Who is the prophet of the restoration?

Who is the prophet of the restoration?

Question Dear Gramps, Who is the prophet of the restoration? Becky   Answer Dear Becky, Just prior to his death,Lehi, gave counsel and blessings to each of his sons.  In the blessing and counsel to his youngest son, Joseph, Lehi relates several prophecies of...
Bible, a Book of Books

Bible, a Book of Books

Dear Gramps, wanted two know why the  Mormon and other faith have two bibles i know my bible does say any thing about this mr. smith and my bible clearly say you should not add or take one word or . from the bibble and yes even the old king james bible does say any...
Joseph’s Vision

Joseph’s Vision

Dear Gramps, Is joseph smiths vision real about god appearing with jesus in clouds and his covenant given by god to him. Because I believe only gods words and I want to know for sure if his covenant is true or not. Angel Dear Angel, The great story that we have to...
Was Joseph Smith a gentile?

Was Joseph Smith a gentile?

Gramps, 3rd Nephi 15-23: And they understood me not that I said they shall hear my voice; and they understood me not that the Gentiles should not at any time hear my voice—that I should not manifest myself unto them save it were by the Holy Ghost. Would this not...
How did Joseph Smith translate the Book of Mormon?

How did Joseph Smith translate the Book of Mormon?

Question   Gramps, I would like to know the exact way the Prophet Joseph translated the Book of Mormon. For instance, I read that at first he used a seer stone instead of the Urim and Thummim which he placed in his hat and buried his face into the hat to block...
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