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Overview Satan's plan was to establish America as headquarters of a socialist, one-world government. God's plan was to take the gospel to the world. What do God's prophets see for the immediate future? (Christian)
Publishers Description Satan's plan was to establish America as headquarters of a socialist, one-world government. God's plan? To take the gospel to the world What do God's prophets see for our immediate future?
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Studio: Xulon Press
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 5.51" Width: 8.5" Height: 0.75" Weight: 0.95 lbs.
Release Date Jun 1, 2006
Publisher Xulon Press
ISBN 1597817015 ISBN13 9781597817011
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On Stealing a Religion Sep 11, 2008
Bill Waits claims to be a modern prophet of God. He claims the American continent was established as a base of operations for God's great latter-day glory. Called to be a prophet in 1975, Waits believes he's at the heart of a restoration of the Gospel and that God's word promises that "Surely the Lord God will do nothing, save he reveal His secrets to His servants the prophets." All of this makes perfect sense for a religion, but Waits has clearly tried to create his own bandwagon by copying one of America's original religions: the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, or, the "Mormons."
Joseph Smith, according to Mormons, was called to be a prophet of God in 1820 as a youth. Ten years later, the LDS church was established in a small log cabin. Apostles were subsequently called, revelations compiled and the Restoration of the Gospel established. But whereas Joseph Smith had witnesses to his works--the healing of the sick, the raising of the dead, the appearance of angels and the witnessing of revelations to fulfill that written: "In the mouth of two or three witnesses shall every word be established," Bill Waits has only his own word. Joseph Smith and other prophets of the Restoration left impressive prophecies that have been fulfilled and can be examined to the letter. Bill Waits has none.
God does not work through the ministrations of only one person. Moses and Enoch had witnesses; Jesus Christ had witnesses. Who did not have witnesses? Mary White, Herbert Armstrong, Charles T. Russell and the host of other false prophets. Daniel 2 speaks of an actual kingdom; Christ spoke of an actual kingdom in the Lord's prayer. Believe Joseph Smith or not, the entire concept of a restored gospel has been established. It has countless witnesses who can attest to it. Whether it be the Book of Mormon, the vision of the degrees of glory, the return of Elijah the prophet--at least one other person was always present to attest that what was experienced was true, and often there was more.
Waits is just another empty suit. Anyone can get robes and a staff and claim revelation; it's another thing to produce witnesses. The Book of Mormon has been around for 178 years now and the finest scholars of biblical literature have been unable to prove it a hoax (see the Fair Apologetics website for info). What does Waits have but his own word.
In short, Waits has stolen the idea of a restoration and has tried to make it his own, without having to put in any effort of his own. He'll have to do more than just write a book and wait for contributions to come rolling in.