Overview of Journeys in Mosiah 7–24
After Zeniff died, his son Noah reigned in wickedness. Abinadi warned the people to repent. Alma obeyed Abinadi’s message and taught it to others near the Waters of Mormon. (See Mosiah 11–18.)
The Lamanites attacked Noah’s people in the land of Nephi. Noah’s son Limhi reigned while the people lived in bondage to the Lamanites. (See Mosiah 19–20.)
Limhi’s people escape from bondage and are led by Ammon back to Zarahemla (see Mosiah 22:10–13).
The Lamanites sent an army after Limhi and his people. After becoming lost in the wilderness, the army discovered Alma and his people in the land of Helam. The Lamanites brought them into bondage. (See Mosiah 22–24.)
Alma’s people escape from bondage and journey to Zarahemla (see Mosiah 24:20–25).
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