Thought of the Day about Mitt’s Mormonism and the Presidential Debate
Here in part is what Mr. Romney said;
“We’re a nation that believes that we’re all children of the same god and we care for those that have difficulties, those that are elderly and have problems and challenges, those that are disabled. We care for them.”
Does he personally believe this? It’d be surprising given the fact that he wasn’t raised to believe this and by all indication doesn’t adhere to this philosophy as an active Mormon.
Mitt Romney served his two year stint as a Mormon missionary in France as a young man. I can assure you Mormon missionaries don’t go out proselytizing under the auspices of this mindset. They’re out to convert you to the “one and only true church on the face of the earth” (D&C 1:30).
And besides all that, his comment that we all worship the same god isn’t true either. Certainly the Muslims don’t believe they’re worshipping the same god our Jewish friends do and the Jews don’t believe Jesus is God. The atheists don’t worship any god at all and Satanists worship, well, Satan. Are these examples the same god? I can assure you Jesus isn’t the god of any of these.
Comments like these won’t balance the budget, lower unemployment or gas prices. Comments like these are just another reason I won’t be voting for president this time around.
Mr. Romney’s comment serves as proof he’ll say anything to get what he wants and also serves as another way to lure people into his cult. His shiny veneer persona is a good covering for what Mormonism really teaches. While I sit here and write this I’m staring at a stack of books written by Church leaders that tell the real story behind Mormonism. The Church and the Negro, Miracle of Forgiveness, Jesus was Married, The Seer, etc., are all books filled with lies about God.
Would a Christian really say that we all worship the same God? Immediately I have to say no! God is pretty adamant in the Bible that there’s only one God (Is. 43:10-11), One Savior (Jude 1:24-25), One way to heaven. He (Jesus) told us He’s the way, the truth and the life (John 14:6).
And for the people who will write in to tell me it’s my duty to vote, I have something to add to what I’ve already said on this subject.
When I get to heaven I would much rather talk to God about my non-voting status of 2012 than explain to Him why I endorsed someone who believes in everything I take a stand against here on earth. I’m only here on this earth but for a moment. My eyes are on the prize and I’m in this Kingdom of God for the long haul.
I’ll be voting for major issues locally, but this time around I have to step aside for the presidential choices.
Our mission here at Life After Ministries is to warn people of the dangers in Mormonism. We’re praying people really listen to what this man says and take heed.
With Love in Christ;
1 Cor. 1:18