What is the Gift of Aaron?

What is the Gift of Aaron?

Question   What is “the gift of Aaron” referred to in D&C 8:6-8? Tim   Answer   Tim, The revelations given to Joseph Smith were often edited prior to publication¬†in order to clarify their application to the Church members who would read...
Michael/Adam and the Priesthood

Michael/Adam and the Priesthood

Michael had the priesthood and participated in the creation. Before entering the garden, Adam was given (eternally married) to Eve. After they were driven from the garden, Adam was given the Aaronic and Melchizedek priesthood. Did Adam (and Eve)lose the priesthood...
Archangel Raziel

Archangel Raziel

Dear gramps, Do Mormons belive in the Archangel Raziel? Juliette _____________ Juliette, Under various Jewish traditions, the Archangel Raziel is known for being the Keeper of Secrets/Mysteries, as well as sitting by the Lord’s throne keeping a record of the...
How is it Joseph Smith saw God and lived?

How is it Joseph Smith saw God and lived?

Gramps, I was wondering how Joseph Smith saw God and lived? Here are two scriptures: Exodus 33:20, John 1:18…my Mom is Mormon, and gave me a copy of a LDS living magazine that said Joseph Smith actually saw God, how can I believe that with these scriptures?...
Did Joseph Smith die a poor man?

Did Joseph Smith die a poor man?

Question Gramps, I am always arguing with my mother on The Book of Mormon and other LDS issues. She is a nonmember who tries to prove that Joseph Smith is a fraud and that the whole church is a fraud. I love her arguing because it makes my testimony stronger every...
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