Alma

Alma 60

4.

As a citizen of a free government and as a girl with a couple of opinions of my own, I love this chapter.  To sum it up quickly: Moroni tells Pahoran, the chief judge over the Nephites, that if he doesn’t do what he should be doing and immediately begin to provide for the army and the Nephite people that he, Moroni, will march his troops into Zarahemla and take the city by force.  I also particularly like that Moroni calls Pahoran out on his wrong doings and he does so in a plain and clear manner.  Moroni just doesn’t put up with anyone’s bull. Moroni is just an overall exceptional man that stands for righteousness and justice, and I love that he was a prophet of God.

I leave this with you in the name of Jesus Christ, Amen.

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