Wednesday, March 6, 2019


Yesterday, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints changed the names of its major websites to reflect President Nelson's emphasis from his conference address a year ago., the church's main page, has now changed to,

But why has it taken so long to change the website? It has been almost a year.  And why did the Church decide not including the word 'The' in the new URL? In fact, if you type in the new domain name, it will still point to the home page. The press release said that it will take a few months to fully replace I hope they get this solved because we don't want to give Satan any more victories.

As far as the new website, if I were to conduct a survey, which one would you choose?

I think the top one is ALOT better. So why go with the bottom one?

Well maybe because there already exists a Church called The Church of Jesus Christ and they already own the website...  And maybe it has taken so long to change because the Church has been trying to buy/negotiate with the already existing website .... but it failed.

Below is a screenshot of website for I can't help but think this might be a problem for the Church because this Church is so much like the LDS Church. In fact, The Church of Jesus Christ also believes in the Book of Mormon, baptism by immersion, laying on of hand for the Holy Ghost, ..  in fact almost everything the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints believes.  

Here is the complete list of their Articles of Faith. 

·         We believe in God: the Father, Jesus Christ-His Son, and the Holy Spirit.
·         We believe The Church as established by Jesus Christ has ordained officers consistent with the scriptures, that the believers possess the signs promised to them, and that this Church/Kingdom will remain upon the earth until the end of time.
·         We believe the Bible and the Book of Mormon to be Holy Scriptures telling of God’s relationship with the human family. These two scriptures jointly convey God’s dealings and plan for mankind.
·         We believe that divine inspiration is an indispensable qualification for the preaching of the Gospel.
·         We believe that The Church of Jesus Christ is patterned exactly as is represented in the scriptures including the following ordinances and practices:
§  Baptism by immersion
§  Laying on of hands for the reception of the Holy Ghost
§  Lord’s Supper
§  Feet washing
§  Anointing the sick with oil and praying over them
§  Ordaining all spiritual Church Officers
§  Blessing of children
·         We believe obedience to the Gospel is necessary to obtain salvation by taking the following actions:
§  Believe and have faith that Jesus Christ is the risen Savior of the world
§  Repent of your sins with a desire to sin no more
§  Be baptized by immersion in water for a remission of sins
§  Receive the Holy Ghost by the laying on of hands
§  Live righteously, remain faithful, and endure to the end of your life
·         We believe that the Lord God continues to reveal His will through the power of the Holy Ghost.
·         We believe that the resurrection of Jesus Christ established resurrection for all mankind.
·         We believe that marriage between a man and a woman is a holy institution.
·         We believe that many pure and precious tenets of Christ were eventually changed in the early centuries of The Church of Jesus Christ, and that God restored the Gospel of Christ in its fullness.
·         We believe that God has promised many blessings to all who love and serve Him, and that He will remember His covenants to the House of Israel.
·         We believe in the second coming of Jesus Christ to occur at the end of the world – with the First Resurrection - and that He will wed His Bride, The Church, and gather unto Himself all the righteous

I am wondering if the only difference is the requirement for their members to stand when their leaders walk into a room.