Q.Why shold I believe in Baha'u'llah when the Living Prophet of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, has never mentioned Him?

ANSWER: The last President of the LDS Church who uttered any prophecy was Wilford Woodruff (the last living Apostle of Joseph Smith). Since then, no President or Apostle of the LDS Church has offered any prophesy, had any supernatural vision (except for a dream by Joseph F. Smith), nor uttered even one "Thus Saith the LORD" Revelation.

Why doesn't the current "Living Prophet" of the LDS Church actually "prophesy" (praw-fess-sai) of anything?

Where are his prophecies?

Where are his visions?

Where are his verbal "Thus saith the LORD" Revelations?

Where can we find these? Where can we read about them?

Is the current President of the Church hiding these prophecies, visions, and Revelations? Why can't we read them as we can the prophecies, visions, and Revelations of Joseph Smith?

Where ARE they?

Perhaps...they do not exist.

Yet, "The Bretrhen" (the three Presidents and twelve Apostles of the Church) are sustained twice a year as "Prophets~Seers~Revelators". But....

"Prophets" who do not prophesy (praw-fess-sai) are not prophets. "Seers" who do not see supernatural visions are not seers. "Revelators" who do not receive 'Thus saith the Lord' revelations are not revelators. Has the "Living Prophet" of the LDS Church made any prophesies? Has he published any supernatural visions? Where are his verbal Revelations like Joseph Smith had? On the other hand, the prophecies of Baha'u'llah, and their fulfillment, can be read in books such as The Prisoner and Kings and The Challenge of Baha'u'llah.

Two books which record the prophecies of Baha'u'llah and document their historical fulfillment

Baha'u'llah is not just a Prophet! He is the Holy Ghost incarnate; the One Who inspired the Prophets and Seers!