Why are you not supposed to go into the water on Sundays?

Why are you not supposed to go into the water on Sundays?

Question   Gramps, I’m aware of the last days vision concerning the destroyer on the waters, however I was wondering why specifically you are not supposed to go in water on Sundays. Susan   Answer   Dear Susan, As you’re aware, the Lord gave a revelation...
Is okay to exercise on Sunday?

Is okay to exercise on Sunday?

Question   Dear Gramps, I’ve been an avid follower of this page. And it has helped me answer doctrinal questions I’ve had kept.  As for my question, I would like to ask if it’s okay to do exercise on a Sunday. I mean it’s for one’s...
Is it okay to go fishing on Sunday?

Is it okay to go fishing on Sunday?

Question   Gramps, Is it ok to fish on Sunday, I really enjoy fishing but I am wondering if it’s appropriate for the sabbath. Dallin   Answer   Dear Dallin, Fishing is certainly good, clean fun-it’s a moral hobby and a wonderful activity to partake in. There is...
When does the Sabbath Day actually begin and end?

When does the Sabbath Day actually begin and end?

Question   Dear Gramps, Jewish tradition holds that the Sabbath is from sundown one day until sundown the next day.  For us as Christians, and particularly LDS Christians, does that mean from sundown Saturday night till sundown Sunday night?  If so, I need to curb...
How do I keep the Sabbath Day holy and honor my parents?

How do I keep the Sabbath Day holy and honor my parents?

Question   Gramps, Sometimes on Sundays, my parents ask me and my siblings to do chores and sometimes we go get food even if we have enough food. So I am just confused. Although I do all of my chores on Saturday, I am just not sure what to do. I was thinking Heavenly...
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