He ‛s right, J.B. Right here in
Luke 4: 24 “ And he said, Verily
I say unto you, No Prophet is
accepted in his own country.
 
  And again in John 4: 44 “ For Jesus
himself testified, that a Prophet hath no honour in his own country.
 
  Whose side are
you two on ?
 
     
  People don ‛t like being told what they are doing wrong and being called
to repent. They feel that Live Prophets criticize them too much and are
meddling in the way they want to live their lives. They want to make their own
choices without feeling guilty if it ‛s not what the Prophet has advised. *
 
     
  No thanks,
I don ‛t
want to.
 
     
  4 ) Defines which Prophets are
most important.
 
     
  If making a choice is necessary, “ which
one is the most valuable to the living :
Dead Prophets or Live Prophets ? ”
 

* 1 Nephi 16:2, Mosiah 18:20, Alma 42:29

 

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