On Tue, 19 Aug 2003 02:04:57 +0000 Jim Cobabe <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
writes:
> 
> An intriguing question --  if we enter the temple unworthily, how is
our 
> presence there different from interlopers who intrude there?
> 
> ---
> Jim Cobabe

It is an intriguing question, and one which came up in a temple prep
class we attended.  According to that class, and a later answer from a
temple president, there is no difference.  The amount of sin we carry on
us is of concern only to us (i.e. - our judgement, the level of
difficulty in repenting, etc.); to Heavenly Father, ANY amount of sin is
more than tolerable.  Which led into the whole discussion of how we need
an intercessor & redeemer, and how the atonement is perhaps bigger than
we can imagine, and how repentance is really the least we can do.

At least that's how my opinions sway this day.  As John is fond of
saying, further revealed facts may improve my opinions.

*jeep! 
   --Chet 
"Start by doing what's necessary, then what's possible, and suddenly you
are doing the impossible."

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