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Many LDS will NOT Survive the Cleansing- Source: (LDSAVOW Site)
What Will Be The Key Reason The LDS Members Will NOT Be Able To Survive?
Unprepared? Famine? Plague? Pestilence? No plan? Roving bands of looters? All of those will be contributing factors, but not the factor. No, the one single factor that will cleanse the majority of LDS is unbelief. Not unbelief that the country is imploding, but a lack of faith caused by unbelief that comes from belief in false knowledge. I have been contemplating my research on this problem for some time now and I have been reaching certain conclusions based on what I have read compared with what I have observed.
There are numerous references from various apostles and prophets, and in the scriptures that the Lord's House will be cleansed from iniquity prior to the Second Coming. Many of those references to the cleansing include plague, pestilence, famine, and war. We are told that not even the Saints will escape the coming destruction. There are many “good” Latter-day Saints who will not make it through to the Millennium. Why is that? Because of their unbelief.
We believe in Christ. We believe that he is the Son of God. We believe he gave his life for us on the cross, but for a large majority of members, they don't believe Christ. They do not believe that he can and will heal them, that he will protect them, and help them live through the trials and tribulations of this life, and the tribulations that are yet to come. Why? Because they believe more in the wisdom of the world than they do in Christ's power.
|Brothers and sisters, to have faith in Jesus Christ is not merely to believe that he is who he says he is, to believe in Christ. Sometimes, to have faith in Christ is also to believe Christ. Both as a bishop and as a teacher in the Church, I have learned there are many that believe Jesus is the Son of God and that he is the Savior of the World, but that he cannot save them. They believe in his identity, but not in his power to cleanse and to purify and to save. To have faith in his identity is only half the process. To have faith in his ability, in his power to cleanse and to save, that is the other half. We must not only believe in Christ, we must believe Christ when he says, “I can cleanse you and make you celestial.”|
Stephen E. Robinson
Ensign, April, 1992
This was the case with the apostles. They tried to heal a young boy, who was possessed by a devil. The father brought the boy to the Savior and appealed to him to heal his son. After the devil was cast out, the apostles asked the Savior why they could not cast out the devil. The Savior replied, “Because of your unbelief.” How is it that these men who traveled with the Savior, who watch Him perform miracles and raise the dead not believe Christ? Their problem was that they believed in Christ, but they did not believe Christ.
The apostles were steeped in the wisdom of their day, and they believed more in that wisdom than they did in the power of God. That is the same problem we have today. The Latter-day Saints believe more in science, psychology, and the wisdom of the world than they do in the power of God. The Saints have changed the scripture from, “If there are any sick among you send for the elders of the Church,” to, “Let's go to the doctor first,” and then as an afterthought call for the elders. What will you do when a plague hits that has no cure? For many LDS, they will die because they lack faith caused by unbelief.
The number one cause of unbelief is inherited lies which are “the mainspring of all corruption.” “ It is an iron yoke, it is a strong band; they are the very handcuffs, and chains, and shackles, and fetters of hell.” (D&C 123: 7- 8 Inherited lies are false knowledge; they are the wisdom of the world. You cannot have faith in false knowledge. False knowledge can only generate false faith and false faith cannot save you.