King Mosiah addresses the reality that while God always judges justly, we mortal men and women do not.
“…It is better that a man should be judged of God than of man, for the judgments of God are always just, but the judgments of man are not always just.” (Mosiah 29:12)
-When do the better judgments occur?
-Are the judgments of God active before the Last Judgment?
-Why will the Last Judgment be so final for each individual when compared to the other judgments of God that occur prior to the Last Judgment?
-Do those who have been judged harshly by mortals (whether deserved or not) often have a greater appreciation and yearning for God’s perfect judgment?