For My Mormon Friends

I rarely see Mormons (Later Day Saints/LDS) here in Arkansas but was surprised to learn that there are over 32,000 of them. There are many in California where I once lived and there was a Mormon stake directly across from my High School. A stake is a group of local Church congregations usually meeting in the same place. I still think of the Mormon friends I met growing up. They are generally very nice people but they believe things that are, sadly, not scriptural. I still own each of the four books they consider the “Word of God” including a copy of the original “Pearl of Great Price.”
I think this video not only communicates truth but a concern for Mormons who sincerely believe what they are taught.
If you know little about what Mormons believe, this is a good introduction if you are interested.

Chris Reimers

9 Responses to For My Mormon Friends

  1. SLIMJIM says:

    that was a very good video and Ray Comfort was evangelistic also!

    • Chris says:

      I’m glad you liked it too, Pastor Jim. I know it isn’t shown in this video, but I like the way Ray Comfort uses the law with people to show that they need the gospel. Sadly, Mormon theology as you well know by being a Pastor in California, has a false gospel similar to that of the Catholics (and most false belief systems). If we think we are saved by our good works we are really very lost.
      I pray that God will give us the knowledge and wisdom to help those who are caught up in things like Mormonism.

  2. Tom says:

    Informative video, Chris. Thanks. I hope some Mormons watch it. I live about 20 miles from Palmyra N.Y. where Joseph Smith started the whole thing and I did a lot of research on Mormonism back in the day.

    • Chris says:

      I know about the place well, Tom, as I once studied Mormonism in depth, too. I’ve forgotten much of what I learned but it is hard to forget:

      “As man now is, God once was:”

      “As God now is, man may be.”

      That sums it all up for me. It is like the LDS false gospel in a nutshell.

      I always appreciate your comments, Tom.

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