Monday, November 16, 2009

The Story of Joseph Smith , his first vision and the Coming forth of the Book of Mormon - The Restoration -

Foreword: If God would permit false Christs and false Prophets to abound upon the earth, the law of opposites would suggest that there should be a hero commissioned by Jesus Christ to be a "true prophet" to rebuke the false teachers and restore "the truth" lest God be an unfair and unjust God, allowing Satan 100% reign upon this earth. God will not allow Satan to completely monopolize all the influence of man unchallenged!

"The Prophet of Days"
The Coming forth of that great messenger, even Joseph Smith. The messenger of the restored gospel. He whom the angel visited; that same angel who brought with him the "Everlasting Gospel" as spoken of by John in his book, "Revelations." (Rev. 14:6)

Since the days of Joseph Smith the prophet, he has repeatedly been accused of being a false prophet. Even Old Testament prophets warned us of false prophets. And it is his suggestion that his people "love it" when this false prophet arrives because he will not invite them to do good nor will he have them follow the counsels of God. (Jer. 5: 31)

If a prophet is popular among men, you must needs suppose that he is a "false prophet" for God's prophet has NEVER been a popular one. The more he does for mankind as pertaining to "Lead Men and Women" unto Christ, the more he is reviled. Opponents to the Prophet Joseph Smith have NO idea that they help make his cause by "speaking of him for evil, as the prophet Moroni promised him that he would.

This was his life. Joseph weighed the costs. He at one point could have said, "Uh, never mind God. I just want to be a humble farmer. Let this cup pass from me and give it unto another." but this would have frustrated the designs of God even unto the prophecies of Joseph, who was sold into Egypt and those of all the holy prophets who surely prophesied of the "Coming of this messenger who should prepare the way of the Lord. For all prophecy pointed to our day and the coming forth of that "Great Latter Day Work" spoke of by Daniel, Isaiah, Malachi, and John the Revelator. Joseph Smith was a man who turned the "Christian world around a complete 180 degrees unto the true path of the Lord.
This messenger would hold the keys necessary to restore the Gospel of Jesus Christ once again upon the earth! and that the Lord would suddenly come to his temple, just as Malachi had predicted regarding the latter-days. Joseph Smith stood upright before the Lord, even though he was chastened and tested, he stood up and accomplished his mission, sealing his testimony of the savior in his own blood. Joseph Smith did what Jesus Christ commanded of him and he waivered not. He is truly the Lord's messenger sent back to reclaim Israel and make his paths straight before them and there shall come a day where "every knee shall bow, every tongue confess that Jesus Is The Christ" and Christ will recognize brother Joseph as his latter-day prophet before God, Angels and the rest of the family of Adam.
All who followed the prophet wisely will endure eternal blessings. All who reject his prophetic calling shall never enjoy them thenceforth and forever... for like the parable of the bridegroom, Christ will say unto them, "I know you not." for they did not come when he did call for them!

"And now, after the many testimonies which have been given of him, this is the testimony, last of all, which we give of him: That he lives!
For we saw him, even on the bright hand of God; and we heard the voice bearing record that he is the Only Begotten of the Father—
That by him, and through him, and of him, the worlds are and were created, and the inhabitants thereof are begotten dons and daughters unto God."

(Doctrine and Covenants Section 76: 22-24)

By their fruits, ye shall know them. My brothers and sisters. I testify to you that this man was a prophet of God and that he is the "Prophet of the Last Dispensation" and the one who helped usher in the "fullness of times."

God saw fit, amongst all things which had transpired and that would transpire to see fit that prophets should return to the world and provide their influence once more that mankind would no longer be henceforth as children, being tossed to and fro, and carried about with every wind of doctrine.
If God would permit false Christs and false Prophets to abound upon the earth, the law of opposites would suggest that there should be a hero commissioned by Jesus Christ to be a "true prophet" lest God be an unfair and unjust God, allowing Satan 100% reign upon this earth. A God that would do that wouldn't be the same God as in yester years.
Just as when the villain shows up, a hero is prepared to confront that villain and in like manner, God raised up a prophet unto the nations to dispute the claim which Satan had upon all the hearts of the children of men and forevermore would testify that God is the same today, yesterday and henceforth FOREVER. Even the God of Abraham and of Isaac and of Jacob, even the God of Israel in whom I put my faith and trust in forever, Amen!

Jesus Christ has given me a holy calling to proclaim repentance unto the world. I testify that this account is true and as a humble servant of the Lord Jesus Christ, unto all who are able to receive this message, know this! There are no accidents! You came to this page for a purpose. God has allowed you the sight to see and the ears to hear and if you be found as honest believers in Christ, you will also believe my words for I truly testify of Jesus Christ, the only means by which mankind may be save. In and only through his merits may man look to in order to have forgiveness from their sins and return once again unto the father.
This I testify in the name of Jesus Christ, Amen.

(New video coming soon! Look for, "False Prophets Shall Abound!" during the month of November. Until then, enjoy a first glimpse of the "mission of the boy who would become the prophet." and through him would all the blessings of Abraham be restored and bestowed upon the Children of Israel once more.

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