You all will likely recall that one of the questions asked during a temple
recommend interview is whether there is anything in your past that hasn't been
Paul Osborne wrote:
> >Suppose I suspect this individual failed to disclose this information
> >before baptism? If he is now living a good life, does any of this
> >information need to come out?
> Yes, if the original information was something that should have been
> referred to the Mission President via the Zone Leaders who interviewed
> the candidate for baptism in order to make the repentance process
> complete and applicable.
> Living a good life is not enough. Full confession and repentance is
> required. Sooner or later he must pay the piper if he expects to be
> forgiven regardless of baptism.
> Paul O
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