The BLUE is taken right from the Mormons own website.
The RED is my own highlights of important passages.
The link above brings you to the entire passages, but the relevant passages are below:
If we prove faithful to the Lord, we will live in the highest degree of the celestial kingdom of heaven. We will become exalted, just like our Heavenly Father. Exaltation is the greatest gift that Heavenly Father can give his children (see D&C 14:7).
Blessings of Exaltation
Our Heavenly Father is perfect. However, he is not jealous of his wisdom and perfection. He glories in the fact that it is possible for his children to become like him. He has said, "This is my work and my glory--to bring to pass the immortality and eternal life of man" (Moses 1:39).
Those who receive exaltation in the celestial kingdom through faith in Jesus Christ will receive special blessings. The Lord has promised, "All things are theirs" (D&C 76:59). These are some of the blessings given to exalted people:
They will live eternally in the presence of Heavenly Father and Jesus Christ (see D&C 76).They will become gods.
They will have their righteous family members with them and will be able to have spirit children also. These spirit children will have the same relationship to them as we do to our Heavenly Father. They will be an eternal family.
They will receive a fulness of joy.They will have everything that our Heavenly Father and Jesus Christ have--all power, glory, dominion, and knowledge. President Joseph Fielding Smith wrote: "The Father has promised through the Son that all that he has shall be given to those who are obedient to his commandments. They shall increase in knowledge, wisdom, and power, going from grace to grace, until the fulness of the perfect day shall burst upon them" (Doctrines of Salvation, 2:36).
To be exalted, we first must place our faith in Jesus Christ and then endure in that faith to the end of our lives. Our faith in him must be such that we repent of our sins and obey his commandments.
He commands us all to receive certain ordinances:
- We must be baptized and confirmed a member of the Church of Jesus Christ.
- We must receive the laying on of hands for the gift of the Holy Ghost.
- We must receive the temple endowment.
- We must be married for time and eternity.
So, the MORMONS are crying foul, that the D&C 132 was taken out of context, that the doctrine of becoming GODs is not a tenet of Romney and his Mormons; but we see from above, and the link goes to the Gospel Principles manual on the cult's very own website
MORMONS do believe that they can become GODs if they:
1. Are baptized in the Mormon Cult.
2. Are faithful Mormon Cult members.
3. Are temple-worthy Mormon Cult members.
4. Have been married for Time and Eternity in the Mormon Temple.
MORMONS WHY must you LIE?
Are you embarrassed by your own doctrine?
Mormons ARE NOT Christians, and as long as Mormons adhere to the Book of Mormons, Mormons can never be Christians.
BUT, if Romney and his Mormons want to be Christians, get rid of the false doctrines of Mormonism, renounce your false prophets, accept Christ back into your life, and receive baptism in a real Christian church of the Old Testament and New Testament.
But why lie about becoming GODS, if that doctrine embarrasses you, then repent, and become Christian.
You can still receive Christ's salvation, it is available for all who accept Christ into their life.