Joseph Smith & Brigham Young

Jesus said "Beware of false prophets" (Matthew 7:15) and the Apostle John warned that "many false prophets are gone out into the world" (1 John 4:1). How do we identify a false prophet? A key test is to examine the prophecies he or she has made in the name of the Lord. If a single one of those prophecies fail to come to pass, the speaker is identified as a false prophet and we are not to pay any attention to them (Deuteronomy 18:20-22).

< http://www.irr.org/mit/wdist/false-prophecies.html >

Through these false prophets a church was created and made to extend its influence around the world. Now with over 12 million members, all of which contribute 10% of their yearly income to the church, the Church of Latter Day Saints has become a powerful tool of lies and deceit that has blinded its members to the truth and is presenting itself to the rest as being "the one true church".

Yes the church does a lot of good in many communities, but that is all part of their deception. Through good deeds it is far easier to win the hearts of would-be members and lure them into an organization built on lies while all at the same time avoiding the scrutinizing eyes of the rest of the population.

It is very unfortunate that so many good-hearted people have fallen prey to the deception started by Joseph Smith and continued by Brigham Young, both who have proven themselves to be false prophets throughout their lives.

It took me years to break free of the web of lies that had imprisoned my mind and soul and now I am trying my best to open the eyes of anyone who would listen to the evils of this church.  Know that the Mormon / LDS missionaries have been trained to lie to earn the trust of people and bring them into the faith.  Missionries have been lied to just as much to be made to believe that they must do all that they can to save these lost souls while in truth they are only serving a very well hidden evil in what is the heart of the Mormon / LDS Church.
ScottShaw ScottShaw
31-35, M
May 7, 2012