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A Musical Tour of Helaman




Helaman 3:28-30


The Book of Mormon tells of a time when many people repented and joined the church.  Mormon says that the Word of God will lead the man of Christ in a strait and narrow course across that everlasting gulf of misery and land their souls in the kingdom of heaven.

Jeanne Evans shares “Press Forward, Saints” in American Sign Language.  (LDS Hymns, 81; words by Marvin K. Gardner, b. 1952; music by Vanja Y. Watkins, b. 1938)


Helaman 5


Christian missionaries Nephi and Lehi were imprisoned by the Lamanites.  But the Book of Mormon tells how God was merciful to these Lamanites, and showed them the amazing miracle of surrounding His servants with fire.  

“Surrounded by Fire,” by Marilyn Arnold and Maurine Ozment, recounts this marvelous event.  The song is from their book, Sacred Hymns of the Book of Mormon, 19.




















Helaman 5:9


Book of Mormon prophet Helaman taught his sons, “There is no other way nor means whereby man can be saved, only through the atoning blood of Jesus Christ, who shall come; yea, remember that he cometh to redeem the world.”


Cantiques Karaoke presents “Again We Meet Around the Board”   Sing along with the printed words.  (LDS Hymns 186; words by Eliza R. Snow, 1804-1887; music by George Careless, 1839-1932)


The Third Article of Faith” (Children’s Songbook, 123; words by Joseph Smith, 1805-1844; music by Vanja Y. Watkins, b. 1938)


Helaman 5:12


The Book of Mormon records the teachings of Helaman to his sons:

“And now, my sons, remember, remember that it is upon the rock of our Redeemer, who is Christ, the Son of god, that ye must build your foundation; that when the devil shall send forth his mighty winds, yea, his shafts in the whirlwind, yea, when all his hail and his mighty storm shall beat upon you, it shall have no power over you to drag you down to the gulf of misery and endless wo, because of the rock upon which ye are built, which is a sure foundation, a foundation whereon if men build they cannot fall.”


Tania Finn presents a rich solo of “How Firm a Foundation.”  Accompanying video.  (LDS Hymns 85; words by Robert Keen, ca. 1787; music attributed to J. Ellis, ca. 1889)


The Mormon Tabernacle Choir, in General Conference of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, sings “O Thou Rock of Our Salvation.” (LDS Hymns, 258; words by Joseph L. Townsend, 1849-1942; music by William Clayson, 1840-1887)


The Cedarmong Kids sing “The Wise Man and the Foolish Man”   They’ve illustrated it with a cute video from the sandbox!  (Children’s Songbook, 281; Southern folksong)


Helaman 6:5


         The Book of Mormon records, “many did preach with exceedingly great power and authority, unto the bringing down many of them into the depths of humility, to be the humble followers of God and the Lamb.”

         Natalia Wolfgramm sings “Lord, I Would Follow Thee,” by Susan Evan McCloud.


Helaman 8:23


         The Book of Mormon teaches, “[Christ] is God, and he is with [our fathers], and he did manifest himself unto them, that they were redeemed by him; and they gave unto him glory, because of that which is to come.”

         Organist Garrett F. Martin plays “All Glory, Laud and Honor” on the Rodgers Infinity 361 organ in the Sacred Heart Chapel of Loyola Marymount University, Los Angeles, California.  Text by Theodulf of Orleans in 820, translated by John Mason Neale in 1851.  Music by Melchior Teschner in 1603.  Arrangement by Dan Miller.


Helaman 10:4,5


In the Book of Mormon, the Lord commended the prophet Nephi for his faithfulness in declaring His word with unwearyingness.  He then grants special blessings to this faithful servant.

Video accompanies this Mormon Tabernacle Choir rendition of “Do What Is Right.” (LDS Hymns, 237; anonymous text; music by George Kaillmark, 1781-1835)


Helaman 13:2-4


The Book of Mormon tells of the Lamanite prophet Samuel, who prophesied of the birth and death of the Savior.

A group of missionaries at Christmas zone conference sing “Samuel Tells of the Baby Jesus” (“Christmas in Zarahemla.”  You’ll enjoy all the added verses to this familiar children’s song.  (Children’s Songs, 36; words by Mabel Jones Gabbott, 1910-2004; music by Greitje Terburg Rowley, 1927-2015)


Helaman 14


Book of Mormon prophet Samuel the Lamanite told not only of Jesus Christ’s birth and death in the land of Jerusalem, but of the signs in America that would accompany these momentous events.

Marilyn Arnold and Maurine Ozment, in “Then He Comes, Then He Comes,” from their book Sacred Hymns of the Book of Mormon, 20, memorialize Samuel’s words.



Helaman 14:14-19


Samuel the Lamanite taught the Book of Mormon people that “He surely must die that salvation may come; yea, it behooveth him and becometh expedient that he dieth, to bring to pass the resurrection of the dead, that thereby men may be brought into the presence of the Lord.”

This is an illustrated instrumental musical rendition of “Upon the Cross of Calvary.” (LDS Hymns, 184; words by Vilate Raile, 1890-1954; music by Leroy J. Robertson, 1896-1971)


Helaman 14:30,31


In the Book of Mormon, Samuel the Lamanite prophet warned the people that they alone were responsible for how they responded to his message of the Savior:

“And now, remember, remember, my brethren, that whosoever perisheth, perishet unto himself; and whosoever doeth iniquity, doeth it unto himself; for behold, ye are free; ye are permitted to act for yourselves; for behold, God hath given unto you a knowledge and he hath made you free.”

A priesthood choir from the Logan and Ogden institutes of religion sings “Know This, That Every Soul Is Free” at General Conference of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.  (LDS Hymns, 240; anonymous words; music by Roger L. Miller, b. 1937)


Helaman 15:13


Samuel the Book of Mormon Lamanite prophet was familiar with the history and prophesies concerning his people.  He knew that they would degenerate back into unbelief, but after that “They shall again be brought to the true knowledge, which is the knowledge of their Redeemer, and their great and true shepherd, and be numbered among his sheep.”


Bass singer Chris Douglas Clark sings all the parts of “The Lord Is My Shepherd.” (LDS Hymns, 108; words by James Montgomery, 1771-1854; music by Thomas Koschat, 1845-1914)


The Mormon Tabernacle Choir and Orchestra at Temple Square present “The Lord Is My Shepherd” (LDS Hymns, 108), with lovely video.


Marilyn Arnold & Maurine Ozment • Cantiques Karaoke • Cedarmont Kids

Chris Douglas Clark • Jeanne Evans • Tania Finn

Garrett F. Martin • Missionaries • Mormon Tabernacle Choir

Priesthood Choir from Logan & Ogden Institutes of Religion

Natalia Wolfgramm

3 Nephi Alma