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"Therefore, if ye shall come unto me, or shall desire to come unto me, and rememberest that thy brother hath aught against thee— Go thy way unto thy brother, and first be reconciled to thy brother, and then come unto me with full purpose of heart, and I will receive you."
Notice the offense is taken by the brother, not by you. It is presumed that you haven't taken offense against him. If he, however, 'hath aught against thee"--meaning that if you have done anything to cause him an offense, you have steps to take.
Notice that your relationship with the Lord comes second, after you have made amends with any you have offended.
You can't bring "full purpose of heart" when there is a lingering offense you have not attempted to cure. This kind of mental distraction alters you.
If you realize you've offended someone it likely means you know your conduct has been uncharitable. You did something wrong. You hurt another.
Inventory of your conduct is something to be done before approaching the Lord. If you have offended someone you need to take the steps to free your conscience from it. Only then can you bring "full purpose of heart" in approaching God.
When the heart is right, then the Lord can "receive you." When the heart is not right, you cannot be received.
He's said this before, of course. His doctrine in the preceding chapter required repentance before baptism precisely so you could be right in the heart before the ordinance takes place. (3 Nephi 11: 23.)
Other Book of Mormon writers said the same thing as well: "For behold, God hath said a man being evil cannot do that which is good; for if he offereth a gift, or prayeth unto God, except he shall do it with real intent it profiteth him nothing. ... And likewise also is it counted evil unto a man, if he shall pray and not with real intent of heart; yea, and it profiteth him nothing, for God receiveth none such." (Moroni 7: 6, 9.) "Wherefore, my beloved brethren, I know that if ye shall follow the Son, with full purpose of heart, acting no hypocrisy and no deception before God, but with real intent, repenting of your sins, witnessing unto the Father that ye are willing to take upon you the name of Christ, by baptism—yea, by following your Lord and your Savior down into the water, according to his word, behold, then shall ye receive the Holy Ghost; yea, then cometh the baptism of fire and of the Holy Ghost; and then can ye speak with the tongue of angels, and shout praises unto the Holy One of Israel." (2 Nephi 31: 13.) "But as oft as they repented and sought forgiveness, with real intent, they were forgiven." (Moroni. 6: 8.)
You bring your whole heart to Him. That He can receive. That He can work with. Less than that, it is not possible for Him to offer you anything. You will invariably reject what He offers. Acting as the hypocrite will neither fool you or Him. Hence Nephi's counsel in 2 Nephi 31: 13 quoted above, and discussed previously in this blog.