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Change Indicates Apostasy

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Changes in belief testified to in audio clip played at the beginning of the show,  indicate apostasy of majority and show a difference in belief concerning "Second Declaration" which was wheeled out in 1978, to the present.  Change from "God changed his mind" in 1978 to the present: that Brigham Young and Church then are now considered to be "not of God".  This indicates "strong delusion" sent to them.  Church consensus now thus consist of "vagaries and foolish notions":

67 Therefore give heed unto the words which I have caused that they should be written and put into the world, for they verily teach of the particulars and laws which must be obeyed and may not be abrogated in the least by the foolish vagaries and notions of mankind upon the points of my doctrine, which doctrine was instituted for the salvation of my children from before the foundation of the world upon which thou standest, for I the Lord God am the same, yesterday, today, and forever and am no respecter of persons.  The Revelations of Jesus Christ, Section 1.

8 And this light doth not vary, neither is there any shadow of change according to this law.

9 And it is by this standard that ye perceive the world.

10 For if the light were variable, then ye could not see with thine eyes and ye would become lost in the world.

11 And so it is with spiritual things, for they are judged also by this same light.  RJC, Section 159

 And he that teaches error and leads men from the path of truth is committing one of the greatest crimes that it is possible for man to commit. If he, through his teachings, is presenting false doctrine, and leading men astray from that which is eternal truth, away from the kingdom of God... for which he will have to answer at the judgment seat of God. Rulon T Burton

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