 15 years
         E. None of the above
                                                                                                                                  Answer: C   (Mosiah )

351. (H-M) When the Lamanites first began to contend with Zeniff’s people, they did so in what manner?
         A. They attacked the main Nephite cities
         B. They attacked Nephites as they were caring for their flocks and tilling their lands
         C. They kidnapped any Nephites they found outside the city walls
         D. They attempted to draw the Nephite armies away from their strongholds by trickery
                                                                                                                                Answer: B   (Mosiah )

352. (H-E) Zeniff armed his men with which of the following weapons?
         A. Bows and arrows
         B. Swords and cimeters
         C. Clubs and slings
         D. All manner of weapons which they could invent
         E. All of the above
                                                                                                                              Answer:  E   (Mosiah )

353. (H-M) Zeniff and his warriors are accurately described by all of the following statements EXCEPT:
         A. They went to battle in the strength of the Lord
         B. They cried mightily to the Lord for deliverance
         C. They were awakened to a remembering of the deliverance of their fathers
         D. They prayed that they might heap vengeance and retribution upon the heads of the Lamanites
         E. The Lord heard their prayers, and they went forth with the Lord’s might
                                                                                                                        Answer: D   (Mosiah -18)

354. (H-C) The numbers of slain men in the first major confrontation between Zeniff’s people and the Lamanites were:
         A. 3,043 Lamanites and 279 Nephites
         B. 3,043 Nephites and 279 Lamanites
         C. 2,043 Lamanites and 379 Nephites
         D. 2,043 Nephites and 379 Lamanites
                                                                                                                    Answer: A   (Mosiah -19)

355. (H-E) True or false: With his own hands and with great sorrow and lamenting, Zeniff helped bury the Nephite men who had been slain in the battle with the Lamanites.
                                                                                                                   Answer: True   (Mosiah )

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