Mormon Missionaries

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Mormon Missionaries

Mormon MissionariesMormonism is a well-disguised Satanic cult that parades as, and is desperate to be accepted as, Christianity.

Is it succeeding?

Type "missionaries" into any internet search engine, click "Search," and then "Images" to see the search result fill with photos of Mormon missionaries: the men in white shirts, neckties, black trousers and black "Elder" name tags, and the women wearing black "Sister" name tags.

How did Mormon missionaries become synonymous with "missionaries"?

1.  Per capita, Mormons field far more missionaries than Christians. The 15.9 million LDS field 70,946 Mormon missionaries, about 2000% more than the 3,619 Christian missionaries fielded by the 14.5 million members of the largest Protestant denomination in USA (see International Mission Board).

2.  Mormon missionaries do more actual work. While Christian missionaries are busy marrying and raising children (see missionary men and women missionaries), Mormon missionaries, mostly 18 to 20 years olds on 2 year (men) or 18 month (women) assignments, are prohibited from even dating, and spend 12 to 15 hours per day, 6.5 days per week proselytizing.

3.  Mormon missionaries are more active than passive. Unlike Christian missionaries, who wait for people to come to their evangelistic meeting, Bible study or church service, Mormon missionaries go and talk to the locals where they live.

What do Mormon missionaries believe?

Mormons believe that Jesus and Satan used to be spirit brothers. They also believe that by doing good works, including serving as missionaries, they will turn into God. A creature trying to become the Creator is what turned an angel into Satan, and is therefore Satanic.

Do Mormons believe the Bible?

Mormonism is built on three Satanic writings that blaspheme God, contradict the Bible, as well as history and archaeology, and also contradict each another: Book of Mormon, Pearl of Great Price, and Doctrines and Covenants. Mormons claim to believe the Bible "as far as it is translated correctly," which they define as not contradicting these three Satanic Mormon writings. Mormon missionaries carry around a Bible but most of them have never delved into it, let alone believe it.

Should Christians avoid Mormon missionaries?

Christians need to engage them, both to get them saved and to keep them from misleading more people into hell with them, especially since the majority of converts to Mormonism are lukewarm Protestants who don't know the Bible. Beware that Mormons can sound Christian, as they use the same terminology as Christians. But what they mean by and believe about the Bible, God, the cross, salvation, etc., is anything but Christian.

What is the best way to engage Mormon missionaries?

No Mormon was ever converted to Christianity because a Christian politely sat through a presentation of their Satanic heresy. And if you sit through it and then begin to pick apart what you just heard, they get upset and/or quickly end their visit. The best way to engage Mormon missionaries isn't to sit through and then get into the weeds of Mormon heresies, but to take the initiative from the beginning of the conversation to simply share the Gospel and challenge them to read the Bible for themselves, perhaps after an initial jolt, if needed, to jostle them out of their comfort zone. Below is a dialogue that can be used.

Christian: "Do you believe that Jesus and Satan used to be spirit brothers?"

Mormon missionary: "Yes."

Christian: "Do you love your mother?"

Mormon missionary: "Yes."

Christian: "Is she a virtuous woman?"

Mormon missionary: "Yes, of course."

Christian: "How would you feel if someone called your mother a whore?"

The Mormon missionary will flinch.

Christian: "You calling Jesus, my perfectly holy Creator, the brother of Satan, the perfectly evil creature, is a far bigger insult than a virtuous human being called a whore."

Christian: "And do you believe that you will become God someday?"

Mormon missionary: "Yes."

Christian: "A creature trying to become the Creator is what turned an angel into Satan, so you trying to become God is by definition, Satanic. Look, you're here doing what you think will turn you into God, but in reality, you're wasting the best years of your life digging yourself into hell and getting others to follow you into it. Have you ever read the Bible on its own without your religion telling you what to see in it?

Mormon missionary: "Yes, I've read the Bible."

Christian: "That wasn't the question. Have you ever read the Bible on its own WITHOUT your religion and its writings telling you what to see in the Bible?"

Mormon missionary: "Well, but the Book of Mormon..."

Christian: "Do you have your Bible with you?"

Mormon missionary: "Yes." (They always carry a copy of the King James Version.)

Christian: "Could you please read Revelation 22:18-19?"

Mormon missionary: "For I testify unto every man that heareth the words of the prophecy of this book, If any man shall add unto these things, God shall add unto him the plagues that are written in this book. And if any man shall take away from the words of the book of this prophecy, God shall take away his part out of the book of life, and out of the holy city, and from the things which are written in this book."

Christian: "God closed the Bible with that dire warning to add or delete nothing from the Bible. God is perfect, and therefore can and did protect His Bible. So set aside everything else, and read just the Bible, as God's personal love letter to you, which it is. Read the New Testament before the Old Testament, and start with the Gospel of John."

Then share the Gospel with them. You can also refer them to the videos below, and to this study on John. In return, they will offer you a copy of Book of Mormon and even insist that you accept it. If you do, they will consider their mission accomplished, at least in part, so decline it, firmly if needed, both to keep them on the hook, and also because the book is Satanic.