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Justice

The unfailing consequence of blessings for righteous thoughts and acts, and punishment for unrepented sin. Justice is an eternal law that requires a penalty each time a law of God is broken (Alma 42:13–24). The sinner must pay the penalty if he does not repent (Mosiah 2:38–39; D&C 19:17). If he does repent, the Savior pays the penalty through the Atonement, invoking mercy (Alma 34:16).

  • The soul that sinneth shall die:Ezek. 18:4;
  • What doth the Lord require of thee, but to do justly?:Micah 6:8;
  • Jesus will be just and forgive our sins:1 John 1:9;
  • The justice of God did divide the wicked from the righteous:1 Ne. 15:30;
  • The Atonement satisfies the demands of his justice:2 Ne. 9:26;
  • All mankind is fallen and is in the grasp of justice:Alma 42:14;
  • The Atonement appeases the demands of justice:Alma 42:15;
  • Do ye suppose that mercy can rob justice?:Alma 42:25;
  • The justice of God hangs over you except you repent:Alma 54:6;
  • Justice and judgment are the penalty that is affixed to my law:D&C 82:4;
  • Justice continues in its course and claims its own:D&C 88:40;
  • None shall be exempted from the justice and the laws of God:D&C 107:84;