March 25 – Demigods. John 4:24 says “God is a spirit and those that worship him must worship him in spirit and in truth”.
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General Conference, ‘The Book,’ October 2014; “The leaders did not set the requirements for exaltation. God did!” – Allan F. Packer
Ok, before we look at Mr. Packer’s comment let’s see what Mormons mean by “exaltation”.
The Gospel Principles manual defines exaltation this way:
“Exaltation is eternal life, the kind of life God lives. He lives in great glory. He is perfect. He possesses all knowledge and all wisdom. He is the Father of spirit children. He is a creator. We can become like our Heavenly Father. This is exaltation.”
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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’.
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.
As 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’.
1 Corinthians 3:16; “Know ye not that ye are the temple of God, and that the Spirit of God dwelleth in you?”
Today we have a question about an instruction listed in an LDS teaching manual.
We’re also praying diligently all Mormons will come to know they can find the truth by opening their bibles. By doing so, they’ll see how the Jesus of the Bible can’t be the Jesus of Mormonism, and that obviously goes for God’s Holy Spirit as well!