How do you cast your burdens upon the Lord?

How do you cast your burdens upon the Lord?

Question   Gramps, The scriptures often tell us to cast our burdens on the Lord. How does one do this? Please help. I need to teach a lesson on this in two weeks! Jacqueline   Answer   Dear Jacqueline, Why don’t you ask your class? I find that in...
Are there keys that only Jesus Christ holds?

Are there keys that only Jesus Christ holds?

Question   Gramps, Our topic of discussions this month with the YW and YM is the priesthood. One of them asked,”What priesthood keys are held by Jesus Christ that the President of the church does not hold?” I was not able to answer the question at...
Did Nephi live to see Jesus?

Did Nephi live to see Jesus?

Question   Gramps, Did Nephi live to meet Jesus?Jerry    Answer   Dear Jerry, I can see where your confusion comes from. The name of Nephi is the Book of Mormon version of John Smith. It seems like you can’t read many pages without seeing it pop...
Why was Christ’s atonement so gruesome?

Why was Christ’s atonement so gruesome?

Question   Gramps, What is your opinion of why Christ’s atonement had to be so gruesome?  I think of Abraham’s showing his obedience to God asking him to sacrifice Isaac and God not requiring him to complete the sacrifice. Richard   Answer  ...
Why does there have to be 3 in the Godhead?

Why does there have to be 3 in the Godhead?

Question Gramps, Why does there have to be three in the Godhead or why is there three in the Godhead? Thanks, Jesus   Answer Dear Jesus, By having three members in the Godhead, we find God exemplifying the law of witnesses that he gave to His children (see...
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