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SEE FULL STORY FOUND AT the MormonKey.Com website. Has the Mormon Church failed to embrace the only surviving handwritten Book of Mormon Testimony penned by John Whitmer, the most important co-founder of the LDS Mormon Church? Nothing has been mentioned of this sacred discovery officially by the Mormon Church or the re-named Community of Christ Church at Independence, Missouri.
Please contract the appropriate Elders of these respective churches and ask them why?
Do they no longer believe in the true gospel that they espouse to all?
Have they become hypocrites to the sacred doctrine that Church co-founder and first historian John Whitmer believed in all of his life till the day he met his maker?
Why does it seem that the Mormon church has given a deaf ear to the founding gospel as upheld by co-founder John Whitmer?
Are these Churches about to enter the period of their greatest schism: one that may become irrevocable? (Added JUNE 25, 2018)
The Hill Cumorah at Palmyra, New York is where the story of the “Book of Mormon” begins it’s sacred emergence.
The Gold Plates of Nephi had been buried at the Hill Cumorah in North America ever since AD 421, which was some years following the final battle between the Nephites and the Lamanites.
It was after this event when the prophet General Mormon of the Nephites passed to his son Moroni the historical record he had made additional entries to.
Mormon had asked his son, the Angel Moroni, to guard the sacred gold plates for future mankind long after his death.
Centuries later, in the 1820’s, Angel Moroni appeared before a young Joseph Smith, Jr. and eventually showed and then presented to the young prophet Smith the Gold Plates of Nephi.
Angel Moroni’s father Mormon asked him to keep safe the gold plates until the appropriate time was deemed suitable for their revelation to become manifest.
Within the Gold Plates of Nephi, the writings contained a history dating back to approximately 2200 BC spawning from the area of the world by the Red Sea and the biblical lands surrounding it.
This was at a time long before the appearance of Jesus of Nazareth, and even before Soloman’s Temple that work on this historical record began. It was in the early days of the Judaic faith.
Accordingly, the “Book of Mormon” claims that by 500 BC a small group of Nephites and Lamanites traveled separately over a great ocean by boats to the Americas. Prophet Mormon carried with him the historical record of Nephi he had made on thin gold leaves or plates.
Smith was commanded by Angel Moroni to transcribe and publish these collected works contained on the thin gold plates presented to him.
This fascinating saga began at the Hill Cumorah.
(Copyright 2016 by Richard Warren Lipack)
This video work is for educational purpose and intellectual enlightenment.
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