Literary: Alma continues with his testimony of the coming Messiah.
What is interesting is that he manages to translate his personal experience into a universal one. Just has he has now confessed the Messiah, so too will “every tongue confess before him.” Just as Alma has undergone the judgment, so too will all men undergo the judgment. Just as Alma quaked and trembled (perhaps an oblique reference to the voice of thunder shaking the ground?) so too will all quake and tremble before the Lord.
Textual: This ends the citation of Alma’s words.