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O God, give us the serenity to accept what cannot be changed, the courage to change what can be changed, and the wisdom to know the one from the other.” -- Reinhold Niebuhr, 1932.

Therefore fear not, little flock, do good, let earth and hell combine against you, for if ye are built upon my Rock, they cannot prevail.” -- RD&C 6:16a. (Note: this is equivalent to LD&C 6:34.)

Take therefore no thought for the morrow: for the morrow shall take thought for the things of itself. Sufficient unto the day is the evil thereof.” -- Matthew 6:34.

Ignorance, superstition and bigotry placing itself where it ought not is often-times in the way of the prosperity of this church. Like the torrent of rain from the mountains, that floods the most pure and crystal stream with mire and dirt and filthiness, and obscures everything that was clear before, and all hurls along in one general deluge, but time weathers​ tide and, notwithstanding we are rolled in for the time being by the mire of the flood, the next surge peradventure as time rolls on may bring us to the fountain as clear as crystal and as pure as snow, while all the filthiness, flood wood and rubbish is left and purged out by the way. How long can rolling waters remain impure?” -- Joseph Smith, 1839. (Note: this is from one of a series of two consecutive epistles which were subsequently quote-mined into LD&C 121–123, the other being this one. A spelling-standardised, punctuated and paragraphed version of both is currently available here.)

 ※ Note: the fact that the LD&C‑canonised excerpt exludes everything before „How long can rolling” in the above quotation, but keeps the preceding and following parts about God leading his church, is in my opinion quite a damning act of scriptural vandalism, keeping the Prophet’s words only when they support the party line of unquestioning submission to ecclesiastical leaders. The next canonised section is the unrighteous dominion passage from the second epistle, which gets arbitrarily cut in two by the 121/122 section break (making the only place in the entire LD&C—or any D&C to my knowledge, where the first verse of one section immediately follows from the last verse of the previous one). The unrighteous dominion passage survived otherwise-intact, though it’s worth noting that it only really explicitly holds the priesthood leadership hierarchy accountable to God and itself.

He who fights with monsters should look to it that he himself does not become a monster. And if you gaze long into an abyss, the abyss also gazes into you.” -- Friedrich Nietzsche, 1886.

There are subtle, yet powerful, influences in the world, some even claiming to represent Christ, that seek to divide people and nations to accomplish their destructive aims. That which seeks to harden one human heart against another by constructing walls of fear and prejudice is not of God. Be especially alert to these influences, lest they divide you or divert you from the mission to which you are called. ⸿ God, the Eternal Creator, weeps for the poor, displaced, mistreated, and diseased of the world because of their unnecessary suffering. Such conditions are not God’s will. Open your ears to hear the pleading of mothers and fathers in all nations who desperately seek a future of hope for their children. Do not turn away from them. For in their welfare resides your welfare.” -- RD&C 163:3b–4a