If the parents who have children sealed to them live in accordance with the covenants they make, their chidren will be theirs in eternity.
The children of a woman who has been sealed in the temple and remarries for time only and remains faithful to her covenants will be considered to have been born under the covenant, and will belong to their mother in the eternities.
Resurrected beings living during the Millenium will probably have some limitation to their endurance. There is no known revelation on the subject, however.
The Bible doesn’t clearly teach some Mormon doctrines and that is why a restoration of the truth was necessary. The Holy Ghost will help people learn true doctrine.
In the afterlife, we will be able to remember all that has gone on while in mortality. A person may be forgiven of murder depending on their intentions.
Mormons believe death is a passing into an afterlife. Mormon obituaries often speak of someone having “passed away” or having “gone home to Heavenly Father.” Mormons believe that after death a person will return to God but they can only remain in God’s presence in the afterlife if they have been good people.
Mormonism teaches that the Telestial Kingdom is a kingdom of glory. If a person could get a glimpse of the glory of the Telestial Kingdom they would be tempted to commit suicide to get there.
Mormonism teaches that after the resurrection, we can gradually attain perfection in body, mind, and spirit.
According to Mormon scripture, Adam spoke a language that was pure and undefiled. It is most likely the language of Mormonism’s Celestial Kingdom.