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Mormon And Moroni / General Moroni And His Captains: Liberty
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1Mormon And Moroni3:29
2General Moroni And His Captains: Liberty5:00



General Moroni And His Captains: Liberty by Crawford Gates performed by 80 members of the Utah Symphony Orchestra. According to the Book of Mormon, Captain Moroni was an important Nephite military commander and patriot who lived during the first century BC. He is first mentioned in the Book of Alma as the chief captain over the Nephites. Captain Moroni is presented as a righteous and skilled military commander. Among his accomplishments were his extensive preparations for battle and his fierce defense of the right of the Nephites to govern themselves and worship as they saw fit. Crawford Gates - Mormon And Moroni, General Moroni And His Captains: Liberty. Al Gorgoni - Have A Barrel Of Fun. Sylvia Mobley - Standing Deer & Little Star 2:08. 7up Promo - Nashville Uncola Song, Pantomime 1:31. Crawford Gates General Moroni And His Captains: Liberty 4:49. Kentucky Fried Chicken - Have A Barrel Of Fun Contemporary Rock 1:15. Harry Breuer - Moog Foo Yong 2:16. Moroni tore his coat to make a flag. On it he wrote a message to remind the people to defend their religion, freedom, and peace. Alma 46:12. Moroni put the flag on a pole and called it the title of liberty. Then dressed in his armor, he knelt to pray. Alma 46:13. He asked God to protect those who believed in Jesus Christ and prayed for freedom in the land, calling it a land of liberty. Alma 46:1618. Moroni went among the people. Waving the title of liberty, he called them to come and help protect their freedom. Alma 46:1920. People came from all over the land. They promised to obey Gods com. Captain Moroni and The Title of Liberty. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей. A grandfather uses Captain Moroni as an example of a true hero for his grandson. Moroni's faith and loyalty to the Savior provide an example all Saints should follow. Captain Moroni added a new photo to the album Captain Moroni. 10 November 2014 . Captain Moroni added a new photo to the album Captain Moroni Comics. Zerahemnah, the leader of the Lamanites, wanted his people to continue hating the Nephites and to make them their slaves. Captain Moroni. 23 October 2014 . Courage, faith and loyalty are represented by this handsome Captain Moroni pin. A nice gift for priesthood holders. A subtle and beautiful reminder of LDS values. 58 Tin with lead free soft enamel Moroni represented the golden days of the Nephite civilization, a time when the people still repented of their sins and qualified for the blessings of God and the strength that comes. his chief captains took an oath that they would destroy the people of the city of Noah Amalickiah himself did curse God, and also Moroni, swearing with an oath that he would drink his blood Alma 48:13, 17 49:27. Many more points of contrast could be observed between these two figures. Mormon did his best to emulate Chief-Captain Moroni and even named his own son after that great man. Mormon and Moroni is the twelfth animated Story from the Book of Mormon. The film starts with a 10-year-old Mormon chasing a goat along a river bank. Soon, a prophet named Ammaron appears and tells Mormon that he has come to see him. Ammaron tells Mormon of the location of the Plates of brass, the large and small plates of Nephi, the sword of Laban, the Liahona and the Urim and Thummim. He also tells Mormon that when he's 24 years of age, to go to the Hill Shim and keep a record of the final days of. Captain Moroni from The Book of Mormon Moroni from The Book of Mormon 11 And now it came to pass that when Moroni, who was the chief commander of the armies of the Nephites, had heard of these dissensions, he was angry with Amalickiah. 13 And he fastened on his head-plate, and his breastplate, and his shields, and girded on his armor about his loins and he took the pole, which had on the end thereof his rent coat, and he called it the title of liberty and he bowed himself to the earth, and he prayed mightily unto his God for the blessings of liberty. to rest upon his brethren, so long as there should a band of Christians remain to possess the land- Book of Mormon Alma 46:1113