As we prepare for the coming times we will be facing an increase in the numbers of people saying they have the answer. Of course, they may not have the answer that is right, but they have an answer. We need to accumulate knowledge on all subjects to better prepare for the next few years, and in order to prepare correctly, instead of just drifting in the wind on a strand of the spiders web. Glenn Beck is a highly popular media talent that says some right things, and because of this he has an ever growing following. But is Mr. Beck saying the right things, or just the right things that people want to hear.

I received the following bulk email from Brannon Howse’s Worldview Weekend Ministry program. I suggest you check out the entire article before you decide whether or not you want to blindly follow this media talent or any other media talent as well. Saying what we want to hear is not necessarily saying the right things. Research the facts behind what you hear on the TV and radio before blindly plunging through the brush after what you think you want to find. You may just run into some critter you’d rather not deal with.

Can We Better Understand Glenn Beck’s Divine Destiny Agenda By Understanding What the Mormon Church Says About The Constitution, America, and the Last Days?

By Brannon S. Howse
www.worldviewweekend.com

Understanding the end-time beliefs of the Mormon Church and their view of America and the Constitution may help us better understand “Glenn Beck’s Divine Destiny”.  Brannon’s guest on his radio program today was Ed Decker, a former Mormon for twenty years before becoming Christian. On today’s program Brannon plays sound bites of a speech given by Mormon President Ezra Taft Benson entitled “Our Divine Constitution” and Ed responds. Please remember that Glenn has said that he is a Mormon and to our knowledge has never publically renounced his Mormon religion.

Glenn Beck said on his TV program on August 26, 2010, that the event on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial on Saturday August 28, 2010, will not be a political event. A few days before this Glenn said the event will not be a Christian event but a God event. What God are we talking about? Is Glenn acknowledging that it is indeed all about a spiritual agenda that has been well laid out by leading Mormon leaders including the now deceased President of the Mormon Church, Ezra Taft Benson? Glenn said that the money for this event was raised months ago. Did the Mormon Church assist in covering the costs for this event and if so for what purpose? Here are the sound bites we played on the radio program today from the speech given by Ezra Taft Benson.

Ezra Taft Benson: I reverence the Constitution of the United States as a sacred document. To me its words are akin to the revelations of God, for God has placed His stamp of approval upon it. I testify that the God of heaven sent some of His choicest spirits to lay the foundation of this government, and He has now sent other choice spirits to help preserve it.

Brannon Howse:  This is out right heresy! We are told in Deuteronomy 4:2 not to “add to the word which I commanded you, nor take from it.” Saying the Constitution is “akin to the revelation of God” is adding to the Bible and is for sure lowering the supremacy of the Word of God and thus heresy. If the Constitution is akin to the Word of God, why has it been changed so many times? Notice also that Taft says that God “sent some of His choicest spirits to lay the foundation of this government.” Understand that Mormons believe that God, who was once a man, has eternal sex with his goddess wives and sends spirit babies to earth and the founders were some of “His choicest spirits.”

Ezra Taft Benson: I have faith that the Constitution will be saved as prophesied by Joseph Smith….It will be saved by enlightened members of this Church-among others-men and women who understand and abide the principles of the Constitution.

Brannon Howse: It is the Mormon Church and “enlightened” Mormons that will save America? If America is to be saved it will not be by the false gospel and false Jesus of the Mormons following the principles of the Constitution that they have elevated to being equal to the Word of God. 2 Chronicles 7:14 says that “If my people, which are called by my name, shall humble themselves, and pray, and seek my face, and turn from their wicked ways; then will I hear from heaven, and will forgive their sin, and will heal their land.” Part of the wickedness America needs to turn from is following the Jesus of the cults or the Jesus of Oprah’s pagan spirituality. The very thing the Mormons are doing, and many Christian Americans are following, will actually not reclaim America but bring God’s judgment.

Ezra Taft Benson: We are fast approaching that moment prophesied by Joseph Smith when he said: “Even this nation will be on the very verge of crumbling to pieces and tumbling to the ground, and when the Constitution is upon the brink of ruin, this people will be the staff upon which the nation shall lean, and they shall bear the Constitution away from the very verge of destruction” (19 July 1840, as recorded by Martha Jane Knowlton Coray; ms. in Church Historian’s Office, Salt Lake City).

Brannon Howse: The Mormon Church, in recent years, has found itself in another public relations problem so Ed Decker says they have backed away from this belief. However, all Mormons know of this prophecy by Joseph Smith and believe the Mormon Church and its “enlightened members of this Church” will restore America’s honor. Sound familiar? Is this the goal of Glenn Beck’s restoring America’s Honor rally? Is Glenn Beck committed to this Mormon movement that will restore America and usher in the “Kingdom of God” on earth?  What does Glenn Beck mean by God? Does Glenn reject the Mormon god that was a man of flesh and bone that evolved to be the God of this universe by living a good Mormon life? Does Glenn believe he can become a god with many goddess wives and populate his own planet? Does Glenn believe that Jesus is the brother of Satan that was voted by a council to come to earth? Glenn has said that 80% of his life revolves around the Mormon Temple. Glenn owes it to all of us that have watched him to answer these questions particularly since Glenn has challenged the president to be clear about his religious beliefs.

Click here to read the complete article, post your thoughts, and hear these sound clips for yourself:
http://www.worldviewweekend.com/worldview-times/article.php?articleid=6452

Worldview Weekend received a phone call today from a nationally known Christian leader thanking us for Brannon’s article which helped him to understand the Biblical reasons why he must not participate in “Glenn Beck’s Divine Destiny” on Friday night. We also received an e-mail from a Christian leader’s office, as well as a phone call from the friend of a Christian leader stating that these individuals have declined Glenn’s invitation to participate in the Friday night service. Please continue to pray that more Christian leaders will make the Biblical decision in an age of pluralism.

Click here for the article: Following Glenn Beck’s Divine Destiny or God’s Word
http://www.worldviewweekend.com/worldview-times/article.php?articleid=6439

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Comments
  1. Jeff says:

    I listen to Glenn Beck and mostly only half listen when he delves into spirituality. I know something of the teachings of LDS; I always assume that those teachings are the basis for what he says of a spiritual nature. It can always be couched in mainstream Christianity terms which will 1. make it all sound palatable 2. lead the unknowledgeable to believe that LDS is just as mainstream as the rest. I am more interested, though, in his researched information regarding Cloward & Piven, the Tides Foundation, ACORN and the otherwise unknown/unfamiliar organizations, for it gives me a starting point to do some reading on my own. That’s where I think he’s been important.

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