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Definitive Discourse on Apostasy: A Reading from the Revelations of Jesus Christ, Section 2

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Definitive discourse on apostasy of the Latter-Day-Saints (Mormon) as per revelation from Israel's God. Reading from The Revelations of Jesus Christ, Section 2 concerning the way which the Lord handles the President of the Church anciently and in modern times, as in the case of Eli anciently, and Spencer Kimball contemporaneously. Smitten by the shaft of death as the Lord says contemporaneously. Office of the Lord's anointed anciently, in the case of Nathan the prophet, through whom David's wives were given anciently, separate from the Church. Lord's anointed separate from the church contemporaneously. Duane Crowther's quote: ''An assumption frequently made is that the authors of the prophetic books of the Old Testament were the constituted authorities of the Church in their eras. This, however, was not always the case. Some of them were even considered rebels by the religious leaders of Israel in their days. Jeremiah was one such prophet who stood outside of the Church. The established Church, through its Priests, even attempted to put Jeremiah to death. Micah, Amos, Hosea, and Zephaniah were also prophets who were critical of corruption within the Church. These Old Testament prophets did not speak as representing the Church, but as representing the Lord. Though the prophets may have held the higher Priesthood authority, there is no Biblical indication that the general Church membership of that time was aware of it." Thus Saith the Lord; Duane S. Crowther, p. 148.

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