Judge [noun]See also Bishop; Judge [verb]; Judge, Chief; Judgment; Lawyerslet us appoint judges to judge according to law, Mosiah 29:11, 25.judges chosen by voice of people, Mosiah 29:25, 39.lower judges shall judge higher judges according to voice of people, Mosiah 29:29.commencement of reign of judges throughout land of Zarahemla, Mosiah 29:44.foundation of destruction of Ammonihah being laid by lawyers and judges, Alma 10:27.compensation of judges, Alma 11:1–3.judges of Ammonihah torment Alma2 and Amulek, Alma 14:18–27.those who repent and desire righteousness are own judges, Alma 41:7.judges secretly put prophets to death, 3 Ne. 6:23–24.judges who condemned prophets to death are brought before governor, 3 Ne. 6:25–26.judges, lawyers, and friends form secret combination, 3 Ne. 6:27–30.Nephite disciples shall be judges of Nephites, 3 Ne. 27:27 (1 Ne. 11:32; Morm. 3:19).great Jehovah, the Eternal Judge of both quick and dead, Moro. 10:34.bishop appointed to be judge in Israel, D&C 58:17–18 (64:40; 107:72, 74).the Lord made Church like judge to judge nations, D&C 64:37.he who observes not his prayers should be had in remembrance before judge, D&C 68:33.certificate from judge or bishop renders every man acceptable, D&C 72:17.elders to be judges of houses where they shake off dust, D&C 75:21.God and Christ judge of all, D&C 76:68.parable of woman and unjust judge likened to children of Zion, D&C 101:81–89.descendant of Aaron1 has right to sit as judge in Israel, D&C 107:76.Jesus Christ is righteous Judge, Moses 6:57.