Jan 28 2022
Episode 4: 1/27/22 -- Jan. 2022: When the Church of Russell M. Nelson of Latter-day Saints became more emboldened in its worship: Four examples in one month alone.
As I wondered in my last post, why is it that the Church isn't mentioning God, his gifts, powers and promises, in any of their mentions regarding Covid? Now you know: We have "a prophet" (which, parenthetically, has not prophesied one thing that I'm aware of). A prophet whose words outrank those of Joseph Smith's. When he points, it's with power. When he speaks, it's as if you are hearing Jesus Christ. And as long as he lives, you should follow him, not God. It's clear to me that Elder Nelson wants to be positioned to a status that's on-par with Jesus Christ. Otherwise, he would be condemning such exalted descriptions and examples of him. Here's what the Lord said about such people: "For whosoever exalteth himself shall be abased; and he that humbleth himself shall be exalted." And what about those who follow -- and encourage others to follow -- such man-made gods? Here's the Lord again: "They seek not the Lord to establish his righteousness, but every man walketh in his own way, and after the image of his own god, whose image is in the likeness of the world, and whose substance is that of an idol, which waxeth old and shall perish in Babylon, even Babylon the great, which shall fall." And Nephi: "Cursed is he that putteth his trust in man, or maketh flesh his arm, or shall hearken unto the precepts of men, save their precepts shall be given by the power of the Holy Ghost." And Pres. Kimball: "Whatever thing a man sets his heart and his trust in most is his god; and if his god doesn't also happen to be the true and living God of Israel, that man is laboring in idolatry."
January continues to be a month in which church members are celebrating the transcendence that is Russell M Nelson. Here are four examples of where the church's "prophet," even Russell Marion Nelson, allowed members to put him on a plane that supersedes Joseph Smith and is on-par with God.