Emphasis Scriptures

The word 'debts' occurs 9 times in the standard works.

2 of those occurances are found in the list of scriptures highlighted below. These verses have the highest concentration of the word 'debts' in the standard works and contain 22.2% of all occurances. Assuming 30 seconds per verse, it would take about 1 minutes to read the entire list.

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D&C 104:78 (2 in 1 verse)

Exact Word Count

OT 1 0 1
NT 1 0 1
BM 1 0 1
DC 6 0 6
PGP 0 0 0
TOTAL 9 0 9

Prov. 22:26
Be not thou one of them that strike hands, or of them that are sureties for debts.

Matt. 6:12
And forgive us our debts, as we forgive our debtors.

3 Ne. 13:11
And forgive us our debts, as we forgive our debtors.

D&C 104:78
And again, verily I say unto you, concerning your debts-- behold it is my will that you shall pay all your debts.

D&C 111:5
Concern not yourselves about your debts, for I will give you power to pay them.

D&C 117:5
Let the properties of Kirtland be turned out for debts, saith the Lord. Let them go, saith the Lord, and whatsoever remaineth, let it remain in your hands, saith the Lord.

D&C 119:2
For the building of mine house, and for the laying of the foundation of Zion and for the priesthood, and for the debts of the Presidency of my Church.

D&C 127:1
Forasmuch as the Lord has revealed unto me that my enemies, both in Missouri and this State, were again in the pursuit of me; and inasmuch as they pursue me without a cause, and have not the least shadow or coloring of justice or right on their side in the getting up of their prosecutions against me; and inasmuch as their pretensions are all founded in falsehood of the blackest dye, I have thought it expedient and wisdom in me to leave the place for a short season, for my own safety and the safety of this people. I would say to all those with whom I have business, that I have left my affairs with agents and clerks who will transact all business in a prompt and proper manner, and will see that all my debts are canceled in due time, by turning out property, or otherwise, as the case may require, or as the circumstances may admit of. When I learn that the storm is fully blown over, then I will return to you again.