God Will Not Be Mocked. His Laws Are Immutable.

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

In this day of the “new morality” as sex permissiveness is sometimes called, we should be made aware of the Lord’s concern about immorality and the seriousness of sex sins of all kinds.

We have come far in material progress in this century, but the sins of the ancients increasingly afflict the hearts of men today. Can we not learn by the experiences of others? Must we also defile our bodies, corrupt our souls, and reap destruction as have peoples and nations before us?

God will not be mocked. His laws are immutable. True repentance is rewarded by forgiveness, but sin brings the sting of death.


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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