Sister Peggy S. Worthen shares the dangers of being too quick to judge and how the Spirit can help us overcome this habit.
Elder Ballard offers timely and loving answers to tough questions about topics such as perfectionism, education, pornography, and the needs of LGBTQ saints.
C. Shane Reese invites us all to be more fair in our measurements of ourselves and a little more patient in our measurements of others.
Names have significance and by taking Christ’s name upon us, we seek to become like Him. Name-calling and labeling should be avoided.
There are some types of judgement we must never pass, and some we must pass. Dallin H. Oaks offers principles for making righteous judgements.
Jesus taught about loss, sin, and restoration through parables. People who judge or condemn others for their sins have their own sins recalled to them.
We are sometimes so caught up in unimportant things that we omit the weightier matters of the gospel: righteous judgment, mercy, and faith.
Through repentance, we can escape the bondage of sin and be borne on eagles' wings to eternal freedom and gain mercy from the Lord.
The calamities signaling the second coming and the judgments of the Lord are here for us to study in the scriptures. We need not fear if we are prepared.
A grateful as we are for the gospel, let us never fall into the trap of bigotry and prejudice that would tempt us to think we are better than others.
This earth life is part of a much grander eternal scheme. Our purpose is to pass the test of mortality and gain a place in our Heavenly Father's presence.
As ye sow, so also shall ye reap. Make choices that will build your spirit, not ones that will give you regret in the day of judgment.
This life is a test, and a rigorous one; don't expect it to be easy. However, remember that you write the book out of which you will be judged. Write well.