Also, read my conversion, which occurred in April, 2015.
I, Kelly Gneiting, am the author of this website. I am also the author of a book entitled, The One Mighty & Strong: A Commentary on The Coming Indian Prophet, by Larry Allan Garmus. If one takes the time to read the (free PDF) book, one will gain a greater knowledge of both the necessity of a Choice Seer in the last days—who is NOT a Gentile, but of the blood of Israel—AND specifically who this man is, in great detail, including his history upon the Earth from childhood.
The other witnesses referred to on this website have testified that an Indian prophet is coming—so says the scriptures. And yet I am the only individual witness, of those listed, who knows who this prophet is. I am in a unique position in that I have not only spoken with this man, but he has spent weeks straight, at this point, maybe months straight over the course of many years, in teaching and expounding the scriptures to me personally. He has also shared with me many of his own experiences that are beyond what is written—hardships, miracles, and sacred encounters. Each time the Holy Ghost has witnessed to me the truthfulness of his message, and the divineness of his calling. He is the most important man on the Earth living now. I have read the Book of the Remnant multiple times, penned by this man under the inspiration of almighty God, and know that it is scripture.
That the masses are unaware of this man, and that his words are sealed, is consistent with both prophecy, and the Lord’s pattern in calling ancient prophets. Thus, I am not bothered by his anonymity among Israel, or the Gentiles. Jesus shared such anonymity! And yet, the few people who heard Jesus’ teachings, as recorded in holy writ, exclaimed my own experience with the Indian prophet: “[they] were astonished at his doctrine: For he taught them as one having authority, and not as the scribes.” (see Matthew 7:28-29, Mark 1:22)
I have, however, fallen out of favor with this man. Perhaps this is much like when Peter fell out of favor with Paul (see Galations 2:11-21). Regardless, I am relying on the whisperings of the Holy Ghost as I move forward in a most careful way in presenting this information, which I know to be the strict doctrine of Christ. The information I am magnifying—words which have already been written—is the essential key to a person’s front-line involvement in the Lord’s work and glory during these, the last days.
I testify that the Lord doesn’t change, that in Him there is no variableness, neither shadow of changing. The scriptures themselves bare witness of this. And yet, in latter-day churches, doctrines have changed, the wearing of the garment has changed, temple oaths and ceremonies have changed, church policy (i.e. abortion) suddenly becomes “revelation,” and even the words of the sacred writings themselves have changed, Book of Mormon included. Why has this happened in churches that profess to be of the unalterable God? I testify that this is blasphemous to the true and living God of heaven and Earth, but it’s also a characteristic of Gentiles in general, as written in the sacred record—see Ezekiel 13, D&C 101:43-53.
On another note, I wish to address all those who believe that the Lamanites’ restoration speaks of those living in areas outside of the United States (i.e. Mexico, South America, etc.). I wish to remind them of the prophecies in the Book of Mormon, which declares that the land of promise spoken of will be set up in a free nation, without kings, and that it is the land of the New Jerusalem, a land that is prosperous, never to be brought into captivity. These descriptions only apply to the United States, and no other nation, and no additional nation.
For it is wisdom in the Father that they should be established in this land, and be set up as a free people by the power of the Father [America’s Founding Father’s work in establishing the only free nation in the world], that these things might come forth from them unto a remnant of your seed, that the covenant of the Father may be fulfilled which he hath covenanted with his people, O house of Israel;3 Nephi 21:4
Thus, the promises extended to the Native Americans speak primarily of the Indian tribes that exist in the United States.
Finally, I wish to add the following testimony, which is taken from the fore mentioned book—The One Mighty & Strong:
And it shall come to pass, that if the Gentiles shall hearken unto the Lamb of God in that day that he shall manifest himself unto them in word, and also in power, in very deed, unto the taking away of their stumbling blocks—And harden not their hearts against the Lamb of God, they shall be numbered among the seed of thy father; yea, they shall be numbered among the house of Israel; and they shall be a blessed people upon the promised land forever; they shall be no more brought down into captivity; and the house of Israel shall no more be confounded.
And that great pit, which hath been digged for them by that great and abominable church, which was founded by the devil and his children, that he might lead away the souls of men down to hell—yea, that great pit which hath been digged for the destruction of men shall be filled by those who digged it, unto their utter destruction, saith the Lamb of God; not the destruction of the soul, save it be the casting of it into that hell which hath no end. For behold, this is according to the captivity of the devil, and also according to the justice of God, upon all those who will work wickedness and abomination before him.
And it came to pass that the angel spake unto me, Nephi, saying: Thou hast beheld that if the Gentiles repent it shall be well with them; and thou also knowest concerning the covenants of the Lord unto the house of Israel; and thou also hast heard that whoso repenteth not must perish. Therefore, wo be unto the Gentiles if it so be that they harden their hearts against the Lamb of God. For the time cometh, saith the Lamb of God, that I will work a great and a marvelous work among the children of men; a work which shall be everlasting, either on the one hand or on the other—either to the convincing of them unto peace and life eternal, or unto the deliverance of them to the hardness of their hearts and the blindness of their minds unto their being brought down into captivity, and also into destruction, both temporally and spiritually, according to the captivity of the devil, of which I have spoken.2nd Nephi 14:1-7
I wish to add my voice to Nephi’s words:—if you (Gentiles) will repent it shall be well with you. The fullness of the gospel was restored, but has since left a church which claims continued revelation. This is a church wholly unfamiliar to Joseph Smith, and Jesus alike. But in his mercy, the Lord has made provisions unto the righteous—for the One Mighty and Strong is among us!
Those who know and recognize the voice of the Holy Ghost will be pricked in their hearts as to what is written. Indeed, it is my hope and prayer that the spirit of this website has penetrated your soul, and that you will begin to turn your thoughts upward, by opening the scriptures and believing what has been written—to consider that the Lord’s work and glory is beyond what you have been led to believe. The Lord’s work and glory entirely concerns the recovery of the house of Israel—beginning with Joseph—the birthright tribe (see 1st Chronicles 5:1-2). The entire Book of Mormon is a witness to this. This holy volume’s central message is one of birthright.
The Lord will not abandon those who ask, seek and knock.
The centerpiece of today’s latter-day movement, as I (Kelly) have observed, is the strong and carnal message of “All is well in Zion; yea, Zion prospereth, all is well!” The lie is that we are all doing fine, my checklist of gospel ordinances is complete; and yours is too; there’s no need to fear the judgment; the church is God’s kingdom on Earth, and aren’t you and I an integral part of that kingdom?
In reality, there IS need to fear. It would behoove each of us to work out our salvation with fear and trembling before God. Reject complacency! Reject idleness! There is a bounty to gain in seeking the Lord’s face, and entirely too much to lose in believing the latter-day leaven of false doctrines, which are everywhere.
2nd Nephi 28 states that these horrid doctrines cheats our souls, while leaders who tout this nonsense lead their flock carefully down to hell. “Wo be unto him that crieth: All is well!” All is well needs no personal inspection. It needs no repentance. It allows Satan to bide his time with your soul until that certain night of darkness arrives, wherein there can be no more labor to perform.
I certify that what this message contains is true, and was written and assembled under the influence of the Holy Ghost. Time will add her own witness. And I, Kelly, end my witness this way:
The scriptures say, “But the Prophet, which shall presume to speak a word in my name, which I have not commanded him to speak, or shall speak in the name of other gods, even that prophet shall die.” (Deut. 18:20; 13:5, Jer. 14:14-15; 1st Nephi 4:13)
I boldly declare before God, man and angels, that what I have written is true.
With Alma, I proclaim:
Behold, I testify unto you that I do know that these things whereof I have spoken are true. And how do ye suppose that I know of their surety? Behold, I say unto you they are made known unto me by the Holy Spirit of God. Behold, I have fasted and prayed many days that I might know these things of myself. And now I do know of myself that they are true; for the Lord God hath made them manifest unto me by his Holy Spirit; and this is the spirit of revelation which is in me. And moreover, I say unto you that it has thus been revealed unto me, that the words which have been spoken by our fathers are true, even so according to the spirit of prophecy which is in me, which is also by the manifestation of the Spirit of God. I say unto you, that I know of myself that whatsoever I shall say unto you, concerning that which is to come, is true;Alma 5:45-48