Judge, Judgment See also Condemn, Condemnation; Jesus Christ—Judge; Judgment, the Last To evaluate behavior in relation to the principles of the gospel; to decide; to discern good from evil. Moses sat to judge the people, Ex. 18:13. In righteousness shalt thou judge thy neighbor, Lev. 19:15. Judge not, that ye be not judged, Matt. 7:1 (JST, Matt. 7:1–2; Luke 6:37; 3 Ne. 14:1). As many as have sinned in the law shall be judged by the law, Rom. 2:12. The Saints shall judge the world, 1 Cor. 6:2–3. The Son of the everlasting God was judged of the world, 1 Ne. 11:32. The Twelve Apostles of the Lamb shall judge the twelve tribes of Israel, 1 Ne. 12:9 (D&C 29:12). Death, hell, the devil, and all that have been seized therewith must be judged, 2 Ne. 28:23 (1 Ne. 15:33). If ye judge the man who putteth up his petition to you for substance, how much more just will be your condemnation for withholding your substance, Mosiah 4:22. Men shall be judged according to their works, Alma 41:3. Judge righteously, and you shall have justice restored unto you again, Alma 41:14. Out of the books which shall be written shall the world be judged, 3 Ne. 27:23–26 (Rev. 20:12). The remnant of this people shall be judged by the twelve whom Jesus chose in this land, Morm. 3:18–20. Mormon explained the way to judge good from evil, Moro. 7:14–18. Put your trust in that Spirit which leadeth to judge righteously, D&C 11:12. Ye ought to say in your hearts—let God judge between me and thee, D&C 64:11. The Lord’s Church will judge the nations, D&C 64:37–38. The Son visited the spirits in prison that they might be judged according to men in the flesh, D&C 76:73 (1 Pet. 4:6). A bishop shall be a common judge, D&C 107:72–74. The Lord will judge all men according to their works, according to the desire of their hearts, D&C 137:9.