Does God get angry?

Does God get angry?

Question   Gramps, Does God get angry? Melissa   Answer   Dear Melissa, God absolutely gets angry! The scriptures attest to His wrath that get poured out among the wicked, and it is not spared against those who fail to live up to their covenants. The...
Does God know the choices I will make before I make them?

Does God know the choices I will make before I make them?

Question   Gramps, Does God know what choices I will make long before I make them? Does he already know my complete life and the choices I will make in the future? Greg   Answer   Greg, In our Book of Mormon we can read the following verse of scripture,...
Why didn’t God make this a perfect world?

Why didn’t God make this a perfect world?

Question   Gramps, I teach the youth at church and yesterday one of my students asked me this question – I have some ideas but not much evidence to back up my thoughts, can you help?  “If God really created and designed this world, would he not have...
What about the trinity of the Godhead?

What about the trinity of the Godhead?

Question   Hallo Gramps, Does the Trinity really reflect the existence of our Father (GODHEAD). I have come to view Jesus as our big brother, who is perfect and never as part of the ALMIGHTY, but a creation of Him. Could I be wrong? Charles   Answer  ...
Who is the author of the Plan of Salvation?

Who is the author of the Plan of Salvation?

Question   Gramps, Who is the author of the Plan of Salvation and who presented it at the grand council in Heaven? Walter   Answer   Walter, Heavenly Father is the creator of the Plan of Salvation. Elder L. Tom Perry explained this simply in the October...
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