I left the Mormon Church
After many years of my life has been spent attending the LDS church every Sunday there has been many questions on my mind about the church. There have been many facits and concerns leveled by people of other religions, and I must say that they have finally broken through the barrier of my soul.
I have always wondered why people of other faiths have felt the need to spend so much time and effort coming up with one lie after another about the LDS Church, and the conclusion that I have come up with is that it is the truely established church of Christ in the last days! Ha, ha, ha, ha! I'M STILL A MORMON SUCKERS!!!!
I don't know why anyone would ever consider leaving such a Christ centered Church. I think it's because the church requires alot of effort out of people who say they believe in Jesus Christ. The church embraces the principle of "doing," and that is alot for those of us who only want to give lip service and not actually live a Christlike life.
In my opinion the LDS Church is so correct to the teachings and doctrines of Jesus, that if there were no Mormons then there would be no God, and our lives would be just one big cozmic coincidence. However I do continue to believe in God because of the LDS church!
Oh by the way, in keeping with the title of this thread so not to be accused of false advertising, I did stop going to church for a short period of my life, and like the penetant prodical, I had much to be forgiven of however I managed to find my way back to the truths of the gospel. To this day I am in good standing with the true Church of Jesus Christ in these the latter days.
Al and Donny
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