brothers think Nephi1 wants to make himself king, 1 Ne. 16:38.
kings of Gentiles shall be Israel’s nursing fathers, 1 Ne. 21:23 (2 Ne. 6:7; 10:9; Isa. 49:23).
people want Nephi1 to be king, but he desires they have no king, 2 Ne. 5:18.
Nephites look unto Nephi1 as king or protector, 2 Ne. 6:2.
land shall be land of liberty unto Gentiles, with no kings, 2 Ne. 10:11.
the Lord is king of heaven, 2 Ne. 10:14.
those who reign in stead of Nephi1 are called second Nephi, third Nephi, according to reigns of kings, Jacob 1:11.
Mosiah1 made king over Zarahemla, Omni 1:12.
if earthly king merits any thanks, how you ought to thank heavenly King, Mosiah 2:19.
Benjamin, whom ye call your king, is no better than ye yourselves are, Mosiah 2:26.
Benjamin declares Mosiah2 is king over Nephites, Mosiah 2:30.
Zeniff made king by voice of people, Mosiah 7:9.
Nephites ask Alma1 to be king, but he advises against kings, Mosiah 23:6–7 (29:16).
if possible always to have just men as kings, it would be well to have king, Mosiah 23:8 (29:13, 16).
sons of Mosiah2 not willing to become king, Mosiah 29:1–3.
ye cannot dethrone iniquitous king, save through contention, Mosiah 29:21.
unrighteous king perverts ways of righteousness, Mosiah 29:22–23.
sins of many people have been caused by iniquities of kings, Mosiah 29:31.
Mosiah2 unfolds disadvantages of having unrighteous king, Mosiah 29:35–36.
the King of heaven shall soon shine forth among all men, Alma 5:50.
Melchizedek was king over land of Salem, Alma 13:17–18.
Amalickiah desires to be king, Alma 46:4.
judges and lawyers covenant to destroy governor and establish kings, 3 Ne. 6:30.
secret combination calls Jacob4 king, 3 Ne. 7:9–10.
kings shall shut their mouths at the Lord’s servant, 3 Ne. 20:45 (21:8; Isa. 52:15).
Jaredites desire son of Jared2 or his brother be anointed king, Ether 6:22–28.