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Posted in Worshipping Pioneer Ancestors, tagged mormonism, bible, joseph smith, lds church, mormons, Jesus, salvation, Book of Mormon, truth, freedom, false gospel, grace, Savior, Mormon pioneers, ancestor worship on 07/24/2015 | Leave a Comment »
Worshiping the Mormon Pioneers
I write this article with the intent of introducing the Mormon people to the idea of thinking about what, and/or whom they are worshiping. What I don’t want to do is send the message I’m here to bash, or ridicule the intent they hold in their hearts for Jesus.
Each year the state of Utah celebrates Pioneer Days in July, with the 24th of that month being the apex of their homage paid to the early Mormons who pushed, and pulled their handcarts and wagons from Nauvoo, Illinois to the Wasatch Front. Their second prophet Brigham Young, led the group of believers to their new home where they thought they could “live their religion” (aka polygamy) without being bothered by non-Mormons.
Mormon 8:24; “And he knoweth their prayers, that they were in behalf of their brethren. And he knoweth their faith, for in his name could they remove mountains; and in his name could they cause the earth to shake; and by the power of his word did they cause prisons to tumble to the earth; yea, even the fiery furnace could not harm them, neither wild beasts nor poisonous serpents, because of the power of his word.”
Posted in Witnessing Tip of the Day, July, tagged mormonism, bible, joseph smith, Jesus, salvation, Book of Mormon, false gospel, false doctrine, witnessing tip of the day, adopted by God, literal children of God on 07/19/2015 | Leave a Comment »
Earlier today, July 16, 2015, I was on the front page of the LDS website and saw two very conflicting messages. The reason I’ve pointed this out is because of the subtle, underhanded way they keep members in their clutches. Two of the posts on their page screams passive-aggressive behavior, and as Christians it’s our duty to keep a watchful eye on the sneaky ways Satan tries to deceive people.
We’ll look at the articles another time, but for now our focus is on the title of the articles. The image on the right shows two of the posts I’m referring to.