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The Future State and Progression of the Planet Earth

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The earth to become a Celestial body, saith the Lord.

 

The earth is a living entity, and also has a spirit. The spirits of the departed go to the spirit of the earth to await the resurrection, saith the Lord. The earth will also die and be resurrected also to a state of "glass and fire" which is a giant urim and thummim . The earth was baptized by total immersion and thus cleansed from all iniquity. This is the law of the Celestial Kingdom and all bodies Celetial must obey this law, saith the Lord to inherit a place on the resurrected earth forever and ever. The earth must also be baptized, not ony by water, through which it has already passed, but must be baptized with fire, which is yet to happen, which aso is the law pertaining to the Celestial Kingdom, saith the Lord. The earth will then die and be resurrected to an immortal state, saith the Lord:

7 But they reside in the presence of God, on a globe like a sea of glass and fire, where all things for their glory are manifest, past, present, and future, and are continually before the Lord. 8 The place where God resides is a great Urim and Thummim.

9 This earth, in its sanctified and immortal state, will be made like unto crystal and will be a Urim and Thummim to the inhabitants who dwell thereon, whereby all things pertaining to an inferior kingdom, or all kingdoms of a lower order, will be manifest to those who dwell on it; and this earth will be Christ's. (D&C 130:7-9)

1 Q. What is the sea of glass spoken of by John, 4th chapter, and 6th verse of the Revelation? A. It is the earth, in its sanctified, immortal, and eternal state. (D&C 77:1) 7 But they reside in the presence of God, on a globe like a sea of glass and fire, where all things for their glory are manifest, past, present, and future, and are continually before the Lord. (D&C 130:7) 

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