Paul spoke of a society that contained too many people who were "fierce" 
and "without natural affection." (2 Timothy 3:3; Romans 1:31.)

The absence of true affection brings unnatural affection. "For this 
cause God gave them up unto vile affections: for even their women did 
change the natural use into that which is against nature." (Romans 

Moroni saw a people who had lost their love one toward another and who 
were "brutal" and "past feeling." (Moroni 9:19-20.)

The Lord, speaking centuries earlier to Enoch, described how He had 
given to mortals their agency along with the commandments "that they 
should love one another." Yet, said the Lord of people in Enoch's time, 
"they are without affection, and they hate their own blood." (Moses 

Paul witnessed a trend that produced "trucebreakers.

"Moroni saw a people reach a point when they were "without order."

Paul saw people becoming "unmerciful."

Moroni saw people who were "without mercy."

Paul saw the rise of "false accusers" and "covenant breakers."

Moroni viewed contemporaries among whom things were so broken down that 
they were "without civilization."

These are chilling comparisons, made even more sobering for, when laid 
alongside emboldened evil in our time, one sees such striking 

(Neal A. Maxwell, _All These Things Shall Give Thee Experience_)

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