Difficult in Receiving Revelation

Dear Gramps, I was reading in church history how difficult it was for President Spencer W. Kimball to get the 1978 revelation on the priesthood. He spent months in the upper rooms of the Salt Lake Temple, pondering and praying upon the matter before he felt he had an...

Discernment vs Revelation

Is there an appreciable difference between the power of discernment and revelation? Sunday school teacher molests girl during church. How did no priesthood holder get the inspiration to stop it? How was a man with these tendencies called to this  position? It seems...

What is revelation?

Question Gramps, Please explain revelation to me. Linda   Answer Linda, What a question! I could go on for pages, but I doubt that would be a preferred response. Instead, let me describe how I have received revelation in my life. Sometimes it comes as an...

Lost Books of the Bible

Bro Gramps, do you know if the LDS Headquarters use the “Lost Books of the Bible” and The “Forgotten Books of Eden”? I have had this bible for about 15 years and it is very very interesting. The reason these books wasn’t published is due...

I don’t understand the apparent conflict between Enoch talking with the Lord face to face, and then hundreds of years later, when the brother of Jared saw the Lord, the Lord said to him And never have I showed myself unto man whom I have created.

Question Dear Gramps, I need help understanding two seemingly conflicting scriptures. In Moses Chapter 7 verse 4, Enoch says that, And I saw the Lord; and he stood before my face, and he talked with me, even as a man talketh one with another, face to face. But then...
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