Knowing nothing about the church we joined in 1972 because they presented themselves as the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
We soon found out that there were no Bible classes, reason being one would find out that there was a problem. In my case, I had disconnected from a church that was teaching occult doctrines. In other words I had learned previously about Freemasonry and their god was a male and female combination. That’s why Satan has boobs.
Believer’s fulfillment is to share the good news of eternal life. They long to help bring people to accept Jesus Christ as their Lord and Savior. God promises to reward people for their successes.
Mormon leaders know that. They offer Baptism for the dead (i.e. any well known chancellor, president etc. heathen they know by name) and eternal marriage at the temples. To enter the temples one has to tithe 10% and then some of gross income and do their assignments diligently which means coming to all meetings, raising children to become missionaries across the world paid for by the parents.
The membership is told not to share any information of what is going on in the temples even their own families are not to be told.
The temple marriage is the reason for their elaborate temples and most Mormons long to participate not realizing that they are in a Masonic situation. In each temple, Mormons offer an area that is to portray heaven. Their heaven is the reward after they learn the Masonic rituals.
In 2011 the Fort Collins, CO, LDS temple was then the 153rd operating temple across the globe and the 2nd of its kind in the state of Colorado where the Denver temple was constructed back in 1986. The Fort Collins temple was announced for construction on April 2, 2011 and the ground breaking took place more than 2 years later. This Sacred structure sits on just over 15 acres and is a total of 42,000-square feet. The electrical cost alone was close to $4 million. The link takes you to the structure. https://www.wilkinsonelectric.com/projects/ft-collins-lds-temple/
World wide there are a total of 225 temples in 2020, 13.3 million members and 67,021 full time missionaries. They go through training for four years on how to approach Christians and talk them into joining the church. Many members are foreigners. Many end up in the U.S.
This is one of Satan’s masterpieces. God made everything available for people to get the truth but for Mormons generally not accessible because they are blind to the truth. Mormons discourage their members from going outside their system. One is suppose to get all their services from Mormons.
A reason why professionals join, they will have automatic customers for the rest of their lives. I found out many years later that my insurance agent outside of the church and the realtor were both Mormons. That told me that spirits are involved in our lives.
Marriage had to be church members. My children told me right in the beginning that they had no intention of going on a mission to a foreign country. Consequently girls had no interest in marriage to kids like that.
The secret ceremonies in the temples are reserved for an elite few. My husband wasn’t tithing nor wanting to go to the temple. Thinking I was serving God, I had four jobs right from the beginning. I had given up on going to the temple. Thirteen years later the leaders got worried that I might leave. They came to the house and told us that we were going to the temple in Salt Lake, UT. even if my husband wasn’t qualified.
That was the second incidence that made me wonder what was going on, remembering all those who couldn’t go and here they offered my husband a free ride? The first one was when we joined. They wanted me to get divorce? That’s not the gospel I thought.
The way one learns about the church is by picking up information in conversation with the members and by making mistakes. I taught Sunday school and tried to teach the Lord’s Prayer and one of the kids reported that to its parent. The lessons came from Salt Lake with orders not to teach anything else. I lost my job never to teach again.
In the temple I found that the rituals were verbatim what I had learned in the previous occult church and what the eternal marriage meant, I figured maybe the occult teaching was correct after all? Other excuses that came up in my mind. These educated professionals would not be serving Satan??
I began to realize why they believed in polygamy. Receiving a planet of one’s own, that was supposed to be populated, the male would have to have a number of wives and keep them pregnant to do that. Contemplating all these questions, I began to realize that I had no desire to be involved in becoming a god.
Things began to change. Starving for the word of God, I had been listening to Ken Copeland and suddenly found myself filled with the desire to get into the Bible myself. Copeland’s lesson were similar to Mormon doctrine. They believe God has a physical body and Copeland addressed that as well.
After 20 years I went to a Bible bookstore to buy my father a Bible and I found a little book called “The Mormon Illusion’. I read it and with my Bible readings, I realized that this message was true and my 20 years of service was for nothing. I had been serving Satan not God. Praise God He made a way for us sinners!
Romans 3:23 “For all have sinned, and come short of the glory of God;”
In the Old Testament animals were slaughtered and their blood was sprinkled on those who had sinned and wanted forgiveness. Animals were under God’s original curse and therefore a temporary covering only. Jesus had proven Himself to be perfect and His blood was once and for all, permanent forgiveness for all sins.
Romans 6:23 “For the wages of sin is death; but the gift of God is eternal life through Jesus Christ our Lord.”
Mormons believe and take pride in their good deeds which makes it difficult for them to believe that they are sinners. Many conservatives believe they are good people and deserve to go to heaven. They are in error. God is going to say that He never knew them. Getting saved depends on our belief. Do we truly believe that Jesus lived, that He healed people and resurrected the dead. Do we believe that He was God’s only begotten Son, that He never sinned, that only His blood was sufficient to set us free from sin forever. Do we believe that He was crucified, shed His blood and died. Do we believe that He resurrected from the dead, went to Heaven to be glorified and returned to the disciples for 40 days to prove that He still had His physical body with the wounds, to assure us that we will have recognizable bodies in heaven after our demise or Rapture.
Romans 10:9-10 “That if thou shalt confess with thy mouth the Lord Jesus, and shalt believe in thine heart that God hath raised him from the dead, thou shalt be saved. For with the heart man believeth unto righteousness; and with the mouth confession is made unto salvation.”
Editor: Rita Williams – KJV
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