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Mormon.orgMormon Decisions 10, ‘Man is Divine’; “The nature and role of God in our lives is a question mankind has asked since the beginning of time.

We believe God is our Father in Heaven who created us in His own image, and like Him, we are divine in our nature and purpose.”

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mailbagWe received an e-mail from a less than honest and obviously angry Mormon whose name is ‘Geoff’.  He commented on our article ‘Mormon Temple Clothing and Other Rituals’.

We wanted to share his note and our response with our readers over on the blog so we can take advantage of a larger group of prayer warriors so here it is!

Geoff’s comments are in black and my response is in red.

BTW, Geoff wrote in twice so we’ll be addressing both his concerns here. One more thing – I’ve not corrected his spelling so if you’re a stickler on this, know that I didn’t let it go unchecked.

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Mormon Decisions 10Seeking the Spirit, p 88; “In our day three fundamental truths are essential to a valid testimony: first, that Jesus is the Christ; second, that Joseph Smith is a prophet of God; and third, that The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints is the only true and living church on the face of the whole earth. All valid testimony must embrace the spiritual witness that Jesus is the Christ, for “there is none other way nor name given under heaven whereby man can be saved in the kingdom of God.” (2 Nephi 31:21.)”. – Joseph Fielding McConkie

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LDSprofilpicYesterday (September 12, 2013) the LDS Missionary Facebook page launched a challenge to fellow church members to share their testimony of Jesus Christ. Church members can meet the challenge a couple of ways; one is by making the icon seen here as their profile picture and another is by sharing their testimony of Jesus Christ on the various social media outlets.

I sent this picture and the link to the challenge to a friend this morning. I asked her “if they have a testimony of Jesus Christ, how in the world can they stay Mormon?” Even though my question was rhetorical the answer is very simple. The sad truth is they don’t know Jesus, the real Jesus.

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Here’s the 2nd part of the e-mail from our Mormon friend Shane!  Remember to pray for him and the other Mormons who read this!

With Love in Christ;

Michelle

1 Cor 1:18

Shane’s e-mail is in red font, my response is in black –

September 21–22, 1823. Joseph Smith was visited by an angel named Moroni. Moroni prophesied of coming events and told Joseph of the Book of Mormon record, written on plates of gold. The angel allowed Joseph to see the gold plates, which were buried in the nearby Hill Cumorah.

September 22, 1827. Joseph Smith received the gold plates from Moroni at the Hill Cumorah after having met with Moroni on 22 September of each of the previous four years.

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Mormon Testimonies

While compiling some testimonies of ex-Mormons for our site it occurred to me how much the testimony of Mormons and ex-Mormons are so vastly different.  While we’ve written about this many times one significant thing came shining forth about the differences.

 

 

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Mormon Ads in Seattle

Two days ago while enjoying my morning cup of coffee and watching the news I was surprised to see the ad on the television that popped up.  In the short story of how wonderful this woman’s life was, at the end of the little blip she announced “And I’m a Mormon”.

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Testimonies of Mormons

No testimony is more significant to us in our time than the witness of Joseph Smith.” – Robert Hales, Ensign, Nov. 2009, pg. 30.

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Many new ideas stemmed from the visions of Joseph Smith.  As we begin our foundation series I felt it was better to begin here with testimonies.

If it weren’t for the tesitmony of Smith, everything in Mormonism is all for naught.

No testimony is more significant to us in our time than the witness of Joseph Smith.” – Robert Hales, Ensign, Nov. 2009, pg. 30.

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