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Is a resurrected being a Celestial being only?

Question   Gramps, Is a resurrected being celestial or can they be a lower order? Dan   Answer   Hello Dan, Thank you for your question, this has always been a fun subject for me. As we know, thanks to the Atonement of the Savior, all mankind will one...

Can used temple clothing be given to another?

Question   Hi Gramps, I have a friend who has two sets of temple ceremonial clothes and he wants to give me one.  Since he has used both, he’s not sure if he can do that. Is it ok? Thanks. Edson   Answer   Hi Edson, Yes, members of the church may...

Am I worthy of help?

Question   Dear Gramps, I haven’t been exercising my faith lately and I started suffering from depression. I read that I can ask for a blessing, but I don’t feel worthy, not at all. So I wish I changed and know I need help, yet I don’t feel like...

Can one get baptized without joining any church?

Question   Gramps, Is it possible to get baptized as a commitment to follow Christ, but not join any particular church? Bri   Answer   Dear Bri, There may be someone out there who would offer you that service, the question is what would it mean?  If you...

Are the 144,000 spoken of in Revelation 7:4 virgins?

Question   Gramps, Are the 144,000 spoken of in Revelation 7:4 virgins? Jeff   Answer   Hello Jeff, Thank you for your question Jeff, and the question is not one that will provide a definitive answer. The answer will provide you with points to consider...

What is the Church’s thoughts on tarot cards?

Question   Gramps, Throughout my life I grew up surrounded in my country with people who have the ability to read tarot cards. In many cases they were on point . I was also around empaths. What is the Church’s thoughts on it? Ash   Answer   Dear...

Finding the best resources. How can you help?

I appreciate all that follow the Ask Gramps website.  I realize that I can’t answer all of the questions that come to me.  But I want people to be able to find all of the answers that they need or are looking for.  How can you help? You can help by taking this...

When does the Sabbath Day actually begin and end?

Question   Dear Gramps, Jewish tradition holds that the Sabbath is from sundown one day until sundown the next day.  For us as Christians, and particularly LDS Christians, does that mean from sundown Saturday night till sundown Sunday night?  If so, I need to...

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