Posted on June 29, 2018
“Salvation does not come by Christ magically applying ‘fairy dust’ to make us like Him.
“If Christ could ‘make’ us like Him that would be Luciferian. It would abrogate free will. It would save without respecting agency. We have the freedom to choose because without that we do not exist.” (Denver Snuffer, Preserving the Restoration, p. 301-302, emphasis added)
All truth is independent in that sphere in which God has placed it, to act for itself, as all intelligence also; otherwise there is no existence. Behold, here in the agency of man, and here is the condemnation of man; because that which was from the beginning is plainly manifest unto them, and they receive not the light. (D&C 93:30-31)
So, if I’m getting this right, Christ does not use fairy dust. If He “makes” us to be like Him that would be Luciferian. Seems a “war” was fought over this principle of agency or free will. Oh yes, with Lucifer at the head of it. If Christ made us obey it would abrogate (revoke, annul) free will. If free will is revoked then “there is no existence.”
There are those declaring they can send entities or anyone on the other side of the veil to the Light, and they actually try to do so, with some even declaring they have done so. If not even the Lord and Savior Jesus Christ can do something like this, taking agency away, why do these people believe they can? The rules or laws allow them to be sent back to where they came from – Hell, but to the Light? That goes against their agency. (Besides dark could never endure or live in the “Light.” They would burn up.)
Maybe these people are the ones with the fairy dust?
Or maybe they are condemned because “agency” was from the beginning and yet some still believe they are above it, even though as the scripture states it was, “plainly manifest unto them and they receive not the light.”
Just some thoughts from a book I was reading and because again, sending demons to the light came up again the other day.