Jesus told His disciples that the gates of hell would not prevail against His church. This means that it never fell into apostasy.
I bear witness that Joseph Smith was a false prophet sent from Satan. That the Book of Mormon is not of God, but of the devil.
Mormons say, we have the one true church. Only we can baptize for we have proper priesthood authority.
Before you get the Mormon discussions, let me help you understand how these beliefs are false according to the Bible.
We are warned about not being led by false teachers or doing things in secret. Instead of giving into what appears to be good, we expose them as evil.
We believe in the same organization that existed in the Primitive Church, namely, apostles, prophets, pastors, teachers, evangelists, and so forth.
Mormons believe that God’s one true church is with them and not in churches of Christianity. This is what the devil would want people to think.
The terms gentile and church were never used in the Old Testament. However, they are found in that time in the Book of Mormon.
The first mention of the word “Church” comes from Jesus. He mentioned how it would be formed after the Holy Spirit comes.
The church would begin at a future event. This was the day the Holy Spirit was poured out on the day of Pentecost.
Jesus’s name is not required in God’s church. Read God’s Word and see names like “Church Of the Firstborn” and others.
The importance of priests was to administer in the tabernacle. Those days ended with Jesus and Him setting up His church.
Anybody who teaches their children about Santa Claus is not following Jesus. Those in Christ don’t teach lies to their kids.
We as believers in Christ, are the members of His body. Each person has a gift from God, in which the Lord is able to use in His church.
Truly a church that is on fire for the Lord are also church goers who are loving on, encouraging, praying for, and doing what they can to help one another.
The Mormon Church is false. Every Christian needs to know this, in order to not be deceived themselves and to know how to witness to them
Paul taught about people being divided in the faith. Some would say to him, “I am of Paul; and I of Apollos; and I of Cephas; and I of Christ.”