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Colossians 3:23; “And whatsoever ye do, do it heartily, as to the Lord, and not unto men”.

 Doctrine and Covenants 132:4-6; “For behold, I reveal unto you a new and an everlasting covenant; and if ye abide not that covenant, then are ye damned; for no one can reject this covenant and be permitted to enter into my glory. 5 For all who will have a blessing at my hands shall abide the law which was appointed for that blessing, and the conditions thereof, as were instituted from before the foundation of the world. 6 And as pertaining to the new and everlasting covenant, it was instituted for the fulness of my glory; and he that receiveth a fulness thereof must and shall abide the law, or he shall be damned, saith the Lord God.”

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Leviticus 22:32-33; “…I am the Lord which hallow you, 33 That brought you out of the land of Egypt, to be your God: I am the Lord.”

Osiris – ‘a principle god of ancient Egypt, god of vegetation and water, king of the dead’.

may-pole-dancing-at-payson-temple-celebration Thousands of Youth Sing, Dance at Payson Temple Cultural Celebration

Throwing caution to the wind in June 2015, the Mormon Church celebrated the grand opening of another temple in Utah; Payson, Utah to be exact.

It reminded us of the ceremonies they held for the Philadelphia Temple opening. Oh, be still my heart…

As part of this over-the-top, all out party for their god, the Church used their kids to put on one of the grandest road shows we’ve seen in quite some time. It’s highly doubtful the majority realized what they were doing, but make no mistake beloved, it was a blatant display of paganism at its finest.

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templeAs of late, the LDS Church is building temples at a record pace. According to their site they now have 155 operating temples, and 25 others in various stages of construction. Another page gives the reason why they build so many temples. Here in part, is what they said –

‘From the days of the Old Testament, the Lord has commanded His people to build temples-sacred structures where He could teach, guide, and bless them.’ See ‘Why We Build Temples’.

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saint-george-mormon-templeNothing in Mormonism is simple. Every subject matter is invariably linked to something else of major import, and thus it is with my discovery today.

While retrieving info for a future article on Wilford Woodruff, Wilford Woodruff 2Mormonism’s 4th president/prophet, I came across the quote I was looking for in a speech Mr. Woodruff made on posthumous baptisms for deceased US Presidents. I found his teachings so blasphemous I couldn’t let them slide on by as I’ve had to do in the past with many of the other things Mormon leaders have said.

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San Diego TempleOn Sunday morning (8/31/2014) Melissa sent me an e-mail with some pictures she found online of the San Diego Temple. Initially I was going to use the photos as a quick FYI type of post…

While the photos made us wonder why anyone would believe this was of God, aSan Diego Temple 2 bigger picture began to emerge when I read the history of this place. There was no set plan, no modeling the temple upon any of the things you’d find in temples from the OT times.  It’s just filled with random stuff.

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Astrology

While doing some research for an article we’re working on I came across an interesting piece of information in Mormon Doctrine written by Bruce McConkie who was a Mormon apostle. Now while many Mormons discount his encyclopedic work, the Church continues to sell his book and actually quote from it in articles and speeches.

The entry in Mormon Doctrine that caught my attention was on the subject of astrology. Interestingly enough the Church denounces the practice of astrology yet has many carvings on the outside of the Nauvoo and Salt Lake Temple of that very thing.

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This is the 4th installment of the Mormon Temple series, more is to come. 🙂

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