One of my family members stated that my deceased inacative brother is in a state of torture for not having lived the principles of the gospel. How can I respond to this remark as the only other active member in my immediate family?

One of my family members stated that my deceased inacative brother is in a state of torture for not having lived the principles of the gospel. How can I respond to this remark as the only other active member in my immediate family?

Question Dear Gramps, My brother was tragically killed one year ago. Although, he was born under the covenant and baptized at the age of 8, he was not taught the gospel standards as a child and lived in a home that did not have high regard for the Church. I have two...
What happens to your spirit when you die?

What happens to your spirit when you die?

Question   Dear Gramps, I was wondering what happens to your spirit when you die? Where does it go? Does your spirit go to judgment after you die? Connie   Answer   Dear Connie, The process of death is very much like taking off a coat. The body is the...
Do people who commit suicide go to hell?

Do people who commit suicide go to hell?

Question   Dear Gramps, My 24 year old son suffered for years with severe depression and finally took his own life. I feel that God forgave him and that he is in heaven. A woman that knows me keeps blogging about people who commit suicide and says that they all...
What do our spirits look like?

What do our spirits look like?

Question   Dear Gramps, Since mortality we inherit half the genes from our mother and half from our father. Do we look like we do now, when we die, or before we were born? Will you recognize people in the spirit world you knew here or will they look totally...
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