LDS: Nominal Mormons Become Servant Angels
Doctrine and Covenants 132:15-17; “Therefore, if a man marry him a wife in the world, and he marry her not by me nor by my word, and he covenant with her so long as he is in the world and she with him, their covenant and marriage are not of force when they are dead, and when they are out of the world; therefore, they are not bound by any law when they are out of the world. 16 Therefore, when they are out of the world they neither marry nor are given in marriage; but are appointed angels in heaven, which angels are ministering servants, to minister for those who are worthy of a far more, and an exceeding, and an eternal weight of glory. 17 For these angels did not abide my law; therefore, they cannot be enlarged, but remain separately and singly, without exaltation, in their saved condition, to all eternity; and from henceforth are not gods, but are angels of God forever and ever.”
Matthew 22:30; “For in the resurrection they neither marry, nor are given in marriage, but are as the angels of God in heaven.”
I’ve said it many times before, and I’ll say it again today. Mormons are some of the smartest people you’ll ever meet, proving Paul’s argument in Ephesians 6:11-12. Our struggle isn’t again flesh and blood, but the powers, and principalities of the air. Sadly, being smart doesn’t always transfer over into the spiritual realm…
In light of that phenomena, we’re asking the Mormon people consider some of the following questions for the day –
1.If you were created by the Mormon god to be a person, how does this god change someone into an angel?
2.Are there Biblical passages showing God would do this to a nominal believer?
3.Since Mormons don’t believe in the Christian God, why do they use the Bible? Why not create some other writing, and call it something other than the Bible?
4.Outside of Joseph Smith’s self-proclamation of authority, and ‘revelation’ from God, where did he receive the know-how to ‘re-interpret’ God’s holy word?
5.Are any extraneous sources available outside the LDS Church that either verifies, or speaks favorably of, Joe Smith’s claims?
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