eldest son of Alma2, not taken to preach to Zoramites2, Alma 31:7.
commandments of Alma2 to Helaman, Alma 36–37.
is entrusted with plates, to keep record, Alma 37:1–2 (45:2–3; 50:38).
is given 24 plates of Jaredites, Alma 37:21.
is commanded to preserve Urim and Thummim, Alma 37:21, 23–24.
Helaman’s account of the Nephites, Alma 45–62.
is blessed because of belief, Alma 45:2–8.
to write prophecy of Nephite destruction, Alma 45:9–14.
is blessed by father, Alma 45:15.
preaches, Alma 45:20 (48:19; 62:44).
reestablishes Church, Alma 45:22.
appoints priests, Alma 45:23.
is opposed by unrepentant, Alma 46:1.
a high priest over Church, Alma 46:6.
maintains order in Church, Alma 46:38.
people have peace and prosperity because they heed Helaman, Alma 49:30.
persuades Ammonites not to break oath, Alma 53:14.
young Ammonites ask Helaman to be their leader, Alma 53:19, 22.
writes letter to Moroni1, Alma 56–58.
assists Antipus, Alma 56:9.
armies of Helaman and Antipus defeat Lamanites by means of decoy, Alma 56:30–54.
receives letter from Ammoron and sends reply, Alma 57:1–3.
surrounds city Cumeni, intercepts Lamanites’ provisions, obtains city, Alma 57:7–12.
Helaman and 2,000 stripling Ammonites battle Lamanites, are preserved by faith, Alma 57:17–27.
takes possession of Manti by decoying Lamanites from city, Alma 58:13–29.
complains of rulers’ indifference, Alma 58:34–37.
Helaman and his men have suffered much, Alma 60:3.
receives 6,000 additional soldiers, Alma 62:12.
returns to Zarahemla, Alma 62:42.
causes many to repent, Alma 62:45.
dies, Alma 62:52.