No People Can Be Strong And Happy Who Condone Loose Morals.

Called Unto Liberty, 20th Century Sermons, Spencer W. Kimball

Important as it is, building stronger homes is not enough in the fight against rising permissiveness. We therefore urge Church members as citizens to lift their voices, to join others in unceasingly combatting, in their communities and beyond, the inroads of pornography and the general flaunting of permissiveness. Let us vigorously oppose the shocking developments which encourage the old sins of Sodom and Gomorrah, and which defile the human body as the temple of God.

To our beloved brethren and sisters everywhere, as well as to all peoples of the world who love the Lord and desire to live in harmony with the teachings of the gospel of Jesus Christ, we say no people can remain strong and happy who condone these loose standards of morality.

Source: Spencer W. Kimball, “The Foundations of Righteousness,” General Conference, October 1977. Spencer W. Kimball served as the twelfth President of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.

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