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 July 9 – The Contradicting God of Mormonism. Psalm 119:142; “Thy righteousness is an everlasting righteousness, And thy law is the truth.”

Psalm 86:10 ; “For thou art great, and doest wondrous things: thou art God alone.”

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 July 8 – A god who can be tossed to and fro. Ephesians 4:14 “That we henceforth be no more children, tossed to and fro, and carried about with every wind of doctrine, by the sleight of men, and cunning craftiness, whereby they lie in wait to deceive”.

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The Miracle of Forgiveness, p. 2; “To this end God created man to live in mortality and endowed him with the Spencer Kimballpotential to perpetrate the race, to subdue the earth, to perfect himself and to become God, omniscient and omnipotent” – Spencer W. Kimball

 

 

 

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Key to Theology, pp. 35,Baal and El from the Ugarit 44; “Jesus Christ…was filled with the divine substance or fluid called the Holy Spirit, by which He comprehended and spake the truth in power and authority, and by which He controlled the elements and imparted health and life to those who were prepared to partake of the same…The purest, most refined and subtle of all these substances and the one least understood or even recognized by the less informed among mankind is that substance called the Holy Spirit.” – Parley P. Pratt

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Kneeling at the CrossIf nothing else comes through our posts, let it be this one. It’s a warning for the body of Christ; beware dear ones, beware!

The LDS Church published an article this month serving as a reminder their tactics haven’t changed over the past 185 years. Their montage of attacks against the body of Christ is still the same stuff, on a different day. Because of its length we’re looking at only a part of this today, but will revisit it again.

Here in part is what Mr. Holland said –

Liahona, ‘Knowing the Godhead,’ January 2016

The Prophet Joseph Smith said, “It is the first principle of the gospel to know for a certainty theJeffrey Holland character of God.”1 Furthermore, he added, “I want you all to know Him, and to be familiar with Him.”2 We must have “a correct idea of his … perfections, and attributes” and an admiration for “the excellency of [His] character.”3

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Robert MilletEnsign, ‘The Eternal Gospel,’ July 1996, p. 53; “Knowing what we know concerning God our Father — that he is a personal being; that he has a body of salt lake mormon temple 2flesh and bones as tangible as our own; that he is an exalted and glorified being; that he was once a man and dwelt on an earth – and knowing that this knowledge was had by many of the ancients, should we be surprised to find legends and myths throughout the cultures of the earth concerning gods who have divine power but human attributes and passions? … Should we be surprised to find pagan traditions of virgin births and divine humans?” – Robert L. Millet

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Orson PrattJournal of Discourses 13:125; “Jesus made his appearance on the earth in the meridian of time, and he established his kingdom on the earth. But to fulfill ancientsalt lake mormon temple 2 prophecies the Lord suffered that kingdom to be uprooted; in other words, the kingdoms of this world made war against the kingdom of God, established eighteen centuries ago, and they prevailed against it, and the kingdom ceased to exist. The great beast that John saw made war with it and prevailed against it, and human institutions, without prophets or inspired men, usurped the place of the ancient kingdom of God.” – Orson Pratt, Salt Lake City, April 10, 1870

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joseph-smith-artTeachings of the Prophet Joseph Smith, p. 181; “That which issalt lake mormon temple 2 without body, parts and passions is nothing. There is no other God in heaven but that God who has flesh and bones.”

 

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Exodus 15:11; “Who is like unto thee, O LORD, among the gods? who is like thee, glorious in holiness, fearful in praises, doing wonders?”

Demonic Names in the Book of MormonAs most people know, Mormonism was founded by Joseph Smith, Jr., a 14 year old farm boy from upstate New York in the early 1800’s. He descended from parents, who by most accounts, delved in the world of various types of witchcraft, as is evidenced from writings and sermons he delivered until his death in 1844.

Initially, the god Smith embraced had many similarities with the God of the Bible, but as time progressed, so did his god. By the time of his death, the religious empire he built held few, if any vestiges of Christianity, and looked more like a hodgepodge of several religious gods combined.

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