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We’re continuing our article series based on the article by Greg Trimble titled, ‘51 Questions that might lead you to Mormonism’.

Since the next three questions in the article deal with whether or not the bible is trustworthy and accurate, I’d like to tackle all of them in one article.

Before we begin allow me to start off by asking my own question-

Why would a religion or an individual, claiming to be a Christian try to make you doubt God’s word?

Sadly, that’s what Mormons, and Mormonism attempts to do, as you’ll see by this question. As we think about our responses to the following questions we need to remember that while there are “apparent” contradictions in the bible, there’s no true contradictions. When we truly study the bible, we will see that it explains itself.

By this, I mean that even though there are difficult and hard to understand passages in the bible, if you study it, you will find your answers. You need to remember that the bible has roughly 40 different authors, and covers a time span of about 1400 years. All of them are speaking to different audiences, with different perspectives, and all have different writing styles.

With that said, here’s the first question:

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Matthew 22:30 ‘…they neither marry, nor are given in marriage, but are as the angels of God in heaven.’

 Twenty-four years ago today, I asked Jesus to be my God and Savior! PTL! The list of questions I had rolling around in my head had become commonplace, and kept leading me back to the same subject.

The cross.

Not surprisingly, the Lord had an answer to all those questions and it can be found in just one verse. Matthew 22:30. If the Mormon people would read that verse and believe what Jesus said, the hordes of questions would quite simply disappear!

I’ve put some of the questions I had in a concise list here, and sadly, I’m still asking the Church the very same things I had been asking all those years ago.

Just how does a forever family fit in with our Lord’s gospel anyway?

I pray my people, the Mormons, will take a moment in their day to ask themselves the questions listed here. Mostly, I pray they’ll be convicted to do the same thing I was! I’m a sinner and found freedom at the foot of the cross.

When it comes to the Mormon’s idea of true salvation, there’s no room for the cross, nor is there room for the One that hung there. Therefore, we must ask the Mormons…

Where is Jesus?

In Christ;

Michelle

1 Cor. 1:18

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 Discourses of Brigham Young, p. 575; “No man can enter the celestial kingdom and be crowned with a celestial glory, until he gets his resurrected body; but Joseph and the faithful who have died have gained a victory over the power of the Devil, which you and I have not yet gained. So long as we live in these tabernacles, so long we will be subject to the temptations and power of the Devil; but when we lay them down, if we have been faithful, we have gained the victory so far; but even then we are not so far advanced at once as to be beyond the neighborhood of evil spirits.” – Brigham Young, Great Salt Lake City, June 22, 1856

See Journal of Discourses 3:371.

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It’s no secret that Mormonism is completely different from Biblical Christianity. One of the ways Mormons are able to convince people their religion is the “one true church” is to create doubt in your mind about God, and His word.

The other day I came across an article titled ‘51 Questions that might lead you to Mormonism’. In the article, the author begins by explaining that when he was 20 he wasn’t finding happiness in his current interests. A couple of friends encouraged him to check out Mormonism, and then determine for himself if it’s doctrines were true.

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 Teachings of Presidents of the Church-Chapter 1; “The whole idea of Mormonism is improvement – mentally, physically, morally, and spiritually.” – Lorenzo Snow

 

 

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 “Partakers of the Divine Nature” The Life and Teachings of Jesus and his Apostles, Instructor’s Guide (Rel 211–12), (2000), 109–10; “Theme. The purpose of the gospel is to assist man in overcoming sin so that he might become a partaker of the divine nature of Jesus Christ.”

 

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 March 13 – Malachi 4:6; “And he shall turn the heart of the fathers to the children, And the heart of the children to their fathers, Lest I come and smite the earth with a curse.”

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