So your prophets are equals? Give me a break. Their is a leadership ladder (rank) in the Mormon church.<quoted text>
I guess I'm not sure what point you are trying to drive home.
In our church, we do not judge each other's worthiness as members. There is one instance in when a conversation of worthiness happens. It is when applying for a Temple Recommend. Since the Temple is the House of the Lord, God requires that some preparation be made before entering the Temple. For example, you would make sure you removed your muddy shoes before walking in on your mother's new white carpet. But even in this conversation, your answers are not verified. They trust that you are being honest. So it is still between the person and God. Because if someone chose to lie to the Bishop, the Bishop would not really be affected if this person went to the Temply unworthy. The person that lied will have to answer for that to God only.
So to me, I think it is easy to distinguish that within the church, we do not rank people. In our social lives, we have been trained to try to put people into buckets, so these thoughts still occur, but it holds no merit in the church as far as callings and responsibilities go.
Maybe question your prophet on that?