Muloki

Missionary companion of Aaron²

❮ Back

Muloki

Muloki was a participant in the missionary excursion to the Lamanites led by the sons of MosiahAmmon, Aaron, Omner, and Himni—beginning around 90 BC. The first reference to Muloki is when the Lord spoke to Ammon, in the land of Ishmael, and directed him to go to the land of Middoni to attend to his brethren who were imprisoned there, including Aaron, Muloki, and Ammah. Aaron had earlier left the city of Jerusalem, where the Amalekites and Amulonites had sharply rejected his gospel message, and had gone to the village of Ani-Anti, where Muloki and Ammah were attempting to deliver their message of repentance and redemption. When this community, too, rejected their message, the missionaries went to Middoni, where they were cast into prison and suffered great hardship. It was then that King Lamoni and Ammon freed the prisoners so they could continue their ministry. Thereafter, they “went forth whithersoever they were led by the Spirit of the Lord, preaching the word of God in every synagogue of the Amalekites, or in every assembly of the Lamanites where they could be admitted. And it came to pass that the Lord began to bless them, insomuch that they brought many to the knowledge of the truth; yea, they did convince many of their sins, and of the traditions of their fathers, which were not correct”.

N
(Source: Ed J. Pinegar, Richard J. Allen, Book of Mormon Who’s Who)

❮ Back