Mar 14, 2014
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How to Deal With Those in Error

“If any are in error, try to reclaim them by kindness; if they have a bad spirit, show them a better one; if any do not do right, do right yourselves and say, ‘Come follow me, as I follow Christ.’ Would not that be the right course to pursue? I think it would; that is the way I understand the Gospel. We do not, any of us, have the priesthood for self aggrandizement, or to be used to oppress, or take advantage of anybody, or to use improper language; but with all kindness and long-suffering and forbearance and with love unfeigned.” – John Taylor, JD 20:261

These principles are also found in D&C 121.

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How to deal with those in error? Usually I just slap them around a bit. But I have found the Gospel of Jesus Christ to be a better way.