Wednesday, August 31, 2005

Another Mormon Temple Groundbreaking Story, Involving Faust, Donations And An 8 Year Old Little Boy!!

At the groundbreaking ceremony, Elder W. Craig Zwick of the Seventy and president of the Brazil Area remarked, "It was heartwarming to see about 50 buses that had been used to transport the people, and to see the people assembled on the hill; it was a multitude of faithful saints. The whole experience felt Pentecostal." Referring to a letter from an eight-year-old boy, who had worked hard to earn a $100 donation to help with the construction of the thirty new smaller temples announced in April conference, President James E. Faust observed that he and a man who sent in one million dollars that same day "[would both] be equally blessed for their faithfulness, regardless of the size of their donation" (Church News, 9 May 1998).

Campinas, Brazil Temple Groundbreaking

Well, with the Faust and gold fillings story in Brazil, Hinckley in Panama demanding tithing, Faust in Peru just a few weeks ago saying, “You have to earn another temple”, nothing should surprise us and we know just who these men are. I wonder how the little boy felt to hear that some man had sent a million dollars when he had scraped and sacrificed for a meager $100? They are greedy, disgusting thieves!! These men are cold, calculating and evil!! They literally rob from the poor, in the name of God, to give to the rich, themselves!!

Then you read or listen to the tithing talk by Elder Lynn G. Robbins Of the Seventy, from the April Conference where he says, "if a destitute family is faced with the decision of paying their tithing or eating, they should pay their tithing."

Then you look at Septembers Ensign and Friend magazines and guess what is covered? You got it, tithing!! The Church is obsessed with tithing and always will be. They just want more money, no matter how they get it or who they take it from. They'll buy gold fillings out of poor peoples mouths, show them around to congregations and take $100 from an 8 year old little boy, just to continue to build their palaces and further their kingdom of fraud, deception and greed!!

It is truly a very sad state of affairs!!

Samuel the Utahnite

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At Tuesday, December 19, 2006 1:43:00 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Tithing is a biblical law. I don't see how asking people to obey God's law is greedy. Fromw hat I understand everyone in the Mormon Church in leadership is layman, none are paid, so how are they getting rich as you claim?


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