"THE GOD MAKERS"
In the video you posted the text says “The Mormon Law of Consecration requires … referring to the Mormon belief that civil government will be replaced by a religious government administered by Mormons.” Yes, I have read before that the LDS have a belief about the country of the UNITED STATES WILL be eventually ruled by the LDS. This makes me wonder if LDS who strongly believe that are very excited about a chance for an LDS President of the UNITED STATES.
Then it says “All Mormon church leaders, including Mitt Romney, once a Mormon bishop in Boston, have repeatedly taken this secret oath”.
Now, is Romney going to stick to those beliefs if he becomes President of the UNITED STATES, or would he put the country’s needs and real laws BEFORE his LDS beliefs? The people in the country of the UNITED STATES ruled by all LDS beliefs is indeed a scary thought. OR, has Romney agreed to the wishes of the shadow government rulers and WILL obey them instead of LDS beliefs? I don't think either one of these is a good thing, but I don't think the RIGHT thing (a completely different choice) will happen with either of the present 2 candidates that are likely to "win".
If Romney becomes president and DOES try to insert some of his religious beliefs, that might move faster toward a complete union of church and state with the civil powers dictating what we should believe and act on religiously, which could affect ALL in this country (and don't think athiests would escape that either).
I don't want Obama either! Choice of 2 evils in which one is as bad as the other for different reasons, (but "THEY" have probably already decided).
Bible prophecy does NOT point to the UNITED STATES being ruled by the LDS "church", but this could lead into what it does point to. But then Obama's increasingly connecting the US to what NATO wants, could lead into what the Bible prophesies, also.
Read the book “The God Makers” by Ed Decker and Dave Hunt if you want to know a lot about what goes on “behind the scene” with the Mormons. Actually, they are called “Latter Day Saints” or LDS from the name of their organization “The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints”.
The strangest ritual (in my opinion) is their Temple marriage ritual which is disgusting, FAR from Biblical, and supposedly a man has to do it so he can become a god (IF he does all the hundreds of other requirements). A woman can’t become a god, but she can become a goddess forever bearing child after child on a planet that her husband/god is given.
(my comment here -- So far as I can figure out, if her husband doesn't attain to godhood, apparently she has lost her chance for eternal life.)
Quoting from page 44 of the book – “I even went to the Temple with my husband to prepare for our sealing for eternity. That was too much, I couldn’t believe what went on in there. I hadn’t thought that Christians would do such things. I was so horrified that I told my husband I would never go back in there again.”
Quoting from page 48 – “… In the Melchizedek Priesthood manual for 1984 ‘if we get our salvation, we shall have to pass by him (Joseph Smith): if we enter our glory, it will be through the authority that he has received. We cannot get around him.’”
Also page 48 quoting Brigham Young –“…No man or woman in this dispensation will ever enter into the Celestial Kingdom of God without the consent of Joseph Smith.”
(my comment here – That puts him above Jesus, actually in place of Jesus. That is certainly not Biblical.)
Quoting from page 51 – When Elder S. Dilworth Young, an LDS General Authority (one of the Living Oracles), was asked to define modern revelation, he responded: Modern Revelation is what President Joseph Smith said, unless President Spencer W. Kimball says differently.”
Quoting from pages 62-63 –
The disappointments of Do-It-Yourself Godhood
While the promise that a person can become a god is extremely inspiring to some people at first, the gradual realization that godhood must somehow be earned becomes understandably discouraging. The Bible offers eternal life to everyone who is willing to admit he can’t earn it, and accepts it as a free gift of “God’s grace made possible because Christ paid the full price for our sins through His death upon the cross in our place. In contrast, Mormonism teaches that eternal life is exaltation to godhood and must be earned by the good works of those who thereby prove they are worthy. As D. Harold Goodman told us: “The goal of every Latter-day Saint is to be married as a family unit in the house of the Lord and there receive these sacred blessings that will allow us eventually, if we’re worthy, to dwell and be in the presence of our heavenly Father”.
A person has to be worthy: he has to receive a satisfactory interview from his Bishop and from his Stake President.
That is the only way that we can be with Him (our heavenly Father) to rule and reign with Him. Otherwise, we could not be in His presence.”
For the average Mormon, the strain of keeping several thousand commandments in order to prove his worthiness of exaltation to godhood becomes a burden too great to bear. For example, only 50 percent of the approximately ten million Mormons are considered active members by church standards.