Zarahemla is Joined by More People
Zarahemla Under Monarchial Rule
Ammon returns with Limhi’s people
About one year later, the search party returns with Limhi’s people, who bring with them twenty four gold plates discovered earlier.
Alma’s people arrive
Alma and his followers arrive in Zarahemla.
King Mosiah orders all his people to gather together.
Mosiah publicizes the histories of both Limhi’s group and Alma’s group.
Their stories have a striking impact on the public.
The families of Noah’s Priests, who had been abandoned during the Lamanite siege, disown their fathers and assume Nephite citizenship.
Despite the variety of origins of the people of Zarahemla, they all call themselves Nephites.
Mosiah turns the time over to Alma, who gives a sermon about remembering the Lord.
Limhi and his people express their desire to be baptized by Alma.
Alma agrees, and baptizes all of the people of Limhi, who in doing so become members of the Church.
After receiving a legal sanction from Mosiah, Alma establishes a centralized church with seven branches in Zarahemla.
The church grows and prospers.
Mosiah’s Reign in Zarahemla
Persecution for the Church