What does Kolob mean?

What does Kolob mean?

Question   Hello Gramps! I just discovered this wonderful resource. My question refers to Kolob. I have heard other people mention this name and you mentioned it in response to a question about the Pearl of Great Price symbol. I would like to know what this is! Thanks...
What is known about the Adamic language?

What is known about the Adamic language?

Question   Dear Gramps, What do you know about the Adamic language? Is it the same as Hebrew? I have Jewish friends who say they are one and the same, but I thought the Adamic language was no longer on earth today. I’m interested in your thoughts.  Thank you!...
Should we use the name Yeshua instead of Jesus?

Should we use the name Yeshua instead of Jesus?

Question   Gramps, I knew someone from a Messianic Judaism religion who were insisting that the name Yeshua should be used and not Jesus. Because ,as he insisted. man doesn’t have the authority to change God’s name. He even gave an analogy of traveling to...
Where did the phrase “This too shall pass” come from?

Where did the phrase “This too shall pass” come from?

Question   Dear Gramps, Where did the phrase, “This too, shall pass” come from?  It sounds Book of Mormon, or at least LDS in the spirit of what it conveys, but I can’t find it in the scriptures.  It is used very often by people within and without...
What does Slippery Treasure mean?

What does Slippery Treasure mean?

Question   Gramps, In the Book of Mormon it mentions in several different places phrases (example Mormon 1:18) where the treasure or physical items became “slippery”. What does slippery mean? Does it mean the items physically disappeared or did people...
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