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Witnessing to Mormons

Monday, March 16, 2009

When witnessing to Mormons, remember that Mormons use the same language we use but they give different meaning to Christian terminology.


The angel Moroni, according to Mormon belief.

Mormons use the same terminology that genuine Christians use but they assign different meaning to the terms, based on what they are taught by the LDS church.

1. When a Mormon hears about "Jesus" they think of Him as the brother they lived with in heaven before coming to this world. They do not view Him as the eternal God.

2. When a Mormon hears about "God or Heavenly Father" they think of their literal heavenly parents, their father and mother in heaven, who became Gods.

3. When a Mormon hears about "redemption" or "payment for our sins" they think of a conditional salvation Jesus provided for them and that they must work hard as a married couple to earn their real salvation which is exaltation and Mormon godhood in heaven.

4. When a Mormon hears the "Trinity" they think of three Gods for this earth. To a Mormon, the "Trinity" is not a Trinity in the Christian sense but only a unity of purpose among three separate Gods.

5. And in the back of the Mormon mind is the thought that someday a human husband and wife will become as God is now, exalted to Godhood.

6. When a Mormon hears about the "Cross" they acknowledge and agreed that Jesus died on the cross but they also believe that before going to the cross, Jesus had already made atonement and provided resurrection for Mormons by suffering in the Garden of Gethsemane.

Mormonism is not now and never has been a Christian religion. Mormonism rejects almost every cardinal doctrine of the Bible concerning Jesus Christ and God.

Warnings for authentic Christians.

* It is better to be divided by truth than to be united in error.

* It is better to be hated for telling the truth, than be loved for telling a lie.

* It is better to stand alone with the truth than to be wrong with the multitude.

* It is better to ultimately succeed with the truth than temporarily succeed with a lie.

There is only one true Gospel and the Bible says,

"If any man preach any other gospel unto you than that ye have received, let him be accursed."

- Galatians 1:8

Do you love Mormons enough to witness to them and tell them the truth?


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