Is God’s love unconditional?

Is God’s love unconditional?

Question   Gramps, Is God’s love unconditional? Pam   Answer   Dear Pam, Elder Russell M. Nelson has taught that “Divine love is infinite and universal. The Savior loves both saints and sinners.”  Divine Love, Ensign, Feb 2003. ...
Is God’s real name Elohim?

Is God’s real name Elohim?

Question   Gramps, Is Gods real name Elohim? Kori   Answer   Dear Kori, Elohim is a word that we Latter-day Saints use to refer to God the Father. If that’s how one defines a name, then it can certainly be considered a name. But beyond that, we...
How can God sit in Heaven and witness so much abuse?

How can God sit in Heaven and witness so much abuse?

Question   Dear Gramps, With all of the horrific abuse heaped upon animals and children by others, and the unspeakable pain suffered by them as a result, how can God sit in heaven and watch it all and not be moved with righteous indignation?  Is this what we have...
Is God both our Father and Mother in Heaven?

Is God both our Father and Mother in Heaven?

Question Gramps, Forgive me for this question. I have many speculate that our Father in Heaven is our Mother in Heaven too. Can you please clarify this for me? I personally would rather have two separate parents. Thank you Marco   Answer Marco, I think the most...
Is God a respecter of persons sometimes?

Is God a respecter of persons sometimes?

Question   Gramps, Why does the Lord seem to bless some of the faithful with prosperity? It seems that others who are faithful and also pay their tithes and do what they’re asked seem to find failure in business opportunities and employment. All they are...
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