The Armor of Righteousness09262_000_014
The Book of Mormon tells us we should “put on the armor of righteousness” (2 Nephi 1:23). One way we can do this is by following the examples of prophets, missionaries, and Church leaders.
The boy in this picture has something that belongs to each of the prophets from the scriptures listed below. In the circle next to each item, write the letter of the prophet who has the same thing.
Illustration by Jared Beckstrand
Captain Moroni made this to encourage people to be brave in standing up for their beliefs (see Alma 46:12–13).
With the power of God, Ammon used this to defeat the Lamanite robbers and save the lives of the king’s servants (see Alma 17:37).
Even though he was hungry, Nephi didn’t complain when this broke. He made a new one and was able to hunt for his family (see 1 Nephi 16:18, 23).
Joseph’s father Jacob gave him this. Joseph’s brothers were jealous. They stole Joseph’s gift and sold him as a slave. Joseph became a leader of the people and forgave his brothers (see Genesis 37:3).
Moses had power from God. He used this to perform miracles (see Numbers 20:9, 11).