Mosiah’s Sons’ Mission to the Lamanites
Ammon, having finished his jobs, returns to the king.
He notices the king’s strange facial expression and begins to leave, but a servant tell him the king wants him to stay.
Ammon asks the king what he can do for him; the king remains silent for an awkwardly long period of time.
Ammon again asks what the king wants of him.
Ammon, reading the king’s mind, asks if the king is in awe because of the incident at Sebus; he then reaffirms that he is the king’s servant.
The king, again impressed by Ammon, asks him if he is the Great Spirit.
Ammon says that he is not.
The king asks how he could read his mind, and how he could have the power to fend off the hostiles like he did.
King Lamoni’s Reaction