Episode 37: Alma 15-17

September 14, 2014


Click to Listen: Episode 37: Alma 15-17

Alma and Amulek say goodbye to the city they just turned upside down. And after a little alone time they bump into the Mosiah boys, and we get to hear what they have been up to this whole time!

β€œDrink” Count – 30

Exactly 5 Beers


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13 Comments on “Episode 37: Alma 15-17”

  1. Heretic Woman Says:

    David, just to let you know, the episode cuts off at the end before the closing music. Right in the middle of you thanking me of course! πŸ˜›


  2. Duke of Earl Grey Says:

    We’ve earned ourselves another Arnold Friberg classic Book of Mormon painting, “Ammon Defends the Flocks of King Lamoni”:

    And how about also a picture of a children’s coloring book, using a screen shot of the animated cartoon, which is totally not ripping off the iconic Friberg painting:


  3. Roger Says:

    So thus enters my favorite childhood story. I even tried converting my gradeschool friends with the story of Ammon protecting the sheep, because it was so impressive what god could make people do…

    For the record, the phrase, “long suffering” actually means, “to be patient”. For example, “God bless my long suffering mother for raising 8 children.” Alternatively, “Alma was long suffering as he watched the women and children die before his eyes.”


  4. Bryan Says:

    I wonder if there are any DVD rips of the living scriptures animated movies. The Ammon one is wild, and I feel like David really needs to see it to understand just how ridiculous this culture is.

    Lamoni’s line when Ammon comes in with the arms… “Yes, those are arms, alright.”


  5. Bishop Lucy Says:

    Sons of Mosiah are Ammon, Aaron, Omner and Himni

    Re: Ammon rejoicing when he saw the people in distress. I went to a church meeting in the days after Hurricane Sandy to plan relief. One things the Mormons do really well is disaster relief. The person leading the meeting read this verse about Ammon and told all of us to rejoice in Hurricane Sandy because it was a great opportunity to teach people about the church.


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