Posts Tagged ‘Malachi 3:6’

God Changes

Mormon Decisions 10D&C 56:4-5; “Wherefore I, the Lord, command and revoke, as it seemeth me good; and all this to be answered upon the heads of the rebellious, saith the Lord. 5 Wherefore, I revoke the commandment which was given unto my servants Thomas B. Marsh and Ezra Thayre, and give a new commandment unto my servant Thomas, that he shall take up his journey speedily to the land of Missouri, and my servant Selah J. Griffin shall also go with him.”


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Eternal Progression

“Faith of Our Father,” Ensign, May 2008, 75; “Continuing revelation is a fundamental feature of [the faith of our Father]. Joseph Smith’s first prayer is a powerful testimony of this. Revelation is a constant compass that keeps us always true to the will and the faith of our Heavenly Father.
Our Heavenly Father loves His children. He hears the prayers of the humble and sincere of every nation, tongue, and people. He grants light to those who seek and honor Him and are willing to obey His commandments. We joyously proclaim that the faith of our Father is on the earth today.” – Dieter Uchtdorf


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Thought of the Day 

How did this happen?  

The book of 3rd Nephi was supposedly written circa 34 AD.

The book of Malachi was written circa 443 BC.

If this was truly from God how did the Nephites get this info somewhere in the Americas when Malachi lived in Israel?  There was no internet, no phones…how did this happen?

And if the Mormon Church believes the word of God is tainted and not translated correctly then why are they plagiarizing it?

Furthermore, how can they believe this is true when in fact they don’t believe it is?  This contradicts the theory that God was once a man!

Oh what a tangled web we weave…

3 Nephi 24:6; “For I am the Lord, I change not; therefore ye sons of Jacob are not consumed.”

Malachi 3:6; “For I am the LORD, I change not; therefore ye sons of Jacob are not consumed.”

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