Joseph is a fruitful bough whose branches run over the wall, Gen. 49:22–26. Once you read it, you’ll never look at Mormon Fundamentalism the same way again. When missionaries from The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints enter foreign cultures to teach the gospel, they are made aware of these influences in order to increase understanding of the principles of heaven for those whom they teach. (Miracle of Forgiveness 63). Murder is unforgivable because of the nature of the sin. The misuse of this power can be very condemning. The Lord makes allowances for those with little or no knowledge of the commandments: “For of him unto whom much is given much is required; and he who sins against the greater light shall receive the greater condemnation” (Doctrine and Covenants 82:3). In response to such doctrine taught by a Brother Hulet, Joseph Smith wrote: Say to the brothers Hulet and to all others, that the Lord never authorized them to say that the devil, his angels, or the sons of perdition, should ever be restored; for their state of destiny was not revealed to man, is not revealed, nor ever shall be revealed, save to those who are made partakers thereof: consequently those who teach this doctrine have not received it of the Spirit of the Lord We, therefore, command that this doctrine be taught no more in Zion. Those who live worthy to pass by the gods and the angels “to their exaltation and glory in all things” will receive the glory of a “fulness and a continuation of the seeds forever and ever.” They shall become “gods, because they have no end” and shall have a “continuation of the seeds” (see D&C 132:19–22). Violations of the commandments of God are sins that require chastening and repentance. Shedding of Innocent Blood. However, after paying the last farthing, murderers will reside in the Telestial Kingdom and thus be saved in the kingdom of God. (273). Protestant views emphasize the inherited nature of the sin, reflecting the German word for "original sin," Erbsunde (literally "inherited sin"). If the sin is of such a nature that repentance cannot take place or if the sinner refuses to repent, then it remains “as though there had been no redemption made, except it be the loosing of the bands of death” (Alma 11:41). They also believe that God, Jesus and resurrected beings have bodies of “flesh and bone.”. A Mormon bishop is similar to a pastor or minister. Thou shalt not kill; and he that kills shall not have forgiveness in this world, nor in the world to come. Stand Ye in Holy Places. Alma taught Corianton the steps necessary to repent of his sexual sins; he counseled him to “give so much heed unto my words as did thy brother” (Alma 39:2). However, as a consequence of the Fall, evil is present in the world and all "children are conceived in sin, [and] so when they begin to grow up, sin conceiveth in their hearts, and they taste the bitter, that they may know to prize the good" (Moses 6:55). Elder McConkie suggests that it appears that they “shall eventually go to the Telestial Kingdom” (Doctrinal New Testament Commentary 3:584). Joseph Smith declared: “If a man commit adultery, he cannot receive the celestial kingdom of God. Adultery was third to murder and the sin against the Holy Ghost as abominable sins. In stating this, President Kimball emphasized that he did not intend to minimize “the seriousness of the sexual sins or other transgressions but merely to hold out hope to the transgressor, so that men and women of sin may strive with all their power to overcome their errors, wash themselves ‘in the blood of the Lamb’ and be purged and purified, and thus be able to return to their maker” (351).