School of the Prophets

Polygamy and Polyamory

“Therefore shall a man leave his father and his mother, and shall cleave unto his wife: and they shall be one flesh.” —Genesis 2:24 Editor’s note: This article contains topics of a more sensitive nature discussing sex and sexuality. Reader discretion is advised.  From the moment the Lord called me to start working on the Church of Jesus Christ in Christian Fellowship, one of the questions I have been asked over and over has been marriage. More specifically, polygamy. It…

0
Read More

The Two Priesthoods

Many often think of the Aaronic or Levitical priesthood as being the lesser priesthood and the Melchizedek priesthood as being the greater. This simplification hides some very important facets of the two priesthoods and how they work together as orders of one priesthood. The Aaronic Priesthood was not instituted with Aaron, but had existed since the days that Levi, the son of Jacob, swore to be a priest to serve his brethren, and his “sons” who entered into the same…

3
Read More

Rechilus

“Thou shalt not go up and down as a talebearer among thy people: neither shalt thou stand against the blood of thy neighbor: I am the Lord.” -Leviticus 19:16 Slander, gossip, talebearer; these are all types of lashon hara (Hebrew: “evil speak“) that fall under the sin of rechilus. The word rechilus comes from the root “rachil,” Hebrew for “a peddler.” This is because a rechilus act is just that: peddling gossip, or ill will towards another. Three Deaths “The…

0
Read More

Nishmat Chayyim and the Fohatic Keys

“In my distress I called upon the Lord, and cried unto my God: he heard my voice out of his temple, and my cry came before him, even into His ears.” -Psalms 18:6 We are called to be stewards over all creation. One aspect that we do not necessarily think about is our energy, because we don’t see it as physical. It is such a part of us we seem to take it for granted. It is our vital force,…

0
Read More

The Tzitzit and the Law

“For behold, by me redemption cometh, and in me is the law of Moses fulfilled.” -3 Nephi 4:47b RAV, 9:17b OPV To Christian’s, Christ’s sacrifice and resurrection marked the end of the Law of Moses. Yet many Latter Day Saints, Mormons, and other Christians of all backgrounds still argue over the relevance of the Law today. For Mormon Kabbalists, the Law is two fold: the spiritual and the practical. For us, the spirit of the Law is now alive in…

0
Read More
Newsletter Signup

error

Help spread the message!

Facebook6k
Facebook