Living the Christ Centered Life is to place Christ first in Everything we do. To let God be the Lord and manager of our life. We are all given 24 hours each day and we must balance a lot of different things within that 24 hour period of time. We must not place anything before […]
Many people identify with depression by saying words like “I am depressed.” The feelings of hopelessness just won’t seem to go away. That nagging narrator in your head rambles on telling you that you are not good enough, that you will fail, that circumstances in life will not improve. Friends and family in their best effort to help […]
Loved into the Light Shining God’s Light on Mormonism Ch. 16 “Is the Church Safe or Judgmental? “Let he who is without sin cast the first stone.” – John 8:7 God did not come to judge, but to show the way. The Bible says in John 3:17, “God sent his Son into the world not to judge the world, […]
Change starts with education, and this depends on you. If you truly desire a great relationship, learn how to communicate in a way to bring about this great relationship you desire. Have you taken the time to understand the way you and others learn? Do you know your own “Love Language?” How about those that […]
“If one of you should wander from the truth and someone should bring him back, remember this: Whoever turns a sinner from the error of his way will save himfrom death and cover over a multitude of sins.” - James 5:19 Forgiveness is a necessary part of faith. If there is no forgiveness, there is no […]
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Loved into the Light is a powerful emotional appeal to Mormons, ex-Mormons, and Christians of all faiths to take a close and careful look at the religious system they worship in. The book takes the reader on a self-examination journey of their spiritual state to determine if they are truly following God as found in Scriptures or bowing to the tenants of man.
Loved into the Light is about freedom in God and deliverance from the bondage of man. Written from the personal experiences of an ex-Mormon family, it exposes the emotional, mental, and physical damage that is done as a result of laboring under teachings and leadership that contradicts and conflicts with the Bible, the Word of God.
The book covers many different aspects of Mormon doctrine that led to near disaster in the lives of this one Mormon family. It covers topics such as:
- Your calling and true service
- Temple Ordinances
- Mormon Garments
- Eternal Progression (becoming a god)
- The validity of the Bible versus the Book of Mormon
- The Mormon Priesthood
- Racism within the Mormon Church
- And so much more
Not intended to be a Mormon bashing book, Loved into the Light, is in actuality a frank appraisal of the consequences of certain beliefs and doctrines within the Mormon Church and, by extension, the beliefs held in any church. The book is a warning about the dangers of wholeheartedly adopting beliefs and doctrine that are not taught by God through His Word.
It also provides the keys to healing for those who find themselves injured by a religious system. It demonstrates the full love of God and how any person can find deliverance, freedom, and healing from God and His Word.
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True forgiveness is forgetting. God tells us He forgives our sins from the East to the West. “Well, I am not God you say.” God says nothing is impossible with Him. (Luke 1:37) So how do you go about forgetting? It is a process, but God has not left us without a plan. Start off […]