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Elijah must come again to restore the Fullness in this last dispensation
Just a few months prior to the revelation to build the Nauvoo temple (Jan. 19, 1841, D&C 124) Joseph had prophesied that Elijah would come again! He referred to a future time saying, “when the priesthood is restored with ALL its authority, power and blessings.” This statement would suggest that it was not ALL, at that time, present in Nauvoo. Also, that there was another dispensation yet to come. Joseph prophesied:
“Elijah was the last prophet that held the keys of this priesthood, and who WILL before the last dispensation, restore the authority and delive[r] the Keys of this priesthood in order that all the ordinances may be attended to in righteousness.” (Words of Joseph Smith, Andrew Ehat, p. 43)
 Certainly there are ways to determine if a man is a true prophet and if his message is from God. So why do men fail to understand the difference between the true prophets and the false ones? Simply because they lack the gift of discernment and the spirit of prophecy themselves. If prophets are acting under the influence and spirit of God, then it takes the spirit of God to determine that which is of God and that which is not.
Furthermore, "nothing is a greater injury to the children of men than to be under the influence of a false spirit when they think they have the Spirit of God." (T.P.J.S., p. 205) Even the men who think they are prophets are deceived because they too lack the spirit of God. The many religious creeds and the multitude of powerful ministers and preachers can be (and usually are) mistaken.
On the other hand, it is also a great injury when men in high positions of wealth and learning claim that prophecy and revelation have been done away, when in reality the Lord is communing with prophets. They are ignorant of the word of prophecy. The things of God can be understood only by the spirit of God.
Men have performed miracles, as the magicians of Pharaoh did for Moses, but that did not prove they were sent of God. Jesus said that "Many will say to me in that day, Lord, Lord, have we not prophesied in thy name? and in thy name have cast out devils? and in they name done many wonderful works? And then will I profess unto them, I never knew you: depart from me ye that work iniquity." (Matt. 7:22-23)
We will discuss the Testimony of the Prophet Joseph Smith which is recorded in the Introduction of the Book of Mormon.
Jesus was Married written by Ogden Kraut.
1.Introduction page 5. 2.Marriage and Celibacy page 6. 3.Rabbi Jesus page 10. 4.The Gospel Law page 16. 5.The Canaan Marriage page 29. 6.An Everlasting Covenant of Marriage page 38. 7.The Ancient Practice of Plural Marriage page 52. 8.Jesus and His Posterity page 79. 9.Conclusion page 100.
"Did Jesus ever marry?" This has been a disputable question sometimes arising against the popular opinions of today. Tradition has formulated an opinion, popular with modern Christians, that Jesus never married. Objectors to His marriage contend that He was not subject to the same laws, ordinances, or principles which are otherwise imposed upon the rest of mankind. Some oppose His marriage by purporting that marriage is sinful in its nature—that marriage involves a base, animalistic or sensuous practice, and that the union of the sexes is an evil regardless of the conditions. Thus the popular consensus prohibits Jesus from complying with the ancient law and practice of marriage. Christianity today teaches a celibate Christ. The reasons for believing in the marriage of Jesus, rather than in celibacy, are more logical, and to a great degree more valid, through the light of prophecy, history, and revelation. However, those who make reference to or boldly assert that Jesus was married will usually arouse a cry of "blaspheme" from the modern Christian. Despite the popular opinions and the pious modesty of our society, a careful investigation may prove interesting, if not advantageous, in the quest for an answer to this relevant question. To read along click link. http://www.ogdenkraut.com/Jesus%20Was%20Married.htm or http://www.ogdenkraut.com/bookavailability.html
But my Lord says, Because these people approach me with the mouth and pay me homage with their lips, while their heart remains far from me--their piety toward me consisting of commandments of men learned by rote--therefore it is that I shall again astound these people with wonder upon wonder, rendering void the knowledge of their sages and the intelligence of their wise men insignificant. (Isaiah 29:13-14)
Moroni 8: 23-24
But it is mockery before God, denying the mercies of Christ, and the power of his Holy Spirit, and putting trust in dead works.
Behold, my son, this thing ought not to be; for repentance is unto them that are under condemnation and under the curse of a broken law.
This is our day. It is time to come out from under condemnation, out from the curse of a broken law or group covenant. The Lord is beginning to render void the knowledge(consisting of the commandments of men, learned by the traditions of fathers and taught as doctrine) of leaders and scholars among the LDS, and working through small and simple means to bring to pass greater things! written by The Admin on the Face Book Group LDS Remnant.
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