Vice-President? Not Good


As the election of our presidency and vice-presidency grows close, I would once again like to mention the reality of Mormon laws and ordinances with regard to the White House.

The Mormons have a huge commitment to their prophet. In order to remain in good standing with the church and maintain a temple recommend, and become a god, it is imperative that each member does what the prophet says to do. This includes any Mormon president or vice-president. Romney has the potential of being a vice-president of this country. If he does get a seat in the white house, he would be required to follow the direction of the Mormon prophet, or whatever "revelation" the so-called prophet has been given. The Mormons believe that the United States will be run by the "Holy Priesthood." This is not a thing to take lightly. It is very serious. If the American people give the Mormons this chance to be in "authority", all Americans would be subject to follow the Mormon prophet indirectly. I can't stress this enough. Someone needs to let those in Washington, DC know that this would be a tragic mistake at best for our country!

Read America's Mormon Destiny posted on 12/08/07 in my blog.


Jeff July 31, 2008 at 9:18 AM  

handmaiden, I know you’re just trying to get hits with this controversial stuff, but seriously…. Latter-day Saints teach that the Declaration of Independence and Constitution of the United States are inspired documents—inspired by the same God that continues to lead His Church. Furthermore, we believe that a significant portion of the reason for this country to even exist was so the Gospel could be restored to Earth.

Do you see where I’m going here?

You state that if Romney were to get elected, “all Americans would be subject to follow the Mormon prophet indirectly.” Unfortunately for this statement, the so-called “Mormon prophet” (to use your slur) has always been bound by the inspired document known as the Constitution of the United States.

In other words, if Romney’s election would make “all Americans … subject to follow the Mormon prophet indirectly,” then so would McCain’s. Or Obama’s. Or Clinton’s. Or any other individual that swears to uphold the Constitution of the United States of America.

Besides, wasn’t it Romney that okayed the bill redefining marriage in Massachusetts, in direct opposition to the Church’s position and instructions?

handmaiden August 7, 2008 at 12:39 AM  

My intentions here are to inform people of some of the hidden realities of the Mormon church, not to acquire "hits" as you say. Very few Mormons, as well as non-Mormons, are aware of the church's goals and practices. It is forbidden by the leaders of the church for any of its members to challenge church teachings or risk excommunication. Mormon prophets, seers, and revelators take on the responsibility of spiritual discernment for an individual and the church body as a whole. Just as in other cults, church members are supposed to blindly follow the direction of church leaders. When it could mean the ruination of our country, the American public deserves to know that Mormons must follow the dictates of the Mormon prophet when making important decisions. One of the ultimate Mormon goals is to have the constitution rescued by the priesthood from utter destruction.
In one breath Joseph Smith states that the constitution is founded in the wisdom of God, and in another breath JS states that he finds fault with the constitution in which it is not broad enough to cover the whole ground. JS, at one point, led the public to question whether or not his intention was to overthrow the United States Constitution or invade Mexico to establish a Mormon colony there. (Teachings of the Prophet Joseph Smith, Joseph F. Smith, Deseret Books, pg. 326)
Please read my posts titled: Unquestioning Obedience; The Thinking has been done; A Savior of the Constitution; Mormon Truth-Lyndon Lamborn, Mormon Apostate?; White Horse Prophecy.

Jeff September 9, 2008 at 8:20 AM  

handmaiden, I’ve just responded to your post entitled “The Thinking has been done.” Hopefully this response will correct some of your obvious misconceptions about the role of the Christian prophets.


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I spent a lot of time deciding if I should write this blog or not. I'm not a great writer and I'm not going to pretend to be. I need to share what I have learned and I might not make some people happy with what I am saying. This blog is a way for me to release the thoughts and feelings that come with knowing I grew up in the wrong religion. A healing process if you will.

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Handmaidens Creed

1.I believe in God the Father, Jesus Christ, and the Holy Spirit as one God without beginning or end.
2.I believe the Bible to be the Holy Inspired word of God with full truth and righteousness. No other writing is.
3.I believe that the work of the Lord comes first. Before any temporal thing or person.
4.I believe that grace is a gift and Christ gives that gift freely to all who believe.
5.I believe that the beauty of a woman is contained inside of her and not by what she looks like on the outside.
6.I believe that marriage is sacred and represents the Godhead on earth; two are one just as three are one.
7.I believe that love is more powerful than any other power. Remember, God is love.
8.I believe that tithing is not a part of God's new covenant, free will offerings are. And that doesn't mean just money.
9.I believe that the Aaronic, Levitical, and Melchizedek priesthoods are abolished and Christs Holy Priesthood whom Christ is the "Great High Priest" is eternal.
10.I believe that every believer is a priest in the "Priesthood of Believers".
11.I believe that when two are one, nobody is to separate the one.
12.I believe that Christ is the only way to heaven.
13.I believe that our bodies are temples, not man made buildings.
14.I believe that liars make fools out of others and the liar hates the fool.
15.I believe that all believers are in authority to preach the gospel.
16.I believe that the word 'organization' to describe Christs body is evil and has no place with God.
17.I believe the Americas are not the land of Zion and Christ will return to His origonal land-Israel in the Middle East.
18.I believe that God has set out correct ways of worshiping Him, not man.
19.I believe in holding to the truths of the Bible and not mans understanding of it.
20.I believe that the world is full of evil and Satan can easily gain control over the minds of those who do not profess Christ of the Bible to be their only Messiah.
21.I believe that Saints are those who know the real Savior, Jesus Christ, of whom the Bible speaks of; not the jesus of a cult.