It is our hope and prayer that you perceive our love and respect by the words expressed throughout this website.
It is love that prompts us to compare the teachings of Mormonism with Biblical Christianity.
It is respect for truth that moves us to rely on official LDS resources and visit with official LDS representatives to make sure we understand the fundamental teachings of your Church.
And we sincerely believe that the most loving thing we can do for you is to express our grave concerns that the teachings of Mormonism are not only leading you on a path away from God, but on a path leading you to outer darkness.
It is our fervent and ongoing prayer that you would seriously consider our message.
We ask you to not just take our word for it, but take God at His Word. We invite you to read the Bible with the eyes of a child. Consider its gospel message—that by Jesus’ completed work on the cross, he has fully redeemed you and has already gained the victory for you.
Believing in Jesus means trusting in his work and words.
When he says that your sins are forgiven, they are forgiven. Right now.
Trusting in him means receiving all his blessings and all the benefits of his work. Right now.
Trusting in Jesus results in your being perfect and worthy in God’s sight. Right now.
It's a message you don't have to fear.
It’s a message that you will appreciate if you feel heavily burdened by trying all you can do to be worthy and valiant in your faith.
Is it your desire to be with Heavenly Father in heaven? Would you like to know what Jesus says so that you can receive full assurance and confidence that you can be fully forgiven right now? That is what the gospel of Jesus Christ is all about. That is the Good News we desire you to know.
We would love for you to visit beyeperfect.org to hear what God says about forgiveness, becoming worthy, Jesus, eternal life, sin, perfection and more. We've written every article on beyeperfect.org just for you.
Where are you placing your hope?
Your job, your family or your good works? Heavenly Father has a better plan for you.
By Jesus' completed work on the cross, you are fully redeemed!
Is perfection even possible?
Did Jesus really overcome sin and death for us? What does that mean? How can we be sure of our worthiness?