Mid Singles/YSA

Mid Singles/YSA

Hello Gramps, I am a 27 year old divorced LDS woman. I have been divorced for 3 years and I have just graduated from nursing school. I tried attending YSA activities but I felt very out of place due to the fact that most of the people are between 18-21 and are in a...
Patriarchal Blessing Invalid?

Patriarchal Blessing Invalid?

When I got my patriarchal blessing several years ago, I was not worthy. I deliberately lied during the interview. I have since confessed and have been working to correct my behavior (struggles with pornography and masturbation) and have made some progress in the year...
Consecrated Oil

Consecrated Oil

Dear Gramps, In the blessing of the sick and afflicted, how long has the use of consecrated oil been a part of the ordinance? Has this always been the case since the earliest dispensations of time, or did it start with the restoration of the Gospel in this...
Can Priesthood blessings be done on objects?

Can Priesthood blessings be done on objects?

Question Gramps, Each Sunday my husband and I discuss what we learned in our respective classes. I must say some of the topics and events I hear are discussed in Elders Quorum seem ridiculous. Recently the class discussed administering Priesthood Blessings to things...
Patriarchal blessing and adoption

Patriarchal blessing and adoption

If your patriarchal blessing says that you are adopted, what does that mean? Karen _____________ Karen, I have to assume that you mean that when your patriarchal blessing is declaring your linage it mentions you being adopted into one of the twelve tribes. That is...
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