A thought from the scriptures

For there are many yet on the earth among all sects, parties, and denominations, who are blinded by the subtle craftiness of men, whereby they lie in wait to deceive, and who are only kept from the truth because they know not where to find it. - D&C 123:12

"To be genuine disciples, we must have harmony between the principles that we profess and the truths we practice," said Elder J. Richard Clarke, then second counselor in the Presiding Bishopric, during the April 1984 general conference."The practice of truth, the acid test of our commitment, is known by many terms - for example, honesty, integrity, uprightness, and probity. I especially like probity. It is taken from the Latin probus, meaning good, and probare - to prove, signifying tried and confirmed integrity. A person who has mastered probity by discipline, until it has become part of his very nature, is like a moral compass which automatically points "true north" under all circumstances. This individual strives for instinctive honesty, acting on impulse toward the right, without having to weigh the merits of advantage or disadvantage."

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