No, I'm not saying that. And Mormons worth their salt and knowing the WoW understand also it was never a commandment. The WoW says it didn't come by way of commandment.<quoted text>
So, you're saying that the Mormon is wrong making it a commandment? Because it certainly is today. Why should any member of the church have to live a higher standard than the prophet? Moses didn't take a vote on the Ten Commandments or the Torah. So if people are being denied temple recommends or even being allowed to join the LDS church because someone won't follow the WoW it's is the church that is wrong, not the member. Because you have clearly stated it isn't a commandment. Proof again the LDS church isn't tghe church of Jesus Christ.
The WoW has came to be a requirement to show yourself your seriousness to "be as a child again" with out the addictions of adulthood. And people without addictions usually have higher levels of self worth and self esteem and prove to be better workers because they spend less time at work nourishing addictions like coffee breaks and smoke breaks and miss work due to health related problems.
And statistics show adults minus addictions 'usually'(not always) are above average in morals and honesty.
So since that church uses an honour code for membership, that self honesty benefits oneself mostly and than those around them.
Son as a requirement and not a commandment, more people are likely to heed it's requests than if they were out right make it or break it commandments.
I know people that had their habits and having came to know the WoW but not being a member, they applied it to their lives and were quite happy after wards.