Posted on Dec 22, 2011 | 4 comments
Mormons believe that God has a physical body that has no blood & if we are worthy we will end up the same way. (Sounds a little like vampirism).
Wow… that is weird. Reminds me a group of people 2,000 years ago who believed that a little baby born in Bethlehem was the savior of the world and the Son of God. That baby grew up and, at the age of about 33, was crucified. His followers believed that he was resurrected from the dead, letting people touch his once dead body, and ascended into Heaven. Some today believe that he has body to this day…
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Yes, it is a little like vampirism. But vampires still thirst for blood. Jesus says, “I am the living water. Whosoever shall believe on me shall never thirst.”
So we might not have blood in the resurrection, but we won’t thirst for it either. We might look a bit anemic, however.
@billybud: “We might look a bit anemic, however.” LOL
“Jesus answered and said unto him, Blessed art thou, Simon Bar-jona: for flesh and blood hath not revealed it unto thee, but my Father which is in heaven.”
(New Testament | Matthew 16:17)
People not familiar with Hebrew expressions from the Bible may not know that “flesh and blood” refers to mortal beings and “flesh and bone” refers to immortal beings.
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