185. (H-E) Mosiah, at the request of his father Benjamin, made a proclamation throughout the land that the people should
. A. They went up to the temple to hear the words of king Benjamin.
. B. The number of people was so great they did not number them.
. C. The people had multiplied greatly and waxed great in the land.
. D. They brought the firstlings of their flocks in order to offer burnt sacrifices.
. E. They offered their burnt offerings according to the law of Aaron.
. F. They pitced their tents around the temple, every man according to his family, having the door of the tent towards the
. Answer: E (Mosiah 2:1-3 & 5-6)
. B. That the Lord had delivered them out of the hands of their enemies
. C. That the Lord had appointed just men to be their teachers
. D. That the Lord had appointed a just man to be their king
. E. That their king had established peace in the land
. F. That their king had taught them to keep the commandments of God
. G. That their keeping of the commandments allowed them to rejoice and to be filled with love towards God and all men
. Answer: A (Mosiah 2:4)
. remained in their tents as they listened to king Benjamin speak.
. Answer: True (Mosiah 2:5-6)188. (H-M) The multitude of people was so great that king Benjamin did all of the following EXCEPT:
. A. He caused a tower to be erected and he spoke from the top of the tower
. B. Because all could not hear him, he caused that his words should be written down
. C. He sent his written words among the people, that all would receive his message
. D. All of the above
. E. None of the above
. Answer: D (Mosiah 2:7-8)
189. (H-M) As king Benjamin began his memorable discourse to his people, he addressed them in what manner? . A. My fellow citizens . B. My fellow saints . C. My brethren . D. My friends in Christ . E. My beloved followers . Answer: C (Mosiah 2:9)
190. (D-M) As he began his sermon, king Benjamin told his people three things that he did NOT want them to do. . Which of the following was NOT one of those three things? . A. Trifle with the words that he would speak. . B. Quarrel and fight one with another, and thus serve the devil. . C. To fear him. . D. To think that he himself was more than a mortal man . Answer: B (Mosiah 2:9-10)
191. (D-E) King Benjamin reminded his people that they should not trifle with his words, but that they should do what? . A. Hearken unto him. . B. Open their ears that they might hear. . C. Open their hearts that they might understand. . D. Open their minds that the mysteries of God might be unfolded to their view. . E. All of the above . Answer: E (Mosiah 2:9)
192. (D-E) As king Benjamin addressed his people, he said all of the following things about himself EXCEPT: . A. That he was like unto his people, like unto themselves . B. That he was subject to all manner of infirmities in body and mind . C. That he hoped his successor would be as righteous as he had been . D. That he had been chosen by the people and consecrated by his father . E. That the hand of the Lord had allowed him to be a ruler and a king over the people . F. That he had been kept and preserved by the matchless power of God . G. That he had served his people with all the might, mind, and strength that the Lord had granted him . Answer: C (Mosiah )
193. (D-M) As king Benjamin addressed his people, he said all of the following things about himself EXCEPT: . A. That he had not sought gold nor silver nor any manner of riches from them. . B. That the taxes he had required of them had been used for righteous purposes. . C. That he had not suffered them to be confined in dungeons. . D. That he had not suffered them to make slaves one of another. . E. That he had not suffered them to murder or plunder or steal or to commit adultery or any manner of wickedness. . F. That he had taught them to keep the commandments of God. . Answer: B (Mosiah -13)
194. (H-M) True or false: King Benjamin had labored with his own hands to serve his people, that they might not be laden with taxes or other grievous . burdens.
. Answer: T (Mosiah )
195. (H-E) King Benjamin said many things about himself as he began his sermon, and he did that for what purpose?
. A. That he could boast
. B. That he could accuse his people
. C. That he could prepare them for the difficult doctrine which was to follow
. D. That he could answer a clear conscience before God
. Answer: D (Mosiah )
196. (D-M) King Benjamin said all the following things to his people EXCEPT:
. A. He considered his service to his people as service to God.
. B. When you are in the service of your fellow beings you are only in the service of your God.
. C. By serving you, I have washed my garments of your many sins.
. D. If I, your king, have served you, ought not ye to labor to serve one another?
. E. If I, your king, do merit any thanks from you for my service, ought not ye to thank your Heavenly King?
. Answer: C (Mosiah -19)
197. (D-M) King Benjamin pointed out to his people many of the things which God had done for them, and for which they should
. render praise and thanks to him. Those things included all of the following EXCEPT:
. A. He has created you.
. B. He has kept and preserved you.
. C. He has caused that you should rejoice.
. D. He has given you gold, silver, and riches beyond measure.
. E. He has granted that you should live in peace one with another.
. Answer: D (Mosiah )
198. (D-M) King Benjamin pointed out to his people many of the things which God had done for them, and for which they should
. render praise and thanks to him. Those things included all of the following EXCEPT:
. A. He has preserved you from day to day.
. B. He has given you victories over your enemies and foes.
. C. He has lent you breath.
. D. He has allowed you to live and move and do according to your own will.
. E. He has supported you from one moment to another.
. Answer: B (Mosiah )
199. (D-E) King Benjamin told his people that even if they served God with their whole souls, even then they would still be _____________.
. A. Ungrateful followers
. B. In his debt
. C. Unprofitable servants
. D. Less than the dust of the earth
. E. Imperfect creatures
. Answer: C (Mosiah )
200. (D-M) King Benjamin told his people that God only required one thing of them. What was that one thing?
. A. To keep his commandments
. B. To keep the Sabbath Day holy
. C. To perfect, even as he is perfect
. D. To have clean hands and a pure heart
. E. To love one another
. Answer: A (Mosiah )
201. (D-M) King Benjamin told his people that if they would keep God’s commandments, the Lord would do which of the following things for them?
. A. Cause the sun to shine upon them.
. B. Destroy their enemies.
. C. Turn away the east wind from their lands.
. D. Bless them and prosper them.
. E. Reveal the mysteries of God unto them.
. Answer: D (Mosiah )
202. (D-D) Regarding God's relationship with his children, what did king Benjamin say occurred "in the first place"? . A. He sent holy prophets to instruct and bless them . B. He created them and granted unto them their lives . C. He made covenants with them . D. He promised them exaltation and eternal life . E. He created this earth upon which they could dwell . Answer: B (Mosiah )
203. (D-E) King Benjamin told his people that they were indebted unto God. For what reason did he say they were indebted? . A. Because God had made covenants with them. . B. Because God had created this earth upon which they could dwell. . C. Because God had sent holy prophets to instruct and bless them. . D. Because God had created them and granted unto them their lives. . E. Because God had promised them exaltation and eternal life. . Answer: D (Mosiah )
204. (D-M) Regarding God's relationship with his children, what did king Benjamin say occurred "secondly", or in the . second place? . A. He required that they should do as he commanded them . B. He granted unto them their physical bodies . C. He established the family relationship, with parents to guide and instruct their children . D. He expelled Adam and Eve from the Garden of Eden . E. He placed an angel to guard the way of the tree of life . Answer: A (Mosiah )
205. (D-M) King Benjamin told his people that if they did as God commanded them, what would God do? . A. He would prepare a mansion for them in his house . B. He would make their callings and elections sure . C. He would immediately bless them and pay them . D. He would hedge up the way of their enemies . E. He would place angels round about them, to bear them up . Answer: C (Mosiah )
206. (D-M) King Benjamin asked the following question of his people - "...of what have ye to boast?" He asked that question because ________: . A. They were stiffnecked . B. They were indebted to God, and always would be, forever and ever . C. They were not sufficiently humble . D. They were unworthy creatures . E. Because their hands were not clean nor were their hearts pure . Answer: B (Mosiah )
207. (D-E) King Benjamin told his people that they could not say 'aught' of themselves for all of the following reasons EXCEPT: . A. Because they were not even as much as the dust of the earth. . B. Because they were created of the dust of the earth . C. Because the dust of the earth belonged to him who created them. . D. Because even he [king Mosiah], their king, was no better than they themselves were . E. Because the word 'aught' was very difficult to pronounce in their language . Answer: E (Mosiah -26)
208. (H-M) True or false: King Benjamin told his people that he was old and about to yield up his mortal frame to its father earth. . Answer: F (Mosiah )
209. (H-M) King Benjamin said all of the following things about himself EXCEPT: . A. That he was no better than his people . B. That he was also created of the dust . C. That he was old . D. That his mind had become feeble . E. That he was about to yield up his mortal frame to the earth . F. That he had served his people . G. That he was walking with a clear conscience before God . Answer: D (Mosiah -27)
210. (H-M) King Benjamin gave his people several reasons why he had caused them to assemble together. These reasons included all of the following EXCEPT: . A. That he would be found blameless . B. That their blood would not come upon him when he stood before God to be judged . C. That by bearing good tidings to them, his feet would become beautiful upon the mountains . D. To rid his garments of their blood when he was so close to going down to his grave . E. That he might go down to his grave in peace . F. That he could declare unto them that he could no longer be their teacher or king . Answer: C (Mosiah -29)
211. (D-E) King Benjamin told his people that he hoped his immortal spirit would do which of the following? . A. Join the choirs above in singing the praises of a just God . B. Join the bass section of the choirs above in singing praises to God . C. Join the tenor section of the choirs above in singing praises to God . D. Sing a solo with a celestial choir above and sing praises to God . E. Accompany one of the heavenly choirs above on a harp . Answer: A (Mosiah )
212. (H-M) King Benjamin said all of the following things about himself to his people EXCEPT: . A. My whole frame doth tremble exceedingly while attempting to speak unto you . B. It is upon the rock of our Redeemer that I have built my foundation . C. The Lord God doth support me . D. The Lord hath suffered me that I should speak unto you . E. The Lord hath commanded me to tell you that my son Mosiah is to be a king and ruler over you . Answer: B (Mosiah )
213. (H-M) King Benjamin counseled his people to do as they had hitherto done, and counseled them to keep the commandments given unto them by his son, . Mosiah. He promised his people two things would happen if they did as he counseled them. Those two promises were: . A. Their yokes would be easy and their burdens would be light . B. They would prosper in the land and their enemies would have no power over them . C. The curse of the Lord would be lifted from them and the desert would blossom as a rose . D. Their callings would be made sure and their elections would be made sure . E. The hearts of the fathers would turn to their children and the hearts of the children would turn to their fathers . Answer: B (Mosiah )
214. (D-E) In verse 32 of Mosiah chapter 2, King Benjamin told his people to beware of two specific transgressions. These two transgressions were: . A. Insincere prayer and infrequent fasting . B. Breaking the Sabbath Day and gainsaying . C. Allowing contentions to arise among themselves and listing to obey the evil spirit . D. Coveting their neighbors' wives and committing adultery . E. High-mindedness and stiffneckedness , Answer: C (Mosiah )
215. (D-E) King Benjamin told his people that there was a 'wo' pronounced upon him who listed to obey the evil spirit and who remained and died in his sins. . That 'wo' included all of the following EXCEPT: . A. That person would drink damnation to his own soul . B. That person would receive an everlasting punishment as his wages . C. That person would have transgressed the law of God contrary to his own knowledge . D. That person would be bodily thrown into a lake of fire and brimstone . Answer: D (Mosiah )
216. (D-E) With the exception of the little children, king Benjamin's people had been taught all of the following truths EXCEPT: . A. That they would all be punished for their own transgressions, as well as for Adam's transgressions . B. That they were eternally indebted to their heavenly Father . C. That they should render to Him all that they had . D. That they should render to Him all that they were . E. That the records which contained the prophecies had been spoken by the holy prophets . F. That their fathers and the prophets had spoken that which was commanded of them of the Lord . G. That the prophets were just and true . Answer: A (Mosiah -35)
217. (D-M) King Benjamin told his people that severe consequences awaited all of the following EXCEPT: . A. Those who went contrary to the things that had been taught . B. Those who went contrary to the things which had been spoken . C. Those who transgressed . D. Those who withdrew themselves from the Spirit of the Lord . E. Those who allowed Satan to lead them by the neck with a flaxen cord . Answer: E (Mosiah )
218. (D-M) King Benjamin taught his people that those who withdrew themselves from the Spirit of the Lord could expect all of the following consequences EXCEPT: . A. They would not be guided in wisdom's paths . B. They would be like a wave of the sea, driven with the wind and tossed . C. They would not be blessed . D. They would not be prospered . E. They would not be preserved . Answer: B (Mosiah )
219. (D-D) King Benjamin described the person who deliberately withdraws himself from the Spirit of the Lord in all of the following ways EXCEPT: . A. He comes out in open rebellion against God . B. He lists to obey the evil spirit . C. He becomes an enemy to all righteousness . D. The Lord has no place in him . E. He becomes an unholy temple . F. Misery and sorrow follow him all the days of his life . Answer: F (Mosiah )
220. (D-M) King Benjamin explained to his people that if a man repented not, and lived and died an enemy to God, all of the following would happen EXCEPT: . A. The demands of justice would awaken his soul to a lively sense of his own guilt . B. He would shrink from the presence of the Lord . C. The jaws of hell would gape wide to receive him . D. His breast would be filled with guilt . E. His breast would be filled with pain and anguish . Answer: C (Mosiah )
221. (D-M) King Benjamin told his people that the man who lived and died an enemy to God would be filled with anguish. . He likens that anguish to which of the following: . A. A lake, burning with fire and bubbling with brimstone . B. A volcano, spewing forth molten lava . C. An east wind, bringing with it drought and famine . D. An unquenchable fire, whose flame ascends up forever and ever . E. A plague of locusts, which leaves in its wake hunger and death . Answer: D (Mosiah )
222. (D-M) King Benjamin taught that mercy would have no claim on an unrepentant sinner who dies an enemy to God, . and his final doom would be to endure what? . A. A never-ending torment . B. An endless sorrow . C. An everlasting damnation . D. An infinite shame . E. An indescribable lamentation . Answer: A (Mosiah )
223. (H-M) King Benjamin admonishes his people to awake to a remembrance of the awful situation . of those that fall into transgression. He addresses himself specifically to three groups of people as he gives . this admonition. Who were these groups? . A. Men, women, children . B. Brethren, sisters, children . C. Mothers, daughters, and infants . D. Nephites, Lamanites, Zoramites . E. Old men, young men, little children . Answer: E (Mosiah )
224. (D-M) In one of the most beautiful verses contained in the Book of Mormon, king Benjamin asked his people to consider the situation . of those that keep the commandments of God. He described these people in all of the following ways EXCEPT: . A. They are in a blessed and happy state . B. They are often visited by angels . C. They are blessed both temporally and spiritually . D. If they are faithful to the end, they are received into heaven . E. If they are faithful, they will dwell with God in a state of never-ending happiness . Answer: B (Mosiah )
225. (D-E) King Benjamin ends this portion of his sermon by saying, "O remember, remember that these things are ________, for the Lord God hath . spoken it. . A. Forthright . B. Incontrovertible . C. Unassailable . D. True . E. Supernal . Answer: D (Mosiah )