Nephi’s Faith was in Magic Ball, not God

11 June

 1 Nephi 16:28-29; “And it came to pass that I, Nephi, beheld the pointers which were in the ball, that they did work according to the faith and diligence and heed which we did give unto them. 29 And there was also written upon them a new writing, which was plain to be read, which did give us understanding concerning the ways of the Lord; and it was written and changed from time to time, according to the faith and diligence which we gave unto it. And thus we see that by small means the Lord can bring about great things.”

Hebrews 11:6; “But without faith it is impossible to please him: for he that cometh to God must believe that he is, and that he is a rewarder of them that diligently seek him.”

This is one of the many examples in Mormonism that brazenly displays their love for occult practices, and not God Almighty.

It’s also one of the topics in Mormonism that absolutely breaks my heart. The author of Hebrews didn’t beat around the bush when he said God rewards those who come to Him.

How can you please God by putting faith in a magic ball? Where is Jesus in all this?

This should be a wakeup call to all Mormons of how they need to take stock in whom, or what, they’re worshiping. This magic ball, or the Liahona as Mormons like to call it, is nothing but a form of sorcery and has no place in the life of a true believer.

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