Beware of false prophets, which come to you in sheep’s clothing, but inwardly they are ravening wolves. – Matthew 7:15
In the April, 2022 LDS church general conference, Henry Eyring teaches that we can rely on the Savior by having our hearts transformed, becoming meek as a child and making covenants with God. But he makes no attempt to explain the necessary covenant in the Doctrine of Christ, and only teaches that “we gain the promised companionship of the Holy Ghost” by keeping mostly man-made commandments.
At the Bountiful Utah Central Stake Conference held recently, LDS Seventy Kevin Pearson heaps spiritual abuse on church members. First, he uses his religious mantle to unfairly condemn and shut down sincere concerns. Then later he unrighteously passes judgment on missionaries and their parents.
Ronald Rasband and David Bednar show that the church is moving closer to embracing the one world religion and coming together with not only other Christian faiths, but also Islam and others.
In the October 2014 LDS general conference, Russell Nelson said that our sustaining of prophets is an oath-like indication that we recognize their calling as a prophet to be legitimate and binding upon us. This goes completely against what Jesus teaches us in the Sermon on the Mount.
The LDS church has stalled in its growth and President Nelson announced 17 new temples at the April 2022 general conference. To enter them, members must pay 10% of their gross income, imitating the practice of indulgences condemned by Martin Luther in 1517, which offered salvation and forgiveness of sins in exchange for money.
LDS Church Leaders, Dallin Oaks and Clark Gilbert, Do Not Teach Correct Doctrine at the Ensign College Devotional on May 17, 2022. They fail to teach how to follow Jesus Christ and receive the baptism of fire and of the Holy Ghost, which is the first step in the Doctrine of Christ.
David Bendar fails to teach us about the doctrine of Christ and the new and everlasting covenant at the April 2022 general conference, so we can be ready to receive the first comforter, which is the baptism of Fire and the Holy Ghost.
At the April 2022 LDS general conference, Russell Nelson relates a dream he had about the covenant path, but misses teaching us about entering into the new and everlasting covenant. He then talks about Moses receiving the second comforter and completely ignores telling us how we can receive it also.
Here are clips with the most meaty doctrines from the talks of four LDS apostles at the Saturday session of the April, 2022 general conference, Jeffrey Holland, Quenten Cook, Gerrit Gong and Dale Renlund. They do not teach the doctrine of Christ or to come unto Him with a broken heart and contrite spirit.
D. Todd Christofferson does not mention the Baptism of Fire and the Holy Ghost once when teaching about staying firm and steadfast in the faith of Christ. He offers a lot of soft messaging but very little doctrine, fulfilling 2 Nephi 28:4: “and they shall teach with their learning, and deny the Holy Ghost, which giveth utterance”.
In three talks, LDS apostle Dallin Oaks, tosses aside this teaching of the Savior from Matthew 6:24: “No man can serve two masters…Ye cannot serve God & mammon”.
The World Economic Forum is attempting to implement world-wide communism and trans-humanism through evil government leaders, such as Jacinda Ardern. Russell Nelson met with her in May, 2019 and could not stop praising her.
Dallin Oaks said to use the priesthood to heal the sick in 2010, but for the past couple years Russell Nelson and brethren are silent on using the priesthood to heal during the pandemic from 2020-2022.
In October, 1986, President Ezra Benson taught about the Book of Mormon, but he did not talk about any of the principles of the Doctrine of Christ contained in it, such as coming unto Christ with a broken heart and contrite spirit, receiving the baptism of Fire and the Holy Ghost and coming unto the rest of the Lord or second comforter.
Sharon Eubank spoke on March 4, 2022, to a group of international thought leaders at the Horasis USA meeting. Concerning covid, Sharon said technology spread up the spread of disinformation and false narratives and the church has tried to “disseminate trusted information when there’s a lot of confusion.” Because we now know that the vaccines were not “safe” and “effective” and have injured and killed many people, we can see that the LDS church continues to deceive and is aligned with satan’s agenda.
On January 29, 2022, Elder Renlund responded to questions on covid vaccines and the first presidency letter at a virtual devotional for women in Kaysville, Utah. This video contains Elder Renlund’s complete answer. I have prayed, as elder Renlund suggested, about president Nelson being God’s prophet and was told he is not. Can the Holy Ghost give those who sincerely pray about this important matter two opposite answers? I don’t believe so.
At a question and answer session in South Africa on November 22, 2021, Elder Rasband said the prophet’s words urging the covid vaccine supersede those of government leaders who have spoken out against it.
At an event on February 26, 2021, called “Covid Vaccination Challenges: Ethical Imperatives and Local Realities”, Sharon Eubank said she is very moved by how his ‘holiness the Pope’ overlept the difficult barriers about how aborted fetal stem cells are used in developing vaccines. This is pure evil!
Sharon Eubank tells us not to be furious at a Relief Society conference in Spanish Fork, Utah on January 29, 2022, as the LDS Church urges injury and death upon its members.
At a youth fireside in Bellvue, Washington in 2016, Dallin Oaks states that neither he, nor any of the other leaders of the LDS church, have ever had a visitation by any heavenly being.
President Eyring and Elder Holland tell us our revelations from the Lord are not true if they do not align and conform with what leaders of the church tell us because we will not feel “peace” from the Holy Ghost.
Here’s what Brad Wilcox gets wrong in his Alpine youth fireside on February 6, 2022. He’s been giving this same talk for years, it wasn’t an “oops” moment. These statements reflect insensitive attitudes, abusive language and false teachings originating from the church.
Keith Erekson, Church director of historical outreach offered up a full dose of gaslighting and hypocrisy at an Ensign College devotional on February 1, 2022. His talk causes confusion and is a perfect example of gaslighting that we see from church leaders, as he feeds members information that leads them to question what they have learned to be true.
At the October, 2021 general conference of the LDS church, Ronald Rasband gaslights us saying Russell Nelson will never lead us astray as Nelson pushed the deadly pandemic vaccines.
At a question and answer meeting at the University of Virginia on November 12, 2021, Dallin Oaks stated that it’s silly to think that any available, reliable medical evidence, untainted by political considerations, would give anyone a reason to seek a religious exemption from vaccines.
Wendy Nelson triples down on following Russell Nelson in her talk at the California Devotional on February 27, 2022, which was basically the same as what she gave in the Europe Area broadcast devotional a month earler. She just has a pre-prepared message that she tweaks for their audiences, and doesn’t address real issues of what is actually going on in the world.
Russell Nelson says nothing new or prophetic at the California devotional on February 27, 2022 as he repeats everything he said to the European members a month before. He is all about hero worship of him as a prophet, and his words focus on church, process, covenants to keep you active in the church and elevating him as a man. He only mentions Jesus’ name once in this talk.
At the Europe Devotional on January 23, 2022, Wendy Nelson said, “prophets are called by the Lord to do difficult things, to speak unpopular things”. But President Nelson has shown that he is not a true prophet to those with eyes that see and ears that hear, as he aligns the church with the harmful pharmakeia and United Nations agendas, exactly what the world teaches and pushes.
Jeffrey Holland alludes to the secret LDS second anointing temple ordinance for Russell Ballard, Quentin Cook and their wives, at a special conference in London, England on October 31, 2021. Then he says that if they are not sure about being saved, what about the rest of us!
This is an important and interesting excerpt from Elder David A. Bednar’s talk at the G20 Interfaith Forum in October, 2020. He said: “misinformation is a major obstacle in a health crisis… many will be fearful of vaccines. Religious leaders can be helpful in the fight against the coronavirus.”
In a recent stake conference, Dale Renlund lied when he said: “I think that we abhor and oppose abortion and would be opposed to aborting fetuses to support vaccine development or production, but we’re not aware that such has ever been the case.” He is either ignorant or lying. I suspect the latter, since he appears to be well aware of the truth.
At a question and answer session on November 12, 2021 at the University of Virginia, Dallin Oaks stated that the church changes its teaching regarding the LGBTQ lifestyle based on the audience that is being addressed.
At a special conference in London on October 31, 2021, Jeffrey Holland said: “You know, talk about the blind leading the blind, these scriptures have great meaning for us. The older we get, you know, the fellow that fell into the ditch. Well, here we are.”
In a January, 2017 worldwide devotional, Russell Nelson spoke about divine law and said, “for those who break God’s laws, penalties must be paid, divine law must be obeyed.” What he proclaimed then actually condems him now for his actions in 2021-22. God must have a great penalty in store for Russell Nelson for his urging of deadly toxins on the members of the church.
At a worldwide devotional for young adults in January, 2016, Russell Nelson deceivingly declared that the prophet will never lead members astray and that they should always follow him. This includes following the prophet when his teachings contradict what we receive from the Holy Spirit.
LDS Relief Society President Jean Bingham promoted the U.N.’s communist Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) at a “Focus on Faith” discussion in April, 2017. She said the contribution of faith organizations was important in the creation of these goals, which is the United Nation’s satanic agenda for putting the world into great bondage.
Elder Bednar falsely teaches revelation from the Holy Ghost comes from the how we feel or what our emotions tell us and not the light of understanding. In reality, the Holy Ghost gives us intelligence and information, which can sometimes be accompanied by good feelings. Joseph Smith was recorded on 27 June 1839 to have taught: “The Holy Ghost has no other effect than pure intelligence. It is more powerful in expanding the mind, enlightening the understanding and storing the intellect with present knowledge…”.