Every time in the Bible when the Angel of the Lord (Christ) appears or angels appear (as with the Assyrians) there is no dark force that accompanies them or tries to “overtake” them. Why then would Joseph Smith be overtaken by a dark force prior his vision of the Father and Son?

Every time in the Bible when the Angel of the Lord (Christ) appears or angels appear (as with the Assyrians) there is no dark force that accompanies them or tries to “overtake” them. Why then would Joseph Smith be overtaken by a dark force prior his vision of the Father and Son?

Gramps, Every time in the Bible when the Angel of the Lord (Christ) appears or angels appear (as with the Assyrians) there is no dark force that accompanies them or tries to “overtake” them. I mention this because Joseph Smith was overtaken by a dark force prior his...
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