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...
Will a prophet arise from Native Americans?

Will a prophet arise from Native Americans?

Question   Gramps, In 1876, Orson Pratt added a footnote that was later removed by the Church in 1909. I believe the footnote was in 2nd Nephi, chapter 3, verse 24. In the very beginning of the verse we read of “One mighty,” who Orson Pratt implies by a footnote...
Enoch and His City

Enoch and His City

First of all thanks Gramps for such an informative site.  May we all shoot for that goal. But my question is in regard to the return of Enoch and his city to the New Jerusalem where it says that we will cry on their shoulders and they on ours. What do you think the...
More Scripture to be Revealed

More Scripture to be Revealed

Dear Gramps. I have read and studied the Old and New Testaments,  Book of Mormon, Doctrine & Covenants, and Pearl of Great Price since I was a kid. I am just wondering about further light and knowledge in other scriptures being revealed. Do you have ideas about...
Difficult in Receiving Revelation

Difficult in Receiving Revelation

Dear Gramps, I was reading in church history how difficult it was for President Spencer W. Kimball to get the 1978 revelation on the priesthood. He spent months in the upper rooms of the Salt Lake Temple, pondering and praying upon the matter before he felt he had an...
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