During the MWAW Talk Radio Show today I mentioned that there would no longer be Executive Producer’s Messages. I tried to explain that it is because what is said today might not be applicable to the generations to come; or rather, they might not understand the information as intended when their perceptions and understanding has changed over time and the messages have become somewhat irrelevant.
But a much deeper reason why we don’t need their messages:
The Executive Producers are those who oversee the Marvelous Work and a Wonder® and have been interceding in some subtle ways ever since we started our mortal experience upon this earth. They’ve already stated their messages many times before I came along. They gave them in the hidden subtly of the belief systems of human beings.
Now that it has been revealed that the Book of Mormon was actually composed by advanced human monitors who wanted to introduce concepts into Bible-believing minds, it’s purpose to give humans another perspective and possibly change the direction that the religious-based mind was headed to in the early 1800′s,
… Wouldn’t it be obvious that hidden within that book are some incredible Executive Producers’ Messages?
There are a bunch!
Take this one for example:
For the natural man is an enemy to God, and has been from the fall of Adam, and will be, forever and ever, unless he yields to the enticings of the Holy Spirit, and putteth off the natural man and becometh a saint through the atonement of Christ the Lord, and becometh as a child, submissive, meek, humble, patient, full of love, willing to submit to all things which the Lord seeth fit to inflict upon him, even as a child doth submit to his father.
Remember, these things were written for people who believed in a Holy Spirit outside of themselves that inspired them to do things. And whatever the Holy Spirit told them, it was always perceived as a happy, good thing. They knew people believed that most human actions were in direct violation of all that is good … because most of their actions were. (The natural man is an enemy to God.)
The people believed that becoming a saint happened if they followed the example of Christ the Lord. “What would Jesus do?” became a daily reflection that motivated people to think and act in a more humane and kind way towards each other.
The people believed that the Lord was directly affecting and guiding their daily lives in all that they do as a loving father would do for his own children.
So, the Executive Producers, understanding this mindset, wrote this passage of holy writ in order to help the people deal with the inflictions that they experienced every day as mortals. They wanted to help the people stop blaming others for their inflictions and problems and humbly accept that they were the cause of the Lord, who they believed knew what was best for them.
When a person convinces him or herself that he or she needs to be submissive, meek, humble, patient, full of love, that person acts better and treats others better. And if the Lord expects it of the person, then how much greater the incentive and motivation to bear all things patiently, thus having a better experience as a mortal.
The entire Book of Mormon is an advanced manipulation of the human psyche to influence our behavior towards each other.
So when you read it, think about what the Executive Producers are trying to manipulate you into thinking and doing. They’re smart as hell, evidenced by their Marvelous Work and a Wonder®.
When a person finally knows and understands the real truth, that person will enjoy reading the Book of Mormon and its counterpart, The Sealed Portion, more than they ever enjoyed it as a Bible-believing, church-going Mormon.
All of their executive messages are hidden within the books of their marvelous work …
… no wonder!