No  Priesthood for Cain until Abel has His Own Planet 

The Church and the Negro, pg 48-49; “It was a great tragedy for Abel to be killed and thereby prevented from having any offspring. It is written that the blessings of exaltation consist in “the continuation of the family unit in eternity” and a “continuation of the seeds forever and ever.”  Abel was unrighteously kept from establishing any family ties or of being the progenitor of a great nation. The children that were to come to earth through the lineage of Abel had to be redirected through other lines. Abel was thus denied a tremendous blessing of having millions of spirits descending from him. Until Abel can have seed and until they have an opportunity of receiving the Priesthood, Cain’s descendants will not be allowed to have that Priesthood. Wilford Woodruff tells us, “…until the seed of Abel shall be redeemed…Cain shall not receive the priesthood, until the time of that (seed of Abel’s) redemption.

The obvious question is, “When will Abel’s seed be redeemed?” It will first of all be necessary that Abel marry, and then be resurrected, and ultimately exalted in the highest degree of the Celestial Kingdom so that he can have a continuation of his seed. It will then be necessary for Abel to create an earth for his spirit children to come to and experience mortality. These children will have to be “redeemed” or resurrected. After the resurrection or redemption of Abel’s seed, Cain’s descendants, the Negroes, will then be allowed to posses the Priesthood.”

Romans 16:17-18; “Now I beseech you, brethren, mark them which cause divisions and offences contrary to the doctrine which ye have learned; and avoid them. 18 For they that are such serve not our Lord Jesus Christ, but their own belly; and by good words and fair speeches deceive the hearts of the simple.”

Nonsense like this Mormon teaching will lead many astray. There is nothing in the Bible telling us that Abel lost his priesthood when he died! It was indeed a tragedy when Cain murdered his brother, but to suggest he was going to have his own planet someday or to have children in heaven is nothing short of blasphemy. 

Pray for your Mormon loved one and find a time in your busy schedule to sit with him/her to explain this passage to them. 

I always found it comforting when I was a Mormon when my Christian friends would take time out of their day to teach me something about Jesus directly from their Bible. It always made me come up with more questions to ask them but it helped give me confidence that I could go to Jesus with my list of questions without feeling condemned and that was always nice.