Discover the truth behind Mormon Patriarchal Blessings in this eye-opening interview with hosts Mike, Nemo, and John. From reflections on their own blessings to the harmful effects of this mechanism of control over members, the hosts delve into the nuanced nature of these individualized messages from God. With insights on how even past prophets have framed patriarchal blessings, and the agelessness of their messages, you won’t want to miss this deep dive into revelation in the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
LDS Discussions essay on personal revelation
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I heard of a young woman (“sister missionary”) whose patriarchal blessing said nothing about what was going to happen after her mission, so she believed that she was going to die soon after she got home from her mission. I don’t know whatever happened to her.
EDiL13 (Elohim’s Daughter in Law)