Jesus Speaks for His Father

Jesus Speaks for His Father

Dear Gramps, Can you give a easy to understand explination of when reading the BOM, how to distinguish between God the Father and Jesus when they mention “God” “Lord” etc… Caren Dear Caren, It is difficult to determine when God the Father is speaking and when it is...
Adam Fell That Man Might Be

Adam Fell That Man Might Be

Dear Gramps, Why did Heavenly Father give Adam 2 commandments knowing he would have to sin to keep the one?  Do not Partake of the Fruit and Multiply and replenish the Earth. Leila Dear Leila, First of all, we need to keep in mind that Adam and Eve did not sin while...
Reckoning of Time

Reckoning of Time

Dear Gramps, Today many of us were talking about what Heavenly Fathers time table is, some said that 70 years of our life is like one hour of time to him. Do we have any idea at all what a typical mortal life is like in his time, has anything been written on it? Do we...
Can you explain the omnipresence of God?

Can you explain the omnipresence of God?

Question   Gramps, I don’t understand the omnipresence of Christ, Heavenly Father, and the Holy Ghost.   How can this be if they have bodies of flesh and bones. Excluding the Holy Ghost of course. The Holy Ghost can only be one place at one time, so I’ve heard....
God the Father

God the Father

Subject: Prophets & Heavenly Father Message: Please can you tell me if any other prophet besides Joseph Smith has seen God the Father face to face, like he did. Thanks so much. Jenny Dear Jenny, If you read in the Bible Dictionary under God, a very good...
God is Perfect

God is Perfect

Does God make mistakes?? Twan Dear Twan, We read in Matthew 5:48  “Be ye perfect, even as your Father which is in Heaven is perfect.”  Also in 3 Nephi 12: 48, Jesus commands the Nephites, “Therefore I would that ye should be perfect even as I, or...
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