Joseph ordained with hands,
but Jesus authorized by his words.
Joseph tampered with God’s word,
but Jesus preserved God’s word.
Joseph boasted over his church,
but Jesus died for his church.
Joseph re-introduced the Aaronic priesthood,
but Jesus rendered it obsolete by his own blood.
Joseph said that a man became our God,
but Jesus, already equal with God, became a man.
Joseph devastated his wife with secretive polygamy,
but Jesus cherishes and nourishes his Bride as his own body.
Joseph sent his apostles on missions so he could proposition their wives,
but Jesus sent his apostles to be glorified in the gospel.
Joseph upgraded his First Vision to have both the Father and the Son,
but Jesus said that if you’ve seen the Son, you’ve already seen the Father.
Joseph offered godhood to his followers,
but Jesus promised the joy of knowing God.
Joseph was the founding prophet of the LDS Church,
but Jesus was the head of the last dispensation.
Joseph betrayed his friends,
but Jesus is the Good Shepherd who protects his flock.