False Prophecy of Joseph Smith

20 April

Conversion of the American Indian Peoples

D&C 3:3 (1828); This passage in the Doctrine and Covenants is Joseph Smith’s prophecy that the Lamanites (Indian people) will all be saved.  This prophecy was given in July 1828.  In D&C 3:3 it says; “Remember, remember that it is not the work of God that is frustrated, but the work of men”. Here’s proof that this prophecy and work is of Joseph Smith and company and not God.  If God’s work cannot be frustrated then the Mormon god would’ve saved these people by now. It’s been 183 years since that prophecy and the Lamanites haven’t been saved, and the majority of those who do convert leave Mormonism within a year after conversion.  See www.cumorah.com for statistical facts on retention rates in South and Central America.

Deut. 18:22; “When a prophet speaketh in the name of the LORD, if the thing follow not, nor come to pass, that is the thing which the LORD hath not spoken, but the prophet hath spoken it presumptuously: thou shalt not be afraid of him.”

It’s pretty evident from Smith’s own words and God’s warning this is a false prophecy and the results of this are for us to disregard the false prophet.

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2 Responses to “False Prophecy of Joseph Smith”

  1. Stan June 6, 2012 at 7:24 pm #

    Your quote of Deut 18:22 is instructive. Its saying that God will not hold us responsible for any personal speculations that a prophet might make in conversation. You will notice that the Lord here does not say he is not a prophet if he does speculate…

    You are quoting a 1828 copy of the Doctrine & Covenants? Why? So we can’t check your facts? No active member alive would ever accept your interpretation of that prophesy either. Sadly, we are aware that 50% retention in this generation is the best we get in the best of circumstances.

    Can you envious hypocrites produce 50,000 nineteen year old teenagers (and their families’ support) that are willing to sacrifice two years of their time and money to share something they believe in? I think not. You have your crosses as a symbol of your Christian belief, and we have the lives of our members (that live it). Which symbol do you think is most important to your Heavenly Father?

  2. thegardensofboxwoodmanor June 7, 2012 at 12:25 am #

    “Can you envious hypocrites….”
    Oh! No, no, no…..Of course we don’t envy….We are v. 17 in Psalm 73 …. We have pity on you that you labor for naught. God doen’t want you to do that…50,000 teenage witnessing false doctrine? That’s terrible.

    Regarding the D and C- Why is it changed so many times? Of course you should know this…

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