D&C 6:9 says: “Say nothing but repentance unto this generation.”
This always struck me as a strange phrase. Really, nothing else? Would that make us like this guy:
I think not.
The first point is that saying nothing but repentance means you must start with yourself. This means that what repentance really means is that you must do this:
Concentrating on your own repentance is the most important thing you can do. True repentance comes from relying on the Savior and considering His atonement.
So, what else does it mean to “say nothing but repentance.” Any thoughts?