The state of being stopped in one’s progress and denied access to the presence of God and his glory. Damnation exists in varying degrees. All who do not obtain the fulness of celestial exaltation will to some degree be limited in their progress and privileges, and they will be damned to that extent.

    • Woe unto you hypocrites! ye shall receive the greater damnation:Matt. 23:14;
    • He that shall blaspheme against the Holy Ghost is in danger of eternal damnation:Mark 3:29;
    • They that have done evil will come forth unto the resurrection of damnation:John 5:29; ( 3 Ne. 26:5; )
    • He that eateth and drinketh unworthily, eateth and drinketh damnation to himself:1 Cor. 11:29; ( 3 Ne. 18:28–29; )
    • He that will not repent, be baptized, and endure to the end must be damned:2 Ne. 9:24; ( Mark 16:16; Ether 4:18; D&C 68:9; D&C 84:74; )
    • The wicked would be more miserable to dwell with God than with the damned souls in hell:Morm. 9:4;
    • He that doeth not anything until he is commanded, the same is damned:D&C 58:29;
    • He that receives a fulness of the new and everlasting covenant must abide the law, or he shall be damned:D&C 132:6;