See also Repent, Repentance
The condition of having done wrong, or the feelings of regret and sorrow that should accompany sin.
He hath sinned and is guilty, Lev. 6:1–6.
Whosoever shall partake of the sacrament unworthily is guilty of the body and blood of Jesus, 1 Cor. 11:27.
The guilty take the truth to be hard, 1 Ne. 16:2.
We shall have a perfect knowledge of all our guilt, 2 Ne. 9:14.
My guilt was swept away, Enos 1:6.
There was a punishment affixed, which brought remorse of conscience, Alma 42:18.
Let your sins trouble you, with that trouble which shall bring you down unto repentance, Alma 42:29.
Some of you are guilty before me, but I will be merciful, D&C 38:14.
The Son of God has atoned for original guilt, Moses 6:54.