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THE BOOK OF ALMA
THE SON OF ALMA
CHAPTER 42
  1 And now, my son, I perceive there is somewhat more which doth worry your mind, which ye cannot understand—which is concerning the ajustice of God in the bpunishment of the sinner; for ye do try to suppose that it is cinjustice that the sinner should be consigned to a state of misery.

Footnotes
1a
Mosiah 15: 27.
  27 Therefore ought ye not to tremble? For salvation cometh to none such; for the Lord hath redeemed none such; yea, neither can the Lord redeem such; for he cannot deny himself; for he cannot deny ajustice when it has its claim.
b
c
Rom. 3: 5.
  5 aBut if our unrighteousness bcommend the righteousness of God, what shall we say? Is God cunrighteous who taketh vengeance? (I speak as a man)
2 Ne. 26: 7.
  7 aO the pain, and the anguish of my soul for the loss of the slain of my people! For I, Nephi, have seen it, and it well nigh consumeth me before the presence of the Lord; but I must cry unto my God: Thy ways are bjust.