Chapter two of the Teachings of Lorenzo Snow deals with baptism and the gift of the Holy Ghost. The following paragraph occurs towards the end of this chapter.
“To obtain religion that will save us in the presence of God, we must obtain the Holy Ghost, and in order to obtain the Holy Ghost, we must believe on the Lord Jesus, then repent of our sins, that is, forsake them, then go forward and be immersed in water for the remission of sins, then receive the laying on of hands.” (emphasis mine)
In Mormonism, as is clearly stated in this paragraph, repentance involves the forsaking of sins. In fact, as President Snow says above, it is the very essence of LDS repentance as he makes forsaking sin synonymous with repentance. Another word that is often used in Mormonism to express this idea is abandonment. Repentance means abandoning sin.
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