It’s pathetic just how excited I get about the Snufferite movement and all their ridiculous attempts to please God.
They now have a Temple Fund– on gofundme.com no less!
Oh boy here we go…
Those following Snuffer– and yes they are following him– have some serious blind spots.
I have laid out every reason why the Snufferite movement is not God setting his hand again the second time…
I have not received a single rebuttal. The snufferites love their prophet and the fuzzys they get listening to his BS.
Denver Snuffer is Satan’s modern day masterpiece.
A polygamy preaching racist like James Harmston isn’t gonna do the trick anymore.
You need someone who claims Joseph never commited polygamy…
That’s the kind of thing that believing Mormons need to hear if they’re gonna leave the corporate LDS church.
[With that said, I don’t actually care if anyone stays or leaves the LDS church.]
This post I am going to explain why Snuffer’s temple is BS.
Is this going to change the mind of any potential Snufferite??
they are just like the Mormons who refuse to read anti-Mormonism because it might damage their testimonies…
But for someone like me, who years ago was torn between all the many voices in the world, I think it may prove useful.
Before reading any further, please take a look at the previous posts I’ve done about temples:
Part One: the fulness of the gospel
Part Two: Kirtland
Part Three: Nauvoo
Part Four: the redemption of zion
I feel like I need to reiterate something very important that I covered in Part Three of this series.
A huge controversy in Mormondom is whether or not the church was rejected by God.
Did the Saints finish the temple in Nauvoo or did they not?
I made the case that they didn’t. But I also made the case that it was never the temple that they were commanded to build in time.
They were commanded to build the Nauvoo House! That DEFINITELY wasn’t built in time; it basically wasn’t built at all – LOL
Honestly, I am very quite proud of the series I wrote. I wrote those on my mission. It still boggles me how I was able to wrap my mind around the temple controversies.
Anyway, enough gloating.
Why is it significant that it was the House not the Temple being commanded in Section 124?
Because the Snufferites still don’t know the difference between the two!
This proves that Denver doesn’t know what he is talking about; and his attempt to build a “temple” will not be in accordance with God’s will.
I have explained the difference and meaning between the houses of God.
House of God = for ordinations to fulness of priesthood (and baptisms for dead)
House/Temple of God = for sanctification
If Denver was legit, he would be building a *House of God, not a temple, to ordain people to the fulness of the priesthood.
THEN they would build a house/temple to receive sanctification which would enable them to be in the presence of the Lord.
They should be creating a fund for both a House and a Temple to receive the fulness of the gospel.
However, Denver claims he already holds the fulness of the priesthood AND he claims he’s already seen our Lord…
What an idiot. What’s the temple even for?
Oh yeah, a stupid masonic cermony…
I’m now going to break down Section 124 in detail to prove what should be obvious.
23 And it shall be for a house for boarding, a house [the Nauvoo House] that strangers [seed of Abraham/strangers in a strange land] may come from afar to lodge therein; therefore let it be a good house, worthy of all acceptation, that the weary traveler may find health and safety while he shall contemplate the word of the Lord; and the cornerstone I have appointed for Zion.
24 This house shall be a healthful habitation if it be built unto my name, and if the governor which shall be appointed unto it shall not suffer any pollution to come upon it. It shall be holy, or the Lord your God will not dwell therein.
25 And again, verily I say unto you, let all my saints come from afar.
26 And send ye swift messengers, yea, chosen messengers, and say unto them: Come ye, with all your gold, and your silver, and your precious stones, and with all your antiquities; and with all who have knowledge of antiquities, that will come, may come, and bring the box tree, and the fir tree, and the pine tree, together with all the precious trees of the earth;
27 And with iron, with copper, and with brass, and with zinc, and with all your precious things of the earth; and build a house to my name, for the Most High to dwell therein.
28 For there is not a place found on earth that he may come to and restore again that which was lost unto you, or which he hath taken away, even the fulness of the priesthood. [still referring to the Nauvoo House!]
29 For a baptismal font there is not upon the earth, that they, my saints, may be baptized for those who are dead—
30 For this ordinance belongeth to my house, [Nauvoo House….] and cannot be acceptable to me, only in the days of your poverty, wherein ye are not able to build a house unto me. [Saints no longer in poverty; therefore, they must build the temple before performing baptisms for the dead and/or receiving the fulness of the priesthood.]
31 But I command you, all ye my saints, to build a house unto me; and I grant unto you a sufficient time to build a house unto me; and during this time your baptisms shall be acceptable unto me. [during this time regular baptisms are acceptable, NOT baptisms for the dead]
32 But behold, at the end of this appointment your baptisms for your dead shall not be acceptable unto me; and if you do not these things at the end of the appointment ye shall be rejected as a church, with your dead, saith the Lord your God.
33 For verily I say unto you, that after you have had sufficient time to build a house to me, wherein the ordinance of baptizing for the dead belongeth, and for which the same was instituted from before the foundation of the world, your baptisms for your dead cannot be acceptable unto me;
34 For therein are the keys of the holy priesthood ordained, that you may receive honor and glory.
35 And after this time, your baptisms for the dead, by those who are scattered abroad, [the future LDS church] are not acceptable unto me, saith the Lord.
To me it is clear as day that this is the Nauvoo House not the Nauvoo Temple. There is no change of subject at any point in those verses. One more piece of evidence is verse 22, “Let my servant George, and my servant Lyman, and my servant John Snider, and others, build a house unto my name, such a one as my servant Joseph shall show unto them, upon the place which he SHALL show unto them also.”
Before Section 124 was received, they were already building the Nauvoo Temple.
The Nauvoo House needed to be shown them!
Verses 51-55 refer to the Nauvoo Temple.
Then Verse 56 goes on and talks about the Nauvoo House for another thirty verses… That’s what Section 124 teaches. What does Denver teach?
Snufferites, where are you?
Tell me where I’m wrong.