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Come Follow Me Study Guide – Jesus Christ Will Come to Redeem His People

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June 17-23

Theme: Jesus Christ Will Come to Redeem His People

Scripture Focus: Alma 8-12

Welcome to the weekly “Come, Follow Me” study guide. This guide is designed to assist you in your personal scripture study and reflection, helping you delve deeper into the teachings of Jesus Christ and apply them in your daily life. You’ll find scriptures to focus on and simple daily prompts to guide your study each week. By consistently following this guide, you can enhance your understanding of the gospel, strengthen your relationship with God, and experience personal growth and spiritual development. As we study “Come, Follow Me” at home, we invite the Spirit into our lives, receive personal revelation, and build a foundation of faith that sustains us through life’s challenges.


Welcome to this week’s “Come, Follow Me” study guide, where we embark on a transformative journey through the pages of the Book of Mormon, focusing on Alma chapters 8-12. These chapters provide a profound insight into the ministry of Alma the Younger, as he fervently teaches the people of Ammonihah about repentance and the imminent coming of Jesus Christ to redeem His people.

The theme guiding our exploration this week is “Jesus Christ Will Come to Redeem His People,” a theme that resonates deeply with the core principles of the gospel. As we immerse ourselves in the narratives and teachings presented in these chapters, we are invited to reflect on the significance of Christ’s redemptive mission and its implications for our lives today.

Alma’s experiences in Ammonihah serve as a poignant reminder of the Savior’s boundless love and mercy, even in the face of rejection and opposition. Through Alma’s unwavering faith and bold testimony, we witness the power of repentance and the transformative effect it can have on individuals and communities alike.

As we study Alma’s interactions with the people of Ammonihah, we are prompted to examine our own relationship with the Savior and assess our commitment to following His teachings. The message of redemption proclaimed by Alma is not confined to ancient times but speaks directly to our hearts and souls today, reminding us of the universal nature of Christ’s atonement and its ability to heal and uplift all who come unto Him.

Join us as we delve into the rich teachings and insights within these sacred scriptures, seeking to deepen our understanding of the Savior’s role as Redeemer and His sacrifice’s profound impact on our lives. Through diligent study and earnest prayer, may we come to know Him more fully and strive to emulate His love and compassion in all that we do.

Day 1: Discover

  • Read the assigned scriptures for the week.
    • Alma 8-12
  • Reflect on key phrases or messages.
  • Consider historical context and background information. 
    • Reading the chapter headings can help gain background context. 

Day 2: Study

Day 3: Apply

  • Reflect on how these chapters apply to your life.
  • Consider a time in your life when you had to rely on God’s timing. 
  • Think of several ways you could increase your faith in God’s timing. Here are a few ideas:
    • Pray daily for patience
    • Study the scriptures and look for times when people in the scriptures had to trust in the Lord’s timing. 
    • Reflect on past experiences when God’s plan led to great blessings in your life. 
    • Surround yourself with a community of people who lift you and offer encouragement during trials. 

Day 4: Share

  • Discuss the scriptures and insights gained with a friend, family member, or study group.
  • Exchange thoughts and perspectives.
  • Share something you learned from your Come, Follow Me study this week with a friend, family member, or on social media. 

Day 5: Ponder

  • Find a peaceful environment and dedicate specific time to reflecting on what you have learned. Consider visiting the temple or a place of worship that resonates with you, as it can provide a serene setting conducive to contemplation.
  • Pray for guidance and understanding.
  • Consider how the principles taught can deepen your relationship with God.


As we conclude our study of Alma 8-12, we are reminded of the profound promise that Jesus Christ will come to redeem His people. These chapters emphasize the importance of faith, repentance, and enduring to the end, highlighting the certainty of Christ’s redemptive power. As we ponder Alma’s teachings and look forward with hope, let us strengthen our resolve to follow the Savior, trust in His timing, and embrace His infinite love and mercy. By doing so, we prepare ourselves to receive the blessings of His glorious return and the fulfillment of His divine promise to redeem us.

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Hannah Hall
Hannah Hall
Hannah Hall is a student at Utah State University, studying Human Experience Design and Interaction. She loves music, reading, hiking, gardening, baking, and spending time with her family.

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