Journal of Discourses 4:49-51; “I would ask how many covenant breakers there are in this city and in this kingdom. I believe that there are a great many and if they are covenant breakers we need a place designated, where we can shed their blood… And we have women here who like anything but the celestial law of God; and if they could break asunder the cable of the Church of Christ, there is scarcely a mother in Israel but would do it this day. And they talk it to their husbands, to their daughters, and to their neighbors, and say they have not seen a week’s happiness since they became acquainted with that law [plural marriage], or since their husbands took a second wife…” – Jedidiah Morgan Grant, Salt Lake City, September 21, 1856
Matthew 19:5; “And said, For this cause shall a man leave father and mother, and shall cleave to his wife: and they twain shall be one flesh?”
Romans 12:19; “Dearly beloved, avenge not yourselves, but rather give place unto wrath: for it is written, Vengeance is mine; I will repay, saith the Lord.”
If you’re LDS have you noticed the vocabulary in the 1st verse? Jesus used the phrase a man shall cleave to his wife. He didn’t say wives.
So what happens to the forever plan if there’s just a husband and wife?
How are worlds populated with just two people involved?
What happens to D&C 132 and all the rest of Joseph Smith’s prophecies?
If you’re LDS what are your thoughts on the 2nd biblical verse we’ve listed here?
Why do Mr. Grant’s words sound like a threat?
If this was really God’s plan would He want for you to live in fear?
What if your son or daughter wasn’t living the plan of Mormonism?
Would you be willing to pick out a place for their blood to be shed?