LDS Church Scandal

This prediction has happened. However its not a preacher but the church itself.

PREDICTIONS ON 9-23-15 “The Mormon preacher is lying, the money is all gone. A massively substantial swindle.” — Spirits Voice

Prediction: Our Father is Coming Then I had a visual of the ground being unearthed, large boulders were turned over.  “Our father will expose the hidden lies and deceit, share them with all of you.. hand it to you.. saying do with it as you wish.”

“God is coming.. our father is arriving.”

11 responses to “LDS Church Scandal”

  1. Shay Greer Avatar
    Shay Greer

    Eric, is an earthquake a concern in this scenario? Also, my natural reaction was to create a group of people to gather support to tax the church…some members of this church are saying I have begun a hate group when that is not my intention… Will the will of the father be made more clear? “do with it as you wish?”??? It’s entirely unethical and has been exposed for a reason I believe.

    1. Eric Leigh-Pink Avatar

      Hi Shay, this is Gods will. To solve the problem ourselves. It is our problem and we as a race need to fix the problems we produce. Are you explaining your intent to these individuals?

    2. T W Longtime Lurker Avatar
      T W Longtime Lurker

      In my opinion best solution for now is to revoke tax exempt status from non profit organizations who violate the law.

  2. T W Longtime Lurker Avatar
    T W Longtime Lurker

    We need the truth. Thank you God.

  3. T W Longtime Lurker Avatar
    T W Longtime Lurker

    1) Non profit organizations are required by law (in the US) to make their financial statements available to ANYONE that wants to see them.

    2) Assuning the LDS is compliant with #1, if the financial statements did not disclose the $100 billion reserves then the LDS is screwed. The IRS should confiscate ALL the assets.

    3) If it were up to me I would use the money to fund housing and other social welfare programs. After a thorough investigation of course. I think that is fitting. Don’t you?

    4) I would also make LDS reimburse the government for costs of the investigation.

  4. Lovewarrior Avatar

    I don’t think it would surprise anyone that there’s corruption and money laundering in religious establishments. This is on such a large scale that it’s hard to even wrap your mind around.

    1. Eric Leigh-Pink Avatar

      That is a lot of money.

  5. Trevor Avatar
    Trevor

    “Vatican Uses Donations for the Poor to Plug Its Budget Deficit”

    “What the church doesn’t advertise is that most of that collection, worth more than €50 million ($55 million) annually, goes toward plugging the hole in the Vatican’s own administrative budget, while as little as 10% is spent on charitable works, according to people familiar with the funds.”

    https://www.wsj.com/articles/vatican-uses-donations-for-the-poor-to-plug-its-budget-deficit-11576075764

    1. Trevor Avatar
      Trevor

      “Why Franklin Graham’s salary raises eyebrows among Christian nonprofits”

      “(RNS) Franklin Graham’s annual compensation of $880,000, revealed in a Charlotte Observer story, has some worrying that too many top Christian nonprofit leaders as well as pastors are seeing themselves as CEOs instead of as God’s servants.”

      “CEOs at the top 50 U.S. charities, including Samaritan’s Purse, earn in the $350,000 to $450,000 range, which makes Graham’s $622,000 salary from his aid organization alone about 40 percent to 50 percent higher than average, according to a Forbes story. He receives the rest of his $258,000 compensation as CEO of the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association.”

      https://religionnews.com/2015/08/18/franklin-grahams-salary-raises-eyebrows-among-christian-nonprofits/

      1. Eric Leigh-Pink Avatar

        Very un- Christ like.

        1. T W Longtime Lurker Avatar
          T W Longtime Lurker

          They have a program where they pass out donated shoes overseas. Few people know the organization forces the children to listen to a religious message if they want to get the shoes. If they refuse to listen they do not get shoes.

          Jesus Christ never made people listen to his message in exchange for his help. The Bible records 2 instances where he helped non Jewish people. They are the only 2 people recorded to get thus message from Jesus: they have great faith.

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