Doctrine and Covenants 18:10–16 β€” πšƒπš‘πšŽ π™»πš˜πš›πš πš›πšŽπš“πš˜πš’πšŒπšŽπšœ πš πš‘πšŽπš— 𝚠𝚎 πšπš›πšžπš•πš’ πšŒπš‘πšŠπš—πšπšŽ πšπš˜πš› πšπš‘πšŽ πš‹πšŽπšπšπšŽπš›

Doctrine and Covenants 18:10–16 β€” πšƒπš‘πšŽ π™»πš˜πš›πš πš›πšŽπš“πš˜πš’πšŒπšŽπšœ πš πš‘πšŽπš— 𝚠𝚎 πšπš›πšžπš•πš’ πšŒπš‘πšŠπš—πšπšŽ πšπš˜πš› πšπš‘πšŽ πš‹πšŽπšπšπšŽπš›

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Doctrine and Covenants 18:10–16
πšƒπš‘πšŽ π™»πš˜πš›πš πš›πšŽπš“πš˜πš’πšŒπšŽπšœ πš πš‘πšŽπš— 𝚠𝚎 πš›πšŽπš™πšŽπš—πš (πšπšžπš›πš— πšπš˜πš πšŠπš›πš π™·πš’πš– πšŠπš—πš πšπš›πšžπš•πš’ πšŒπš‘πšŠπš—πšπšŽ πšπš˜πš› πšπš‘πšŽ πš‹πšŽπšπšπšŽπš›).

Although we often associate repentance with guilt, remorse, and sometimes shame, when we see repentance for what it truly is, we discover it’s about joy.


Notice how often the words repent and repentance are used throughout Doctrine and Covenants 18 and 19, and ponder what you learn from these words each time they are used. Consider especially Doctrine and Covenants 18:10–16; how do these verses affect how you feel about repentanceβ€”your own repentance and the duty to invite others to repent?

β€œRepentance is not the backup plan; it is the plan,” said Elder Andersen. β€œSince our premortal experience, the Lord has known that we would need to repent.”

 

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See also Alma 36:18–21; Dale G. Renlund, β€œRepentance: A Joyful Choice,” Ensign or Liahona, Nov. 2016, 121–24.

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