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King Benjamin’s Manual of Discipleship
|King Benjamin’s Manual of Discipleship
|Year of Publication
|Maxwell, Neal A.
|Atonement; Discipleship; King Benjamin; Natural Man; Service
In Mosiah 2-5, King Benjamin describes how to be a true disciple of Christ. The process begins with casting away the tendencies of the natural man and intently striving to become a follower of Christ through obtaining godly characteristics, giving service to fellowmen, and rendering all that we have to God. “The qualities of a disciple haven’t changed since King Benjamin spoke centuries ago.”
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