Is there progression between kingdoms?

Question   Gramps, Where in the scriptures or modern day teachings does it explain that there is no progression between kingdoms?  For example, at judgment if a person is in the Terrestrial Kingdom can this person advance to the Celestial Kingdom? Nathan  ...

Is there no work, knowledge or wisdom in the grave?

Question   Gramps, Ecclesiastes 9:10King James Version (KJV) 10 Whatsoever thy hand findeth to do, do it with thy might; for there is no work, nor device, nor knowledge, nor wisdom, in the grave, whither thou goest. According to this verse in the Bible, there is...

When is the ‘veil of forgetfulness’ removed?

Question   Gramps, Is the Veil of Forgetfulness that was placed upon us when we were born into this world still in place upon those who have died and are in the Spirit World?  I assume that it will definitely be removed after the resurrection, but what about...

After death, does the look of one’s spirit body change?

Question   Gramps, When a person dies from this earth, does the look of their spirit body change?  Do they appear the same age they die? Joan   Answer   Hi Joan, Thank you for your questions. I appreciate the opportunity to share with you some concepts...

Are those in the spirit world conscious of time passing?

Question   Gramps, Are those who are waiting in the spirit world conscious of time passing?  Several people have told me they don’t do temple work because it will all be done in the millennium.  It seems to me like they would be waiting for us to do the...
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