Date: January 06, 2020 02:28AM
The Mormon Church is rat-holing the money in anticipation of the events of the last days, the millennium or the rapture if you prefer. In any case they are anticipating problems upon Christ’s return. That conjures up various problems in my mind:
1. During that time why would the Mormon’s believe that financial institutions would survive such events and keep their money and investments secure? Aren’t the last days before Christ’s return supposed to be a period of utter chaos and cleansing?
2. Why are faithful Mormon’s supposed to have a supply of food and various commodities? Shouldn’t the inspired leadership be suggesting a two-year supply of cash at Zion’s Bank. At least all their storage won’t rot. Stocks and bonds not food!
3. Somewhere weren’t they saying that a bushel of wheat would be more valuable than a stash of cash. I guess their advice is for the peons and not the elites.
4. I guess Christ has changed his position on moneychangers. One of Christ’s mission when he returns will be to keep the U.S. dollar secure and protect the Mormon stash.
5. So in the millennium we’ll be able to use our dollars? Kind of means that keeping buckets of wheat in your basement is only useful to weevils and rats.
6. When the dust settles and the millennium arrives, I can drive down to Zions Bank and withdraw some of my money?
7. So much for social justice. The US economy will survive and the rich will remain rich and the poor will remain poor. This being done by Jesus to protect the Mormon Stash?
I was worried – I guess my 401K is secure into the millennium and beyond!!!!!