When Joseph Smith Jr. walked into the grove to pray, after reading James 1:5, he had a miraculous experience. We are told that he was asked not to join any of the denominations he had explored. Why not?
In the Latter Day Saint movement men and women are called of God as "apostles, prophets, pastors, teachers, evangelists, and so forth" to help move individuals, congregations, churches, and the kingdom forward in Christ.
Some common warning signs of a cult or unscrupulous individuals may include demands for complete obedience, isolation from friends and family, intense pressure to recruit new members, claims of exclusive knowledge or authority, or financial exploitation.
After speaking to Jason, David inquired of the Lord for a revelation as to Jason's role in the Last Days. As a prophet, Jason had received revelations and great strength…
Early in the morning of May 3, 2023, David was awoken by the Lord and conversed with Him regarding things that should come to pass. He was told to get up and write the following revelation to the future churches of the Fellowship of Christ.
Revelation given to David May 30, 2023. David had been praying on the Sealed Book of Mormon and the problem of causing a division by revealing the parts of the book hidden by its publishers.
The Fellowship of Christ is a community of Christians worshipping God, loving all, and fostering a welcoming, safe space where all of God’s children can grow a personal relationship with their Creator.
In the Latter Day Saint movement, a prophet or prophetess is generally seen as one in contact with God, called to speak on the Lord's behalf, serving as an intermediary with humanity.
Tsohar is a collection of books that includes translations, revelations, and other divine writings.
"To the descendants of Joseph, to be kept hidden from the World until the Last Days: By the Power of YHVH, these Plates of Brass shall not perish, neither shall they be dimmed by time..." -Title Page
There are a number of differences between the Book of the Law of the Lord and the plates of brass translated as the Books of Moses or the Stick of Ephraim.
One question I hear quite often is, why didn't God mention the LGBTQ people in the scriptures? I would say that God did by treating them as actual people and not separating them out as we do in modern society.