Before you read the rest of this post, I want you to know that in Galesburg, IL within the ministerial alliance of pastors (the GAMA) are cult members from the Mormon Church. These members have not been told that they are headed for hell and they are included in all decision makings within the community. When you finish reading this blog, you will see why there has been no true revival in this town.
The God Makers
When questioned, Mormons insist that their gospel comes from the Bible and that they have the same God and the same Jesus as Christians. In actual fact, they have a completely different God from what the Bible presents, a different Jesus, and a different gospel. The Mormon Apostle Orson Pratt declared -- "the nature of the message of the Book of Mormon is such, that if true, no one can possibly be saved and reject it; if false, no one can possibly be saved and receive it." They go on to teach that "YOU" can be a god of your own planet! Your goddess wife will be eternally pregnant! (Jesus never offered godhead to anyone! Instead, He called His disciples to deny self and take up the cross to follow Him). No wonder Joseph Smith is more popular among Mormons thatn Jesus Christ Himself!
Mormon President Kimball has emphasized that no one becomes a god without a special Temple marriage for eternity! (Jesus said that marriage was "ONLY" for earth, and not for heaven!)
There is no salvation without accepting Joseph Smith. If Joseph Smith was verily a prophet, and if he told the truth when he said that he stood in the presence of angels sent from the Lord, and obtained the keys of authority, and the commandment to organize the Church of Jesus Christ once again upon the earth then this knowledge is of the most vital importance to the entire world. No man can reject that testimony without incurring the most dreadful consequences, for he cannot enter the kingdom of God. (Doctrine of Salvation, vol. 1, pp 189-90)
The Bible tells us to avoid geneologies, the Mormons are obsessed with them.
And now, my dearly beloved brethren and sisters, let me assure you that these principles in relation to the dead and the living that cannot be lightly passed over, as pertaining to our salvation. For their salvation is necessary and essntial to our salvation, as paul says concerning the fathers -- that they without us cannot be made perfect - neither can we without our dead be made perfect. And now, in relation to the baptism for the dead, I will give you another quotation of Paul, "Else what shall they do which are baptized for the dead, if the dead rise not at all? why are they then baptized for the dead?" (I Cor 15:29) [Doctrine and Covenants 128:15-16]
In the Temple rituals, Mormons baptize dead people. It is said that when Lucille Ball died, that she was baptized by mormon prozxy over 100 times! They believe that you have a second chance to accept the Mormon Jesus. The Bible teaches that it is appointed once for man to die and after that the judgment! The Mormon way, allows a person to live a totally godless lifestyle. They can be adulterers, liars, thieves, sexual perverts (homosexuals and lesbians). They can kill and murder people and they do not have to worry because after they die, all they have to do is have someone stand in for them to get baptized. (does this sound like something from God or from Satan?)
The Mormon President Joseph Fielding Smith declared: "...the greatest commandment given us, and made obligatory, is the Temple work in our own behalf and in behalf f our dead." (Doctrine of Salvation, vol. 2, p. 149)
The Bible tells us that the greatest commandment was that we shall love the Lord our God with all our heart, and with all our soul, and with all our strength, and with all our mind, and our neighbor as ourself. When we love God, we are fulfilling the first four of the Ten Commandments. When we love our neighbor, we are fulfilling the last six of the Ten Commandments. When Paul mentioned those who baptize for dead people, he was not including himself in that practice, he was in fact, distancing himself from it! We need to look at the whole context of what the Chapter was saying, not just one line of Scripture!
All of the above has been disturbing if you are a Christian. But you won't believe what follows!
"Mormo" and the Mormons
In the Satanic bible on the page listing "Infernal Names" the god of the ghouls is named "Mormo!" (a ghoul is an evil being obsessed with the dead). His followers would be called Mormons! Mormons are obsessed with geneologies and Temple rites and rituals for the dead, who they believe can visit the living, and who can convert to mormonism even in the grave. In Chinese, "Mormon" means 'gates of hell.' That is why Mormon missionaries have problems in Hong Kong. continue reading!
Mormons believe there are trillions of gods! but the average Mormon will invariably try to deny the polytheistic nature of his religion by insisting, "But we only worship 'the God of this world!'" Now, see what takes place in Mormon Temples all across the world, it is a secret ritual called the Endowment. part of it involves a "creation drama" that puts most Temple patrons to sleep. This is followed by a reeactment on film or stage of events in the Garden of Eden. After he and his wife, Eve, have been expelled from the Garden into the "lone and dreary world," Adam builds an altar and cries out, "O God, hear the words of my mouth!" (notice who responds!) When he repeated this three times, an arogant voice responds off stage, "I hear you!" Lucifer then enters the scene. Sauntering over to Adam, he asks, "What is it you want?"
"Who are you?" demands Adam in surprise. "I am the God of this world." replies Lucifer.
Pretty scary, huh? wait it gets worse as it continues. Lucifer has appeared on the scene wearing an embroidered apron very similar to the one Masons wear in their secret rituals. Partaking of the forbidden fruit and becoming "wise," Adam notices Lucifer's apron and asks him what it means. Satan then replies, "It is the emblem of my power and priesthoods." having said that, Lucifer directs Adam and Eve to fashion similar aprons for themselves. He excitedly and slyly cries, "See, you are naked. Take some fig leaves and make you aprons. Father will see your nakedness (because in Mormon teaching, Lucifer and Jesus are brothers!), Quick! Hide!" As obedient to Satan as they were disobedient to God, Adam and Eve follow the instructions of "the god of this world." As soon as Adam and Eve have tied their Luciferic aprons about them, the ceremony narrator instructs the Temple patrons to place their own fig-leaf aprons over their beautiful Temple clothing. As obedient to Satan as Adam and Eve have been, each Mormon going thru the temple solemnly puts on the fig-leaf aprons!
In contrast, the Bible indicates that God refused to accept Adam and Eve's fig-leaf aprons as a covering for their nakedness. Instead, He clothes them in the skins of animals that He had sacrificed as a symbol of the sacrifice Christ would one day make upon the cross for the sins not only of Adam and Eve, but of the whole world. In the Temple reenactment, when Elohim (God) shows up, he does not have them remove the aprons made of fig-leaf's. Astonishing as it may seem, Temple Mormons are married and buried in this fig-leaf apron that their own doctrine identifies as the symbol of Lucifer's "Power and priesthoods."
Yes, there is more problems in the Mormon teachings. The Book of Mormon teaches there is a hell but the Prophets of the Church teach there is NO hell. In the Nauvoo Expositor, June 7, 1844, Joseph Smith said, "Hell is by no means the place this world of fools suppose it to be, but on the contrary, it is quite an agreeable place..."
At the heart of Mormon teaching is that there is no hell; thus death is not final, and the "dead" can repent and be baptized into the Mormon Church in the spirit world. Alma 34:32-35 teaches that there is a hell. If, as the Book of Mormon itself teaches, Satan is luring unsuspecting souls into hell by saying it doesn't exist and that they will be able to repent and join the Mormon Church even after they die, then it is clear that Mormonism, which teaches this, is Satan's religion. If Mormonism doesn't tell the truth about hell, can its teaching about heaven be trusted?
Mormons claim the greatest speech given was before 20,000 of Joseph Smith's followers in April, 1844. In it, Joseph Smith's descriptions of heaven sound suspiciously like hell. (see for yourself!)
"...and you have got to learn how to be God's yourselves...the same as all God's have done before you...from exaltation to exaltation, until you attain to the resurrection of the dead, and are able to dwell in everlasting burnings...How consoling to...know that although the early tabernacle is laid down and dissolved, they shall rise again to dwell in everlasting burnings...(as) a God and ascend the throne of eternal power the same as those who have gone before." (Journal of Discourse, vol. 6, p.4)
Is the Mormon god really Lucifer, and as a consequence is the "heaven" that Mormons are working so hard to gain really hell? Such a diabolical twist would seem very much in character for Lucifer, who has every right to claim Mormons as his own, since they so willingly and proudly wear the special emblem of his power and priesthoods in life and in death!
This has all just been a very small tip of the iceberg when discovering the truths of mormonism. I leave the final remark for you to ponder.
Joseph Smith said, "I have more to boast of than ever any man had. I am the only man that has ever been able to keep a whole church together since the days of Adam...Neither Paul, John, Peter, nor Jesus ever did it. I boast that no man ever did such a work as I. The followers of Jesus ran away from Him, but the Latter-day Saints never ran away from me yet...When they can get rid of me, the devil will also go" (History of the Church, vol. 6, p.408-409).