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David A. Bednar, Saturday Afternoon April 2015

April 6, 2015

If our desires have been for righteousness and our works good, then the judgement bar will be pleasing and at the last day we will be rewarded unto righteousness. Conversely, if our desires have been for evil and our works wicked, then the judgement bar will be a cause of dread. “We shall not dare to look up to our God; and we would fain be glad if we could command the rocks and the mountains to fall upon us to hide us from his presence” and at the last day we will have our reward of evil.

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