“The Joy of Redeeming the Dead”; “…Every prophet since Joseph Smith has emphasized the imperative need to provide all ordinances for ourselves and our deceased ancestors.” — Richard G. Scott [emp. mine]
Posted in General Conference April 2016, tagged dead people appearing to LDS apostle, demonic influences in Mormonism, false doctrines of Mormonism, necromancy, Russell M Nelson on 07/01/2016 | Leave a Comment »
Remember beloved, God has forbidden us from having conversations with dead people. Deuteronomy 18:9-12;
“When thou art come into the land which the LORD thy God giveth thee, thou shalt not learn to do after the abominations of those nations. 10 There shall not be found among you any one that maketh his son or his daughter to pass through the fire, or that useth divination, or an observer of times, or an enchanter, or a witch, 11 Or a charmer, or a consulter with familiar spirits, or a wizard, or a necromancer. 12 For all that do these things are an abomination unto the LORD: and because of these abominations the LORD thy God doth drive them out from before thee.”
At the April 2016 General Conference LDS Apostle Russell M. Nelson told listening ears if they wanted to hold true priesthood power of the Mormon priesthood, they should expect to pay a price for their ‘blessing’ of doing so. See The Price of Priesthood Power. What he wasn’t clear about is how God feels about it, and what He warns us not to do.
Posted in Baptisms for the Dead, tagged baptisms for famous people, Ben Franklin baptized into Mormon Church, Collected Discourses Vol 3 Wilford Woodruff, George Washington, necromancy, St George temple on 04/04/2016 | Leave a Comment »
The voluminous amount of posthumous baptisms Wilford Woodruff took part in while visiting the St. George temple, is an eye-raiser. Not only were the numbers noteworthy, but the recipients were as well. Woodruff’s list reads like a who’s who in world history.
According to Mr. Woodruff, this large group of people included a handful of America’s founding fathers who appeared to him while he was in the St. George temple. These spirits, he said, approached him and began asking why the Church hadn’t performed proxy baptisms on their behalf.
Posted in Baptisms for the Dead, Temple Ordinances, tagged baptisms for the dead, Church News February 2015, false doctrines of Mormonism, Family History Blesses Living, necromancy, temple ordinances on 02/05/2016 | 3 Comments »
“Building the family is at the center of the plan of salvation, the leaders taught. On the other side of the veil, individuals will be organized into families through ordinances that take place in temples. Because of the importance of those ordinances, it is essential that families work together to redeem their dead. Through modern technology advances family history has improved, allowing people of all ages to get involved with ease.”
Posted in Necromancy, Temple Ceremonies, temples, tagged Church News February 2015, demonic behavior in Mormon temples, false prophets, false spirits, Mormons see dead people, necromancy, Ronald Rasband on 01/30/2016 | Leave a Comment »
Today we’re looking at the definition of worship in three different settings. The reason for this stems from the repeated articles on LDS websites directing members to be diligent in their temple work. Two examples can be seen in the seminars they hold, and directives telling bishops to install teenagers as ‘family history consultants’ for their local wards – see Church News February 2015.
Dictionary.com defines worship as ‘reverent honor and homage paid to God or a sacred personage’. Keep that in mind as we look at our examples today.
Notwithstanding My Weakness, p. 55; “On the other side of the veil, there are perhaps seventy billion people. They need the same gospel, and releases occur here to aid the Lord’s work there. Each release of a righteous individual from this life is also a call to new labors. Those who have true hope understand this.
Therefore, though we miss the departed righteous so much here, hundreds may feel their touch there. One day, those hundreds will thank the bereaved for gracefully forgoing the extended association with choice individuals here, in order that they could help hundreds there. In God’s ecology, talent and love are never wasted. The hopeful understand this, too.” – Neal A. Maxwell