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Unveiling Grace

characters Unveiling Grace ☆ E-book, or Kindle E-pub Lynn K. Wilder ↠ 9 review Eshed in Mormonism found their way out and what they can tell others about their lives as faithful Mormons. I bought this book after hearing Micah Wilder speak at our church What God did to bring him out of Mormonism and then most of his family was truly amazing to me Lynn Wilder s book Unveiling Grace was such a fascinating read She starts at the very beginning with how she and her husband originally joined the Mormon church their years of dedicated service and how their children also thrived in the church Dr Wilder relates a story of how entrenched this family was in the Mormon church to the point where leaving the church would mean complete abandonment loss of career and possibly all peace in their life Again and again I was reminded of Jesus words everyone who has left houses or brothers or sisters or father or mother or children or lands for my name s sake will receive a hundredfold and will inherit eternal lifeThere are so many misconceptions and prejudices about Mormonism but Dr Wilder s book handles Mormon culture and beliefs with great sensitivity This is not a tell all book by someone who is trying to get back at Mormonism but a heartfelt account of the family s experiences and their gradual journey to discovering the Jesus of the Bible I found Dr Wilder s account about the opposition they received as a result of their conversion to be interesting It seems that when God works a change in someone s life especially in such a dramatic fashion as the Wilders experience everyone is uick to find any reason other than God s providence to explain it they re on drugs they re unintelligent they re lazy etc It would seem the natural reaction to a challenge to one s beliefs would be rational thought logical reasoning and employing discernment to uncover the truth but often challenges to entrenched beliefs bring a violent reaction from those holding the beliefs further blinding them from the truth that may be out there One of the uotes Dr Wilder included in Chapter 14 makes this point Truth only reveals itself when one gives up all preconceived ideas Shoseki In the end any journey away from love for self and for what man can do to achieve righteousness will result in opposition If the world hates you know that it has hated me before it hated you Jesus I highly recommend this book to anyone At a bare minimum it will give you some background behind why that Mormon missionary is knocking on your door but likely this book may set you on a journey to discover the truth that will set you free

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characters Unveiling Grace ☆ E-book, or Kindle E-pub Lynn K. Wilder ↠ 9 review From a rare insider's point of view Unveiling Grace looks at how Latter day Saints are 'wooing our country. Unveiling Grace The Story of How We Found Our Way out of the Mormon Church was a fascinating look at a family s journey out of Mormonism I ve always been fascinated by different religions and the LDS church is particularly interesting to me since it s American made Lynn Wilder tells the tale of how she and her husband joined the Mormon Church and got totally into it serving in various church offices doing baptisms for the dead and sending their three sons on two year missions Lynn even became a professor at BYU the nation s premiere Mormon university The family was totally enmeshed in Mormon culture living in Utah and being happy along with all the other Mormon families having family nights each week cooking crafting etcBut things began to fall apart when the youngest son went on his mission and challenged by a pastor he attempted to convert began reading the Bible Mormons do read the Bible but apparently not as much as they read the other Mormon holy books Doctrines and Covenants the Pearl of Great Price and other writings of founder Joseph Smith Youngest son became disillusioned and realized that many things he was teaching and living by did not suare with the BibleThis led to a crisis in the family but eventually all of them became Biblical Christians and left the Mormon church As part of this Lynn had to give up her professor job and they moved from UtahI was interested in the various rituals that Mormons have to go through when they visit a Mormon Temple also the power they give to Mormon authorities Some things that intrigued me Wilder discusses that Mormons are not big on crosses as symbols and rarely would wear a cross necklace she makes the analogy if your loved one was killed with a gun would you wear a gun necklace Apparently they want to focus on the resurrection and feel that crosses take away from that Why should we bow down before a cross or use it as a symbol Because our Savior died on the cross the wearing of crosses is to most Latter day Saints in very poor taste and inconsistent to our worship 10th president Joseph Fielding Smith Mormons don t talk a lot about God they call him Heavenly Father They believe that both Jesus and God have bodies of flesh and bones Wilder also mentions that Mormons are told that they are adopted Jews and are even told which of the twelve Jewish tribes they have descended from Once when the family was exploring the Bible they came across Revelation 29 I know about the slander of those who say they are Jews and are not but are a synagogue of Satan Understandably this really freaked them out Mormons actually see Eve eating the apple as a good thing or a fall up as it allowed her to know that people could become like God and yeah this leads into the belief that faithful Mormon men can achieve God status on their own personal planets in the afterlife The end of the book has a fascinating chart listing Mormon beliefs with Mormon holy book references and then contrasting them with Christian beliefs with Biblical references An example pertaining to baptism of the dead For their salvation baptism for the dead is necessary and essential to our salvation DC 12815 Contrast this to 1 Corinthians 1529This book made me sad for Mormons because they seem like such decent good people They have so many works they feel they need to do to achieve higher levels of salvation I think most anyone would enjoy reading this book

Lynn K. Wilder ↠ 9 review

characters Unveiling Grace ☆ E-book, or Kindle E-pub Lynn K. Wilder ↠ 9 review ' with their religion lifestyle and culture It is also a gripping story of how an entire family deeply enm. An inside look at the workings and behavior of MormonsLynn Wilder is no longer a Mormon Her son played a large role in her and her family s conversionThis book pulls the curtain back from a very secretive religion Make no mistake there is plenty to be said about the positive family life and community culture of Mormonism Lynn helps the reader understand exactly what things are like and why they believe what they believeShe also does well at expressing her turmoil when conflicting beliefs entered her family circle When her son comes in direct conflict with her church and leadership you can t stop reading The way this saga plays out over the chapters is like decent reality tv mixed with the better After School specialsWhile the Mormon church was incredibly hospitable to the Wilder family to the point of giving them leadership roles when the doctrine is uestioned all sorts of problems ensueI was intrigued at some of the details of a Mormon service I couldn t believe they sing songs about their founder I was trying to think if Christians sing hymns about Moody or Wesley or Luthor or even Paul or the disciples If they do please leave a comment with the proofThis book is a wonderful eye opener A terrific read for the grace of GodThis book was provided for review at no cost by Zondervan

  • Paperback
  • 367
  • Unveiling Grace
  • Lynn K. Wilder
  • English
  • 09 September 2020
  • 9780310331124

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