strtoupper('“I')f This Could Always Be the Case then It Would Be Expedient That Ye Should Always Have Kings to Rule over You”

Mosiah then describes his own anxiety to be a good king:

“And even I myself have labored with all the power and faculties which I have possessed, to teach you the commandments of God, and to establish peace throughout the land, that there should be no wars nor contentions, no stealing, nor plundering, nor murdering, nor any manner of iniquity; And whosoever has committed iniquity, him have I punished according to the crime which he has committed, according to the law which has been given to us by our fathers. Now I say unto you, that because all men are not just it is not expedient that ye should have a king or kings to rule over you. For behold, how much iniquity doth one wicked king cause to be committed, yea, and what great destruction!”
W. Cleon Skousen -

W. Cleon Skousen

Treasures from the Book of Mormon Audio Commentary

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