October 14 – Betrayed. Psalm 41:9; “Yea, mine own familiar friend, in whom I trusted, which did eat of my bread, hath lifted up his heel against me.”
Given c. 1000 BC, and fulfilled c. 31 AD.
This incredible prophecy was actually a letter King David wrote out to God asking for mercy. In his prayer he wrote about being betrayed by a friend after sharing bread with him. It was a foreshadowing of what would happen to our Lord at the Last Supper as He was betrayed by His friend Judas at the Garden of Gethsemane – see Matthew 26:47-50. Within a short time, the Lord was crucified.
A quick glance at any Mormon sermon, or teaching will tell readers the Mormon Church doesn’t embrace the body of Christ as you might think. Their latest activity shows how they’re trying to buddy up with the body of Christ in an effort to garner support and sympathy for their own agenda. All Christians should remember what happened to King David and our Lord when the Mormon Church tries to come alongside them in a public display of friendship.
Christianity non-Existent Until Joe Smith. Journal of Discourses 2:192; “Every man that will read the Scripture of the Old and New Testaments, will see that there was an organization in the days of Jesus Christ, a system for the salvation of the children of men. It is laid down plainly and definitely for the inhabitants of the earth to follow. But, if we search throughout the earth at this day, we cannot find a system existing that has scarcely any resemblance to the example laid down by Christ and the Apostles…” – Wilford Woodruff, Salt Lake City, February 25, 1855