Pure, Purity See also Clean and Unclean; Sanctification Free from sin or guilt; blameless. A person becomes pure when his thoughts and actions are clean in every way. A person who has committed sin can become pure through faith in Jesus Christ, repentance, and receiving the ordinances of the gospel. He that hath clean hands and a pure heart shall receive the Lord’s blessings, Ps. 24:3–5. Be ye clean, that bear the vessels of the Lord, Isa. 52:11 (D&C 133:4–5). Blessed are the pure in heart, Matt. 5:8 (3 Ne. 12:8). Whatsoever things are pure, think on these things, Philip. 4:8 (A of F 1:13). All ye that are pure in heart, lift up your heads and receive the pleasing word of God, Jacob 3:2–3. Can ye look up to God at that day with a pure heart and clean hands, Alma 5:19. Being pure and spotless before God, they could not look upon sin save it were with abhorrence, Alma 13:12. Be purified even as Christ is pure, Moro. 7:48 (Morm. 9:6). Christ will reserve unto himself a pure people, D&C 43:14. The Lord commanded that a house be built in Zion in which the pure shall see God, D&C 97:10–17. This is Zion—the pure in heart, D&C 97:21.