Saturday, March 29, 2008

Doctrine and Covenants Student Study Guide

Doctrine and Covenants Student Study Guide: "Doctrine and Covenants 43:2–5—Only the President(pope) of the Church Receives Revelation for the Whole Church

Regarding the principles of revelation in the Church, President James E. Faust, a counselor in the First Presidency, explained:

“Continuing revelation and leadership for the Church come through the President(pope) of the Church, and he will never mislead the Saints.

lol It's not funny. It's blasphemous really. Just like Catholic doctrine, the LDS pope is infallible. ONLY Jesus Christ was that. And Paul warned the saints for 3 YEARS, with tears day and night that after his departure grievous wolves would enter in, not sparing the flock. This garbage says just the opposite -completely contradicts the Word of God that liveth and abideth forever. This says that the saints need "not" to watch for grievous wolves, cause their "man" is watching and he's infallible... Scary. Surely more people will be in hell because of false religion than any other thing.


“. . . Individual members of the Church may receive revelation for their own callings and areas of responsibility and for their own families. They may not receive spiritual instruction for those higher in authority.

Of course not! That would mean that they actually had brains and were using them. That would mean they could actually take out the Word of God and see for themselves if the men they were entrusting with leading themselves and their families to heaven(or hell) were wolves or false prophets.

“. . . Those who claim direct revelation from God for the Church outside the established order and channel of the priesthood are misguided. This also applies to any who follow them” (in Conference Report, Apr. 1996, 6; or Ensign, May 1996, 7)."

Of course. Thank you for explaining that president pope. Repent or perish.

What's the point of having Mormonism even? Why don't they just all become Catholics and be done with it?

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