“Behold I Am a Man and Am Thy Servant”

Brant Gardner

Prompted by the Spirit, Ammon answers Lamoni’s most urgent question: “I am a man,” quickly defusing Lamoni’s fear of capricious behavior from a semi-divine being. He openly establishes subservience to the king by noting that he will do whatever the king requests.

Second Witness: Analytical & Contextual Commentary on the Book of Mormon, Vol. 4