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Mosiah Chapter 11 ( ** )

Mosiah Chapter 11

372. (H-E) The son upon whom
Zeniff conferred the kingdom was:

         A. Nahom

         B. Nehor

         C. Neum

         D. Nimrah



E   (Mosiah 11:1)]


373. (H-E) Each of the following
statements accurately describes king Noah EXCEPT:

         A. He did not keep the commandments of God

         B. He
walked in the evil ways of his father

         C. He
had many wives and concubines

         D. He
walked after the desires of his own heart

         E. He
caused his people to commit sin

         F. He
caused his people to do that which was abominable in
the sight of God


B   (Mosiah 11:1-2)]


374. (H-M) Each of the following
statements accurately describes the people of king Noah EXCEPT:

They committed whoredoms and all manner of wickedness

They paid a tax of one fourth of all their possessions to support Noah and his

They labored exceedingly to support iniquity

         D. They were idolatrous

They were deceived by the vain and flattering words of Noah and his priests


B   (Mosiah 11:2,3,6,7)]


375. (H-E) The possessions of the
Nephites which king Noah taxed included:

Their gold and silver

Their ziff and copper

Their brass and iron

Their fatlings and grains

         E. All
of the above


E   (Mosiah 11:3)]


376. (H-M) King Noah “changed the affairs of the
kingdom” in all of the following ways EXCEPT:

         A. He
supported himself, his concubines, and his priests by taxing the people

         B. He
put down all the priests that had been consecrated by his father

         C. He
consecrated new priests that were lifted up in the pride of their hearts

         D. He
desecrated the temple and allowed it to fall into disrepair

         E. He
built many elegant and spacious buildings, including a huge palace for himself

         F. He had workmen use gold, silver, and fine
wood to adorn the buildings


D   (Mosiah 11:4,5,8-10)]


377. (H-E) King Noah had special seats made for the high
priests in the temple.  These seats are
accurately described by all of the following statements EXCEPT:

They were above all the other seats in the temple

         B. The individual names of the high priests
were engraved in the seats

         C. The seats were ornamented with pure gold

         D. Each seat had a breastwork built before it

         E. The
priests rested their bodies and arms on the breastworks as they spoke to the


B   (Mosiah


378. (G-D) King Noah had two great towers constructed.  Where were they located?

         1. Near his spacious palace

         2. On the hill north of the land Shilom

Close to the border between Nephite and Lamanite lands

         4. Near the temple

            A. 1 and 2

            B. 1 and 3

            C. 1 and 4

            D. 2 and 3

            E. 2 and 4


E   (Mosiah


379. (G-D) At the time that the
children of Nephi fled out of the land of first inheritance, they were using
the hill north of the land Shilom for what purpose?

         A. As
a resort

         B. As a hiding place

         C. As
a fortress

         D. As a religious sanctuary


A   (Mosiah


380. (H-M) King Noah is accurately described by all of the
following statements EXCEPT:

         A. He placed his heart upon his riches

         B. He spent his time in riotous living with
his wives and concubines

         C. He punished any of his people who were
found praying to their God

         D. He planted vineyards and built winepresses

         E. He
became a wine-bibber


C   (Mosiah


381. (H-M) The guards that Noah
sent round about the land to protect the Nephites were overcome by the
Lamanites because:

         A. The Lamanites were better prepared for battle

         B. The Nephites
greatly feared the Lamanites

         C. Noah sent an insufficient number of guards

         D. The Lamanites
were more adept at the use of weapons

         E. The Lamanites had
superior weapons


C   (Mosiah


382. (H-M) King Noah’s army did succeed in driving back the
Lamanites for a time.  All of the
following statements accurately describe Noah’s people after the

        battle EXCEPT:

         A. They returned rejoicing in their spoils

         B. They were lifted up in pride and boasted in
their own strength

         C. They delighted in the shedding of the blood
of their brethren

         D. They bragged that ten of their men could
stand against thousands of Lamanites

         E. They were greatly influenced by the
wickedness of their king and his priests


D   (Mosiah


383. (H-E) The man who came among king
Noah’s people, preaching repentance, was named:


         B. Abinadi

         C. Abner

         D. Abinadom

         E. Ablom


B   (Mosiah


384. (D-M) Abinadi said all of the following to Noah’s
people EXCEPT:

         A. The Lord hath
commanded me to come among you

         B. The Lord has seen
your abominations, wickedness, and whoredoms

         C. Except this people repent, the Lord will
visit you in his anger

         D. Except this people repent, you will be
delivered into the hands of your enemies

         E. Except this people repent, you shall
become a hiss and a byword to all nations


E   (Mosiah


385. (D-M) Abinadi said all of the following to Noah’s
people EXCEPT:

         A. Except this people repent, you will be
brought into bondage and you will be afflicted by your enemies

This people shall know that their God is a jealous God, visiting the iniquities
of His people

         C. When this people shall cry unto the Lord,
He shall be slow to hear their cries

         D. None shall deliver this people from their
enemies, except it be the Nephites living in the
land of Zarahemla

         E. Except this people repent in sackcloth and
ashes and cry mightily to the Lord, the Lord will not hear their prayers


D   (Mosiah


386. (H-E) The people of king Noah were wroth with Abinadi
and sought to take away his life, but they were unable to do so because:

         A. The Lord
delivered him out of their hands

         B. He disguised himself and slipped away

         C. He was carried away out of their midst by
the spirit

         D. He stretched forth his hand, and the Lord
shocked his pursuers

         E. He outran his pursuers


A   (Mosiah


387. (H-M) When informed of Abinadi’s
prophesies, king Noah responded with all of the following statements EXCEPT:

         A. Who is Abinadi, that I and my people
should be judged of him?

         B. Who is the Lord, that
He shall bring upon my people great afflictions?

         C. Bring Abinadi hither, that I may slay him

         D. Abinadi has said these things that he
might stir up my people to anger

         E. Abinadi has said these things to raise
contentions among my people

         F. By what authority does Abinadi come among
my people, pretending to speak for the Lord?


F   (Mosiah


388. (H-E) Initially, what effect
did Abinadi’s preaching have on the people of Noah?

         A. They repented of their evil doings

         B. They renounced king
Noah and his evil priests

         C. They hardened their hearts against Abinadi’s words, and they sought to take him

         D. They hid Abinadi from king
Noah’s soldiers and priests


C   (Mosiah


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