Romans 1:25 “Who changed the truth of God into a lie, and worshipped and served the creature more than the Creator, who is blessed for ever. Amen.”

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints has tried once again to pull the wool over everyone’s eyes. They’ve gone to extraordinary lengths using Gladys Knight in a full scale musical production to pat themselves on the back for allowing blacks into the priesthood 40 years ago.

We’re taking a very brief look at the Church’s official newsroom announcement to show why this is nothing but more of the same. Below are two noteworthy statements we pulled from their news release. To read their article in full see ‘Be One Celebration Optimism Overcoming Prejudice,’ June 1, 2018.

LDS prophet, Russell Nelson opened the ceremony with the following proclamation –

“Only the comprehension of the true Fatherhood of God can bring full appreciation of the true brotherhood of men and the true sisterhood of women…”

This is absolutely 100% true, it’s just too bad they refuse to comprehend the true Father, and His Son whom He gave for our sin. Until the Church repents and changes their ways, the ugly stain of racist doctrines will continue to override their shiny productions.

“President Oaks, who was president of Brigham Young University at the time…observed the pain and frustration experienced by those who suffered these restrictions and those who criticized them and sought for reasons. I studied the reasons then being given and could not feel confirmation of the truth of any of them, … I determined to be loyal to our prophetic leaders and to pray…”

Wow, oh wow, oh wow. I’m so very sad for this man, but more so for those he’s led away from Jesus. My mother is the first person that comes to mind for me. In essence Mr. Oaks admitted he didn’t believe any of his prophets, but chose to obey them anyway. This can only mean he turned his back on the God who can save; Jesus.

Pray the walls of lies continue to fall, and people open their hearts to the Real Jesus!

With Love in Christ;


1 Cor. 1:18