What You Can Do

Your active involvement in the Remnant’s recovery WILL be recognized by the Lord.  The following are 9 ways to apply your faith.  The first 5 are the most important:
  1. Organize with us.  In the Book of Mormon, Ammon and the sons of Mosiah were not sent on a mission among the Lamanites as directed by a church or other organization.  They decided to commit themselves, organize, and then venture into the land of their hostile brethren, relying on the Lord’s blessings.  But look at their success!  For the latter days, the prophecies are that the One Mighty and Strong will lead the effort to recover Israel.  HE is who the Lord has called (3 Nephi 21:9-11).  Our organizing is simply a prequal to this.  We must be converted to the true point of the doctrine of Christ, rise up, and collectively be his disciples.  This may frustrate you, or cause you to pause, but it is the truth from prophecy.  Why not be led by a true and living prophet in these last days—a Moses?  Contact me, and include yourself in our preliminary organization. kelly@onemightyandstrong.com
  2. Gather.  (related to #1) If you are able to gather 15-20 people together to a meeting; are each committed to the truth; are willing to NOT deter the Spirit (although sincere questions are fine); are willing to leave your young children at home, and come to a meeting having recently read 1 Nephi 12 through 2 Nephi 3—I give it as my opinion that the Indian prophet will come to where you are—pending distance—rent a hotel meeting space, and teach you at the appointed time.  Then you can decide for yourself, if you come fasting, who this person is, and if he is “The Deliverer” spoken of in Romans 11.  This would indeed be one of the most important days of your life.  Email me to coordinate this, kelly@onemightyandstrong.com
  3. Read this website, and pray about it’s contents: There’s not a lot here.  Read all of it, and then ask God the Eternal Father if the message of this website is true.  “…seek to obtain my word…, then, if you desire, you shall have my Spirit and my word, yea, the power of God…” —D&C 11:21
  4. Read the scriptures regularly:  Especially the Book of Mormon, since it is the stick of Joseph, which is a record of the Native Americans’ ancestors (see Ezekiel 37:18-20).  If you read this record, relying NOT on the arm of flesh, but going to the Lord only for lack of understanding, he will reveal his truthful message to you by the power of the Holy Ghost; and you will feel to rejoice.  There are other writings beyond the scriptures which are additional admonitions and witnesses to what has already has been said in the scriptures.  One of these is the book, “One Mighty & Strong” up at IndianProphet.com.  When Jesus came to America, he also “expounded the scriptures.” (see 3rd Nephi 23:5-6)
  5. Pray (& Fast) for the Remnant: When you pray for these sons of the forest, you are praying for the apple of the Lord’s eye.  “For the Lord’s portion is his people; Jacob is the lot of his inheritance.  He found him in a desert land, and in the waste howling wilderness; he led him about, he instructed him, he kept him as the apple of his eye.” —Deuteronomy 32.  You are also adding your prayers to the prayers of all of the fathers—an elite group of prophets dating back to Adam. (Enos 1:18)
  6. Open your mouth as to the message of the Remnant’s recovery You can share this website (Remnant.love).  You can share your testimony.  When you come across a Native American, you can strike up a conversation with him/her, and tell that person of what you have learned about them—that they made a covenant in our pre-existent life to follow Christ.  Tell them that they are of the house of Israel, and some of what that means, how the chosen land of America is theirs, and how they are destined to lead the nations in the last days. (see Ether 13)
  7. Give me a call (505-567-1776): The plainness of the gospel is to recover the remnant.  The “prophecy” of the Book of Mormon’s Jacob 5 (and throughout the Book of Mormon) hasn’t been fulfilled yet.  All other gospel learning is empty without knowing God’s purposes of our day, and aligning your purposes with His.
  8. Pay tithing to help the Remnant poor: Tithing applies to that income above survival AND tithing goes to the poor. (JST Genesis 14:37-39)  I don’t want your money, and no one I know wants your money; but tithing is the Lord’s money, and if you’ve read this far you know to not “feed the beast” with your tithing.  I’d rather suffer an ignominious death rather than let sacred funds be abused.  Please consider paying your tithing to the BEST cause (not the BEAST cause)—the welfare of the ancient and long-dispersed covenant people of the Lord.  I invite you to pray to know how to pay your tithing.  One way to pay tithing is to simply purchase and distribute to your friends and family the Prophecies of the Book of Mormon book (at cost of publishing/printing).
  9. Consider visiting the Indian Prophet: Apply your faith to a trip to Indian country to visit this holy man: a man like unto Moses (D&C 103); the stem of Jesse (D&C 113, Isaiah 11) the choice seer (2nd Nephi 3); the marred servant (3rd Nephi 21); the Deliverer (Romans 11); the Branch (Zechariah 3 & 6).  For more references to this man view this pdf.  Send me an email should you consider this venture, kelly@onemightyandstrong.com.

If you are a Gentile, then your own recovery, or salvation, depends on theirs (Mormon 5:10), so that an adopter can be established for you to be adopted into (3rd Nephi 30:1-2, 2nd Nephi 21:11, 2nd Nephi 29:1, 2nd Nephi 6:14, Jacob 6:2).  If you are of the house of Israel, then you shall seek your own recovery by coming to the knowledge of your Redeemer and the very points of his doctrine, that you may know how to come unto him and be saved (1st Nephi 15:14).

“Jesus answered them, and said, My doctrine is not mine, but his that sent me.  If any man will do his will, he shall know of the doctrine, whether it be of God, or whether I speak of myself.” —John 7:17
“For how knoweth a man the master whom he has not served, and who is a stranger unto him, and is far from the thoughts and intents of his heart?” —Mosiah 5:13

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