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Well-financed Break-off from the LDS church plans to build Mormon Temples Worldwide

The Church of the Firstborn Westwood, a break-off from the LDS Church, plans to build Mormon Temples worldwide. starting in Utah and California. The purpose will be “to present the Temple Endowment untampered as the Prophet Joseph intended.” The church currently has a 30 million dollar budget to build one Temple in Utah. Representatives are looking at potential sites near Salt Lake City.

Church spokesperson Louisa Beaman answered the following questions:

How do you regard the LDS church; and LDS leaders?
Our view is that the LDS Church is tasked with teaching first principles to the world at large along with administering the first saving ordinances such as Baptism for the remission of sins to those who request this work. Unfortunately, the LDS church has rejected the Temple Endowment as restored by the Prophet Joseph Smith so the Father has taken the Keys to direct the administration of this blessing away from the LDS leaders and has given those Keys to a people called out of the LDS people.
As the prophet Joseph tells us “the ordinances must be kept in the very way God has appointed, otherwise their priesthood will prove a cursing instead of a blessing.” The LDS leaders have rejected “major indexical gestures” in the temple ordinances. This rejection disqualifies those leaders from holding the directing keys to those ordinances inasmuch as "they obey not mine ordinances" thus saith the Lord.
For example the initiatory washing of parts of the body cannot be performed as a “symbolic only” washing any more than Baptism by immersion could be performed without the total immersion of the person in the waters of baptism. The “indexical gesture” of washing each part of the body is lost--the “gesture” essential to making the covenant is lost.
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