Posts Tagged ‘lies told to LDS youth’

‘Beware lest any man spoil you through philosophy and vain deceit, after the tradition of men, after the rudiments of the world, and not after Christ.’ Colossians 2:8

 Today we’re looking at a topic we’ve discussed before — yoga.

The reason we’re discussing this again is because of what I found on the LDS Youth homepage. See LDS Youth Theme 2023 for more info.

In their utter contempt for the Lord and His word the Church decided to use Philippians 4:13 as a segue to introduce the theme for 2023 along with an image of stacking stones used in Yoga.

Their tactics are a brazen exposition of how they pretend to be a spiritually safe place for kids. Shame on them! (more…)

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New Era, ‘Hope of Israel’, June 2018 “Think of it! Of all the people who have ever lived on planet earth, we are the ones who get to participate in this final, great gathering event. How exciting is that!

Our Heavenly Father has reserved many of His most noble spirits—perhaps, I might say, His finest team—for this final phase.

Those noble spirits—those finest players, those heroes—are you! Worldwide Youth Devotional June 3, 2018.” — Russell Nelson (more…)

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An article in the January 2020 Liahona contained a weekly lesson for the LDS ‘Come Follow Me’ series they’re doing in their studies for the Book of Mormon. The lies they feed to the youth group is heartbreaking. They know these are lies and yet they keep telling the same story.

What caught our attention was the image of someone, or something, floating around in the clouds with the caption underneath stating –

In a vision, Nephi saw that many of the teachings in the Bible would be changed over time but that God would prepare a way for those truths to be restored (see 1 Nephi 13:26–40). (more…)

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