What is the curse mentioned in Ether 14:1?

Question   Gramps, What was exactly the curse mentioned in Ether 14:1? Does it mean that things just disappeared? Luis   Answer   Dear Luis, I expect many of us have wondered how this curse works. Unfortunately, the scriptures only give us clues. I...

What is meant by Moses 1:39?

Question   Gramps, What is meant by Moses 1:39?  I understand that immortality has already been fulfilled by the Savior but what is meant by Eternal Life? 1 Nephi 9:6 says that God has the power to fulfill all of his words. All men will be baptized and have...

According to 1 Corinthians 6:16, is premarital sex non existent?

Question   Gramps, I have a troubling Biblical question no one seems to be able to answer. It is blunt and personal, but I am desperately seeking an answer.  According to 1 Cor. 6:16, is premarital sex non existent? Is sex marriage?  To spare details, I have...

What is the meaning of verse 95 in D&C 88?

Question   Gramps, What is the meaning of verse 95 in D&C 88? Diane   Answer   Dear Diane, As a courtesy to those readers who have not yet taken the time to memorize the 141 verses of D&C 88, I’ll cite the relevant portion here: “And...

Why was there so much justified killing in the Old Testament?

Question   Gramps, Why was there so much justified killing in the Old Testament? Including children and animals? Janis   Answer   Hello Janis, This is a question I have pondered myself.  We are all the sons and daughters of God.  Our father in Heaven,...
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