Here at LAM we’re always looking at the latest news put out by the Church so we can inform our readers what’s going on and in turn they have the tools to witness to their Mormon loved ones.
We’ll be listing Melissa’s Visiting Teaching Messages in conjunction with the LDS Presidency’s Messages and any other news they come out with here to make it easy when you want to know the latest!
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Jesus’ divine attributes of compassion & kindness were the topics of this month’s VT Message. Sadly, they overlooked the main subject matter with the biblical references they used and that is; Jesus is God.
Hands down, this is one of the worst talks given in Mormon history. Linda Reeves, 2nd counselor of the RS, told members their #1 priority was to help the Mormon god bring more babies into the world.
Charity and love were the topics of Jesus’ divine attributes for October. Can Mormons fully appreciate the message of charity and Jesus’ love if they have the wrong Jesus?
This month’s messages focuses on the divine attributes of being meek and humble.
Why is striving to be more like Jesus is used as a way to guilt people into following their gospel and the their prophet more than it is used as a way to encouraging them to follow Jesus.
Mercy and forgiveness is a free gift for the Christian, but in Mormonism you have to earn forgiveness. Why is that?
June was supposed to focus on the attribute of Christ and His virtue. However, the lesson was more about making sure you ‘garnish your thoughts with virtue’, instead of pointing out how or why Jesus is virtuous.
Can wedding bells solve your problems?
April was a continuation on the attributes of Christ. It was also a lesson of exhortation for members to be without guile. We’re wondering if they consider lying to potential converts as being without guile…
Why is patience an attribute of Jesus and why didn’t the Church describe this in their VT Message?
Why was Jesus sinless? Is it possible for man to live a sinless life?
This month’s lesson was supposed to focus on the attributes of Christ, but all we found is another list of things Mormons must do to be saved.
Is Jesus really the Prince of Peace for Mormons?
Why has the Church told everyone they don’t believe men will get their own planet someday? This goes against everything they’ve taught!
Sustaining the prophets was the topic Melissa chose for this month’s subject matter. We have one question. How do you sustain a prophet when the Church has told us to disregard some of the teachings of past prophets?
Is Jesus really the bread of life for Mormons?
Is Jesus the comforter for Mormons today? How does he do this?
If Jesus is Savior then why are works for salvation necessary?
Is Jesus really the advocate for Mormons?
Why do Mormons consider themselves to be saviors of mankind? Isn’t that Jesus’ job?
Why would God want Mormon women to emulate Eve? An LDS apostle told female Mormons she should be their role model. Really?
This month’s message focuses on Jesus being the Good Shepherd. How can he be the Good Shepherd when forgiveness has to be earned and not granted just as salvation?
The Divine Mission of Jesus Christ. Understanding the differences between the Jesus of Mormonism and Christianity.
“Come Join with Us” is the message that Melissa chose to look at since there isn’t any official Visiting Teaching msg this month because of the General Conference. Mr. Uchtdorf gives reasons why people should join Mormonism and also tells members why they should doubt their doubts.
Divine Mission of Jesus Christ; Creator. This is a watered down message of the Mormon Jesus, but Melissa gives the real details of what they believe and why they don’t tell the whole truth.
Being spiritually and temporally self-reliant is a form of rejecting God!