“So, you guys REALLY think there are prophets on the earth today?!”


Some people have a hard time accepting Mormons’ claim that there are apostles and prophets on the earth today.  I can understand where they are coming from. It sounds a little far-fetched, right?  Or perhaps it comes off as blasphemous.

Allow me to pose the following question:

Assuming that God exists, why could He not speak to man?  Why should we limit His abilities (especially if he’s done so in the past to ancient prophets like Moses)?


“Surely the Lord God will do nothing, but he revealeth

his secret unto his servants the prophets.”

Amos 6:7


God is not dead, nor doth he sleep!

-Henry Wadsworth Longfellow (19th century American poet)


God lives.

And there ARE prophets on the Earth today!




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7 responses to ““So, you guys REALLY think there are prophets on the earth today?!”

  1. Christ was the last prophet he is our king he is our god no one comes to the father but by him
    him is Christ not joseph smith

  2. I do not even mention Joseph Smith in this post. I 100% agree that no one comes to the Father but by Christ. Prophets help reveal God’s words to us. The scripture that I mentioned in the book of Amos in the Bible clearly states this to be true. Mormons do NOT worship Joseph Smith. We worship Christ and Heavenly Father. Prophets help them communicate with us. Thanks!

  3. You disagree with the scripture in the Bible? You disagree that God could communicate through prophets if He desired? I’m trying to understand what exactly it is with which you disagree.

    • I see what you’re getting at. However, Christ is no longer physically on the earth, so there is still a need for prophets, ESPECIALLY in these last days. Thanks for your input, friend. This will be the last comment on this thread.

      • anon-lol- is anyone truly anon anymore, we all got pwned

        nah, this looks like the last comment; Bobby, if your gonna argue her, a reference, a two word reply? Respect intelligence, especially the good kind

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