Exalting Joseph Smith

The Life of Joseph Smith, the Prophet, pg. 21; “It was a part of Joseph Smith’s mission “to combat the errors of ages; to meet the violence of mobs; to cope with illegal proceedings from executive authority; to cut the Gordian knot of powers; to solve mathematical problems of universities with truth—diamond truth.” He performed a work, “not pagan ire, nor tooth of time, nor sword, nor fire, shall bring to naught.” The Prophet’s life was exalted and unselfish. His death was a sealing martyrdom, following after that which was completed upon Calvary for the redemption of a world.” – George Q. Cannon

1 Cor. 3:11; “For other foundation can no man lay than that is laid, which is Jesus Christ”.

Romans 11:26a; “And so all Israel shall be saved: as it is written, There shall come out of Sion the Deliverer…”

These two verses should serve as answers to the Mormon people that Joseph Smith wasn’t all he or the leaders purported him to be. 

Notice what Paul says in Romans; the deliverer will come out of Zion and then in his epistle to the Corinthians where he said no one can lay a foundation on anyone or anything but Jesus Christ! It sounds as if this LDS leader is building upon Joseph! 

What missionary do you know that’s been called to “cut the Gordian knot of powers”? Good grief…Jesus never bothered Himself with such nonsense. Jesus’ focus was solitary. He came to do what the Father had Him to do and nothing else. 

The life of Joseph Smith was filled with money laundering schemes, marriages to under-aged girls, polygamy, marrying married women, a life on the run from the law of the land and not to mention all the lies in the form of false prophecies he told to the unsuspecting people who believed him!

Pray for those who would read and believe the lies in this book by Mr. Cannon. If you need a Mormon to pray for who does read this stuff, start with my mother, her name is Vickie.  Thanks and God bless!