How Do Children Envision Scripture Stories?

How Do Children Envision Scripture Stories?

Wednesday, May 4, 2011

How Abinadi was killed by King Noah: Mosiah 17: 11-20

Brave Abinadi was killed by fire because he would not take back his truthful words.
10 ... I will not recall my words, and they shall stand as a btestimony against you. And if ye slay me ye will shed cinnocent blood, and this shall also stand as a testimony against you at the last day.

King Noah thought, for a moment, about releasing Abinadi.
  11And now king Noah was about to release him, for he feared his word; for he feared that the judgments of God would come upon him.

12But the apriests lifted up their voices against him, and began to accuse him, saying: He has reviled the king. Therefore the king was stirred up in banger against him, and he delivered him up that he might be slain.
 13And it came to pass that they took him and bound him, and ascourged his skin with faggots, yea, even unto bdeath.
 14And now when the flames began to scorch him, he cried unto them, saying:
15Behold, even as ye have done unto me, so shall it come to pass that thy aseed shall cause that many shall suffer the pains that I do suffer, even the pains of bdeath by fire; and this because they believe in the salvation of the Lord their God...
18And... ye shall be taken by the hand of your enemies, and then ye shall suffer, as I suffer, the pains of bdeath by fire.

 20And now, when aAbinadi had said these words, he fell, having suffered death by fire; yea, having been put to death because he would not deny the commandments of God, having sealed the truth of his words by his bdeath.

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