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  23 For we labor diligently to write, to apersuade our children, and also our brethren, to believe in Christ, and to be reconciled to God; for we know that it is by bgrace that we are saved, after all we can cdo.

Ps. 130: 4 (3-4)
  4 But there is aforgiveness with thee, that thou mayest be bfeared.
Rom. 3: 20 (20-24)
  20 Therefore by the adeeds of the blaw there shall no flesh be cjustified in his sight: for dby the law is the knowledge of sin.
Rom. 7: 5.
  5 aFor when we were in the flesh, the bmotions of sins, which were by the law, did work in our members to bring forth fruit unto cdeath.
2 Ne. 2: 5 (4-10)
  5 And men are instructed sufficiently that they aknow good from evil. And the blaw is given unto men. And by the law no flesh is cjustified; or, by the law men are dcut off. Yea, by the temporal law they were cut off; and also, by the spiritual law they perish from that which is good, and become miserable forever.
Mosiah 13: 32.
  32 And now, did they aunderstand the law? I say unto you, Nay, they did not all understand the law; and this because of the hardness of their hearts; for they understood not that there could not any man be saved bexcept it were through the redemption of God.
Alma 42: 14 (12-16)
  14 And thus we see that all mankind were afallen, and they were in the grasp of bjustice; yea, the justice of God, which consigned them forever to be cut off from his presence.
D&C 20: 30.
  30 And we know that ajustification through the bgrace of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ is just and true;
D&C 138: 4.
  4 That through his aatonement, and by bobedience to the principles of the gospel, mankind might be saved.
James 2: 24 (14-26)
  24 Ye see then how that by aworks a man is bjustified, and not by faith only.