Benjamin, son of Mosiah1, begins reign, Omni 1:23.
drives out Lamanites, Omni 1:24 (W of M 1:13–14).
given plates by Amaleki1, Omni 1:25 (W of M 1:10).
hands down plates, W of M 1:11.
uses sword of Laban against Lamanites, W of M 1:13.
holy man, establishes peace, W of M 1:16–18 (Mosiah 1:1).
sons of Benjamin named, Mosiah 1:2.
teaches concerning records, Mosiah 1:3.
confers kingdom on Mosiah2, Mosiah 1:10, 15 (2:30; 6:3).
gives Mosiah2 records and artifacts, Mosiah 1:16.
addresses people from tower, Mosiah 2:9–4:30.
serves, labors with hands, Mosiah 2:12–14.
urges service to fellow beings, Mosiah 2:17.
teaches of Jesus’ suffering, Mosiah 3:7.
teaches about Atonement, Mosiah 3:15–19.
teaches about judgment, Mosiah 3:18–27.
teaches people to help beggars, for all are beggars, Mosiah 4:16–19.
Benjamin’s people covenant with the Lord, Mosiah 5:5.
takes names of those who enter covenant, Mosiah 6:1.
consecrates Mosiah2, appoints priests, Mosiah 6:3.
dies, Mosiah 6:5.
Benjamin’s word rehearsed by Ammon1, Mosiah 8:2–3.
rising generation do not understand Benjamin’s words, Mosiah 26:1.
if people could have kings like Benjamin, it would be well, Mosiah 29:13.
Helaman3 asks sons to remember words of Benjamin, Hel. 5:9.