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In Mosiah 25:5–11, Mosiah “caused” the scriptures to be read to the people. The following list shows the effects that the scriptures had on the people:

  1. They were “struck with wonder and amazement” (verse 7).
  2. They “were filled with exceedingly great joy” (verse 8).
  3. They felt “sorrow” for the deaths of so many (verse 9).
  4. They recognized the “goodness of God” (verse 10).
  5. They felt the need to “give thanks to God” (verse 10).
  6. The sins of others “filled [them] with pain and anguish” (verse 11).
  7. They were “struck with wonder and amazement” (verse 7).
  8. They “were filled with exceedingly great joy” (verse 8).
  9. They felt “sorrow” for the deaths of so many (verse 9).
  10. They recognized the “goodness of God” (verse 10).
  11. They felt the need to “give thanks to God” (verse 10).
  12. The sins of others “filled [them] with pain and anguish” (verse 11).
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Book of Mormon Student Manual (2009 Edition)

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