LDS Apostle visited Tonga

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Elder Neil L. Andersen, a member of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Salt Lake City, During their short stay in Tonga, the Apostle met and counseled church leaders to hasten the work of the Lord in Tonga.

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“Fight For Democracy in Tonga!!”

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#1 Feb 26, 2014
Christopher Hutchins probably one of the most famous critical thinkers in recent history labelled the church of latter-day saints is probably one of the greatest scams and confidence tricks of all time, second only to the Church of Scientology
. Anyone who would believe that the founders of the lds could see the future. By looking into their hats, and could find treasure and gold by walking around with their hat over their face, must be missing 99% of the grey matter between there ears.

They have to come to a third world country like Tonga, to find people gullible enough, naïve enough, and under educated enough, to believe in this crap
anyone who takes five minutes to research this so-called religion will understand exactly what I mean
the people of Tonga must unshackle themselves from these false beliefs, and the con job that if you believe in the LDS you will get a free ticket to immigrate to the US
we don't need American carpetbaggers, and travelling showman, so-called apostles, turning up on our shores, spreading their lies and superstitions
. We need doctors, teachers and engineers, I wonder if this so-called apostle had a little bit of entertainment on the side while he was spreading his rubbish, his stupid ideologies and false beliefs

the LDS are not even Christians which has been established more than 50 years ago, they don't believe in the Bible as we know it, they don't believe in the resurrection of Christ, they are Satan worshippers, and money hungry mercenary's

the lack of education in Tonga is leading more and more people down the path corruption and Purgatory.

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“Fight For Democracy in Tonga!!”

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#2 Feb 26, 2014
Elder Neil L. Andersen, a member of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Salt Lake City, USA, visited Tonga during the weekend.

The Apostle and his wife Sister Kathy Andersen, and the Area President of the LDS for the Pacific, Elder James Hamula and his wife Sister Hamula arrived in Tonga on Saturday, 22 February.

During their short stay in Tonga, the Apostle met and counseled church leaders to hasten the work of the Lord in Tonga. The Apostle and Elder Hamula also held a Priesthood Leadership Conference at the Navu Stake Center at Liahona High School.

According to the LDS Church Public Affairs office, the Apostle's other engagements included a Mission Conference with all missionaries of the Nuku’alofa Tonga Mission, Stake Conferences at the Nuku’alofa Tonga North Stake and a Fireside for Prospective Missionaries, at the Liahona High School Gymnasium where more than 2000 attended.



A Cultural Performance Evening to welcome the visitors was staged by over 3000 church youth at the 'Atele Indoor Stadium on Saturday evening. The Prime Minister Lord Tu’ivakano attended the event.



The Apostle and his delegation left Tonga on Monday, February 24.

So he stayed one night in first-class accommodation with his ugly wife
. I wonder if he left empty-handed?
I don't believe he didn't pick up a little something on the way home, taking a little bit more from people who have got nothing. Such it is for these American carpetbaggers and conmen

Since: Dec 12

Honolulu, Hi

#3 Feb 26, 2014
aye boru come kiss my mormon a$$....stfu phag
uiha

San Lorenzo, CA

#4 Feb 26, 2014
boruone77 wrote:
Elder Neil L. Andersen, a member of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Salt Lake City, USA, visited Tonga during the weekend.
The Apostle and his wife Sister Kathy Andersen, and the Area President of the LDS for the Pacific, Elder James Hamula and his wife Sister Hamula arrived in Tonga on Saturday, 22 February.
During their short stay in Tonga, the Apostle met and counseled church leaders to hasten the work of the Lord in Tonga. The Apostle and Elder Hamula also held a Priesthood Leadership Conference at the Navu Stake Center at Liahona High School.
According to the LDS Church Public Affairs office, the Apostle's other engagements included a Mission Conference with all missionaries of the Nuku’alofa Tonga Mission, Stake Conferences at the Nuku’alofa Tonga North Stake and a Fireside for Prospective Missionaries, at the Liahona High School Gymnasium where more than 2000 attended.
A Cultural Performance Evening to welcome the visitors was staged by over 3000 church youth at the 'Atele Indoor Stadium on Saturday evening. The Prime Minister Lord Tu’ivakano attended the event.
The Apostle and his delegation left Tonga on Monday, February 24.
So he stayed one night in first-class accommodation with his ugly wife
. I wonder if he left empty-handed?
I don't believe he didn't pick up a little something on the way home, taking a little bit more from people who have got nothing. Such it is for these American carpetbaggers and conmen
u sound like a bitter man ,why u hatin on us ,mormon people r happy n prosperous ,we r good people of honor n integrity,wen da hurricane subsided in Ha'apai ,whuich church building survived n where did all the other religions go to get help ,yup u guessed it ,DA MORMONS,n alot of those that recievedhelp from da MORMONS wer like u,bitter n hateful against us ,but they accepted gladly,i think da REASON FO YOUR hate is most of da members in your church is converted to THE CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST AND OF THE LATTER DAY SAINTS
tongavitisamoa

West Jordan, UT

#5 Mar 1, 2014
boruone77 wrote:
Christopher Hutchins probably one of the most famous critical thinkers in recent history labelled the church of latter-day saints is probably one of the greatest scams and confidence tricks of all time, second only to the Church of Scientology
. Anyone who would believe that the founders of the lds could see the future. By looking into their hats, and could find treasure and gold by walking around with their hat over their face, must be missing 99% of the grey matter between there ears.

They have to come to a third world country like Tonga, to find people gullible enough, naïve enough, and under educated enough, to believe in this crap
anyone who takes five minutes to research this so-called religion will understand exactly what I mean
the people of Tonga must unshackle themselves from these false beliefs, and the con job that if you believe in the LDS you will get a free ticket to immigrate to the US
we don't need American carpetbaggers, and travelling showman, so-called apostles, turning up on our shores, spreading their lies and superstitions
. We need doctors, teachers and engineers, I wonder if this so-called apostle had a little bit of entertainment on the side while he was spreading his rubbish, his stupid ideologies and false beliefs

the LDS are not even Christians which has been established more than 50 years ago, they don't believe in the Bible as we know it, they don't believe in the resurrection of Christ, they are Satan worshippers, and money hungry mercenary's

the lack of education in Tonga is leading more and more people down the path corruption and Purgatory.
What would Christ think about what you're doing?
tongavitisamoa

West Jordan, UT

#6 Mar 1, 2014
boruone77 wrote:
Christopher Hutchins probably one of the most famous critical thinkers in recent history labelled the church of latter-day saints is probably one of the greatest scams and confidence tricks of all time, second only to the Church of Scientology
. Anyone who would believe that the founders of the lds could see the future. By looking into their hats, and could find treasure and gold by walking around with their hat over their face, must be missing 99% of the grey matter between there ears.

They have to come to a third world country like Tonga, to find people gullible enough, naïve enough, and under educated enough, to believe in this crap
anyone who takes five minutes to research this so-called religion will understand exactly what I mean
the people of Tonga must unshackle themselves from these false beliefs, and the con job that if you believe in the LDS you will get a free ticket to immigrate to the US
we don't need American carpetbaggers, and travelling showman, so-called apostles, turning up on our shores, spreading their lies and superstitions
. We need doctors, teachers and engineers, I wonder if this so-called apostle had a little bit of entertainment on the side while he was spreading his rubbish, his stupid ideologies and false beliefs

the LDS are not even Christians which has been established more than 50 years ago, they don't believe in the Bible as we know it, they don't believe in the resurrection of Christ, they are Satan worshippers, and money hungry mercenary's

the lack of education in Tonga is leading more and more people down the path corruption and Purgatory.
I hope your mother is proud she raised a fine young man like u
jestr

Tonga

#7 Mar 1, 2014
Lets relax guys, churches have different titles for their pastors and hierarchies etc, no need go get caught up with 'apostle'. Some have priests, some pastors, some 'father' or 'sister'. In the end it just nice names, what matters is our personal relationship with God. Happy Sabbath to all God's children
Lifuka

Tonga

#8 Mar 1, 2014
boruone77 wrote:
Elder Neil L. Andersen, a member of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Salt Lake City, USA, visited Tonga during the weekend.
The Apostle and his wife Sister Kathy Andersen, and the Area President of the LDS for the Pacific, Elder James Hamula and his wife Sister Hamula arrived in Tonga on Saturday, 22 February.
During their short stay in Tonga, the Apostle met and counseled church leaders to hasten the work of the Lord in Tonga. The Apostle and Elder Hamula also held a Priesthood Leadership Conference at the Navu Stake Center at Liahona High School.
According to the LDS Church Public Affairs office, the Apostle's other engagements included a Mission Conference with all missionaries of the Nuku’alofa Tonga Mission, Stake Conferences at the Nuku’alofa Tonga North Stake and a Fireside for Prospective Missionaries, at the Liahona High School Gymnasium where more than 2000 attended.
A Cultural Performance Evening to welcome the visitors was staged by over 3000 church youth at the 'Atele Indoor Stadium on Saturday evening. The Prime Minister Lord Tu’ivakano attended the event.
The Apostle and his delegation left Tonga on Monday, February 24.
So he stayed one night in first-class accommodation with his ugly wife
. I wonder if he left empty-handed?
I don't believe he didn't pick up a little something on the way home, taking a little bit more from people who have got nothing. Such it is for these American carpetbaggers and conmen

Born of hate. Full of hate. Nothing good but hate. You hate the royal family. You hate the government of Tonga. You hate the people of Tonga. What makes you think you are better. Your words reveal you composition. Fakaʻofa. Lea ʻa e vale ʻoku haʻu ai ʻa e ????????
ForReal

Auckland, New Zealand

#9 Mar 17, 2014
Honestly my Polynesian people, the LDS church is a cunning but smart organisation. They try and teach you things in stages so it's easier to believe the things they say, but they still kept a lot from you. They will teach Family is important and everything and it is but they hide so much... Joseph Smith was a leader who believe black people are cursed and based the Book Of Mormon upon it. They still do believe that those who aren't white are cursed and is mentioned in the Book of Mormon. Not only Africans but us "Polynesians" too. Blacks and browns are not pure and must repent and all that for them to be light skinned. All the way to Brigham Young this was taught to everyone who was a member of the LDS church. I just wish my people studied what they have joined...
nbhgwaqqqq

Tauranga, New Zealand

#10 Mar 17, 2014
vvvftr

Since: Dec 12

Honolulu, Hi

#11 Mar 17, 2014
ForReal wrote:
Honestly my Polynesian people, the LDS church is a cunning but smart organisation. They try and teach you things in stages so it's easier to believe the things they say, but they still kept a lot from you. They will teach Family is important and everything and it is but they hide so much... Joseph Smith was a leader who believe black people are cursed and based the Book Of Mormon upon it. They still do believe that those who aren't white are cursed and is mentioned in the Book of Mormon. Not only Africans but us "Polynesians" too. Blacks and browns are not pure and must repent and all that for them to be light skinned. All the way to Brigham Young this was taught to everyone who was a member of the LDS church. I just wish my people studied what they have joined...
go study where your faifekau spending your money
ForReal

Auckland, New Zealand

#12 Mar 17, 2014
23 Facts of the Mormon Belief. Please note that if this is your first time hearing about something that you didn't know, they teach in stages and sometimes confuse you to pray about it. If you don't believe me, go and ask a Missionary (If they are trained well), a Bishop, or even their counsellors.
1.) God lives on a planet or next to a star called Kolaub, & we all previously existed there in spirit form until we were sent to Earth.
2.) There are three levels of heaven and how hard you work on earth for God is the outcome of which level you get to go to.
3.) There is no Hell
4.)When you die, depending on how hard you worked and paid tithing, you can become the God of your own planet in the after life.
5.) When women Die there husbands must call them to heaven before they can come, and when they get there they will have spiritual babies with God.
6.)They have Garments (Underwear & Singlet) that they believe will protect you if you wear them.
7.)Joseph Smith said a man is more likely to get to the highest level of Heaven if he has ten wives rather than one.
8.)They believe they can still Baptise someone when they are dead.
9.) Mountain Meadow Massacar, committed by Mormons.
10.) "The Garden of Eden" was in Missouri, USA.
11.) They believe those who aren't "WHITE", are descendants of Cane and that God threw a fireball down on there planet because they are cursed or not pure.(Blacks and Brown-skinned people are all cursed)
12.)They believe God was once a man of flesh & blood like us.
13.) That God had physical sex with Mary.
14.)There is no holy Trinity, God, Jesus, and the Holy spirit are seperate beings.
15.) That satan shaped large rocks that look like dinasaur bones to deceive people into thinking they didn't exist.
16.) That Christ will establish a new Zion in Missouri, USA.
17.) There won't be any parent child relationship in the after life like there is on earth.
18.) Joseph Smith said once that he didn't want to start poligamy but an Angel came down with a sword and forced him do it.
19.) Jesus was married to more than one wife and had children.
20.) Men & men only can perform miracles.
21.) That Earth fell from its orbit from around Kolaub (The planet where God lives)
22.) Don't believe that salvation is through Jesus Christ.
23.) Most children who grow up in the Mormon church have never read the bible for fear it is false and is incorrect.
All that is written are TRUE teachings of the Mormon Faith. They aren't raised learning from the bible, instead they reference from what they are taught in Sacrament, the Book of Mormon, Doctrine & Covenants, & Pearl of Great Price. Just hope they question what they follow...
ForReal

Auckland, New Zealand

#13 Mar 17, 2014
This not about money, it's about whether their teachings are in sync with our Saviour Jesus Christ. Joseph Smith taught that non-whites are Cursed, please why do my people believe they are cursed ? We were made are equal.

Since: Dec 12

Honolulu, Hi

#14 Mar 17, 2014
ForReal wrote:
This not about money, it's about whether their teachings are in sync with our Saviour Jesus Christ. Joseph Smith taught that non-whites are Cursed, please why do my people believe they are cursed ? We were made are equal.
we pay tithes which you smarty pants deny ,we baptize and you say no need to, i think we in sync w our saviors teachings....read the bible to find out why blacks were cursed......hihihihihihi.....f khela tama ko koe ia
ForReal

Auckland, New Zealand

#15 Mar 17, 2014
Firstly You tithing for something you don't understand, you baptise at 8 when you don't even know a thing about the teachings of Christ so no you don't follow the teachings of our Saviour. How about you show me where it says black people are cursed ? Being ta'emahino right now lol. Blacks aren't the only ones cursed, we as Polynesians are along the lines too. Show me where Jesus our Saviour states we are cursed ? Lets see what this fia boto has to say. Hihihihihihihihi...
ForReal

Auckland, New Zealand

#16 Mar 17, 2014
Pay*

Since: Dec 13

Location hidden

#17 Mar 17, 2014
ForReal wrote:
Honestly my Polynesian people, the LDS church is a cunning but smart organisation. They try and teach you things in stages so it's easier to believe the things they say, but they still kept a lot from you. They will teach Family is important and everything and it is but they hide so much... Joseph Smith was a leader who believe black people are cursed and based the Book Of Mormon upon it. They still do believe that those who aren't white are cursed and is mentioned in the Book of Mormon. Not only Africans but us "Polynesians" too. Blacks and browns are not pure and must repent and all that for them to be light skinned. All the way to Brigham Young this was taught to everyone who was a member of the LDS church. I just wish my people studied what they have joined...
First off, u r not being honest nor r u being authentic, u r a copy cat, neither is their an ounce of integrity running through your veins, n there is nothing REAL about u, toko.

Speak for yourself, u know nothing about Joseph Smith except for t lies perpetrated by hateful n misguided individuals, living in fear of t truth.

Joseph Smith early in church history, baptized n gave t priesthood to black worthy men, one being Abel Jackson, he openingly opposed slavery, n this is why they were driven out of Missouri, by Governor Boggs, who ordered an extermination order against t Mormons, they sluatdered hem in Hans Mills, coz they opposed slavery n were not only industrious but gaining power in their state which threaten t slavery economy of Missouri.

Please don't patronize us Polynesians as if we r blind n without grit, we know that men aren't perfect neither was Joseph or even l , but Jehovah is, n He called these people, n commanded them w t keys n authority delivered by original key players of God's Kingdom once upon t earth, to restore His gospel n establish his church in these latter days. U gotta a problem w that, takei it up w Him, n let us get back to being about our FATHER'S business, w kind regards.
jestr

Tonga

#18 Mar 17, 2014
raider4life wrote:
<quoted text> we pay tithes which you smarty pants deny ,we baptize and you say no need to, i think we in sync w our saviors teachings....read the bible to find out why blacks were cursed......hihihihihihi.....f khela tama ko koe ia
Cursed with super sexy extra delicious chocolate skin you mean. Love my brown skin, when it gets a little light i put it in the sun coz mr brown sugar gotta stay true to his name.

Kind Regards,
jestr a.k.a Mr Brown Sugar

Since: Dec 13

Location hidden

#19 Mar 17, 2014
jestr wrote:
<quoted text>
Cursed with super sexy extra delicious chocolate skin you mean. Love my brown skin, when it gets a little light i put it in the sun coz mr brown sugar gotta stay true to his name.
Kind Regards,
jestr a.k.a Mr Brown Sugar
Now Jest, UNO it had nothing to do w t color of our skin. A curse was God way of teaching his children to behave n further along he made provisions to help them further even to t eternities. I do love me some chocolate n so do many lds members, check out t church in Africa or anywhere. www.lds.org

Since: Dec 12

Honolulu, Hi

#20 Mar 17, 2014
ForReal wrote:
Firstly You tithing for something you don't understand, you baptise at 8 when you don't even know a thing about the teachings of Christ so no you don't follow the teachings of our Saviour. How about you show me where it says black people are cursed ? Being ta'emahino right now lol. Blacks aren't the only ones cursed, we as Polynesians are along the lines too. Show me where Jesus our Saviour states we are cursed ? Lets see what this fia boto has to say. Hihihihihihihihi...
fiaboto ho fo'i meleni....it says god put a mark on cain for killing abel and cursed him too...most believe the mark is black skin....unless you knows differently....i dont really give a $hit.....but thats my final answer

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