Theodore's World: Shocking and Impotant Quotes to Know Regarding Joseph Smith and LDS

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April 28, 2019

Shocking and Impotant Quotes to Know Regarding Joseph Smith and LDS


This quote is nothing less then total shocking and blasphemy!!

Church leaders have instructed “Our salvation is contingent upon our belief in a living prophet and adherence to his word. . . . His words, above those of any other man, ought to be esteemed and considered by the Church as well as the world.” [24] D&C 135:3 suggests that “Joseph Smith . . . has done more, save Jesus only, for the salvation of men in this world, than any other man that ever lived in it.”

Brigham Young: “…no man on the earth can say that Jesus lives, and deny, at the same time, my assertion about the Prophet Joseph.”

Ezra Taft Benson: “Like the mission of the Savior, “a lamb slain before the foundation of the world,” Joseph was truly foreordained to his great mission…. I testify to you that Joseph Smith was and is a prophet of God…, a God-like prophet of the Lord, a truly noble and great one of all time.”

Thomas Monson asserted in a 2005 General Conference that “Joseph was arrested on trumped up charges.” Verifiable history suggests that he indeed abused religious and governmental authority before destroying the independent press which revealed inconvenient truths.

Now read about William Law and what he had to say................... This man woke up finally to how phony and horrible Joseph Smith was as a leader and as a person.

William Law ......William Law was a successful Canadian who invested in real estate, lumber, and construction. He was quickly appointed as second counselor in Joseph’s presidency but grew uncomfortable with Smith’s secretive practice of polygamy, establishment of a secret theocratic political kingdom (Council of Fifty), and Smith’s possible role in the attempted assassination of Governor Boggs.

William lamented, “The greatest mistake of my [life was my] having anything to do with Mormonism. I feel [it to] be a deep disgrace and never speak of it when I can avoid it. For over 40 years I have been almost entirely silent on the subject and will so continue after this. Accept my kind regards.”

The day following Smith’s murder, Law wrote, “One of Joe Smith’s weakest points was his jealousy of other men. He could not bear to hear other men spoken well of. If there was any praise it must be of him; all adoration & worship must be for him. He would destroy his best friend rather than see him become popular in the eyes of the Church or the people at large. His vanity knew no bounds. He was unscrupulous; no man’s life was safe if he was disposed to hate him. He sat the laws of God and men at defiance. He was naturally base, brutish and corrupt and cruel. He was one of the false prophets spoken of by Christ who would come in sheep’s clothing but inwardly be a ravelling [sic] wolf. His works proved it. One great aim seemed to be to demoralize the world, to give it over to Satan, his master; but God stopped him in his mad career & gave him to his destroyers. He claimed to be a god, whereas he was only a servant of the Devil, and as such met his fate. His wife was about as corrupt as he was.”

Posted by Wild Thing at April 28, 2019 01:16 PM

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