The Zoramites are prideful and worship God with set prayers. The leaders won’t let the poorer Zoramites worship in their synagogue. Alma and his friends try to preach the Word of God to the Zoramites but they won’t listen and cast them out of the city.
The poorer Zoramites ask Alma and Amulek how they are to worship God if they are cast out of their synagogue. Alma says it was good for them to be cast out because the Zoramites disbelieve in Jesus Christ. Alma teaches them about humility and faith in Jesus Christ.
Alma says they can exercise their faith in Jesus Christ and compares the word of God to a seed that sprouts and begins to grow by the diligence one gives to it. If the word of God is good, it will grow and swell in one’s heart and begin to make one happy. By that one can know the word of God is true.
Amulek asks the people to have enough faith to plant the seed, the word of God, in their hearts. Amulek teaches them that Jesus Christ will come into the world to take upon Him the sins of the world so that they can repent and be saved. Amulek testifies that salvation is in Jesus Christ.
Based on Alma 31–34
The Book of Mormon: Another Testament of Jesus Christ