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...
Why was the Sabbath Day changed to Sunday?

Why was the Sabbath Day changed to Sunday?

Question   Hi Gramps, My Mormon friend directed me to your website for answers. So I have had a look at the rich repository to many of my questions. I noted your answer in two similar questions to “Why was the Sabbath day changed from Saturday to Sunday?”...
Sacrament Tablecloths

Sacrament Tablecloths

Why do the sacrament tablecloths need to be nontransparent? Edson __________________ Dear Edson, (vol. 2, 20.4.2): “Sacrament tablecloths should be white, nontransparent, clean, and pressed. Sacrament trays should be kept clean.” Strictly speaking, the...
Is it okay to go barefoot to church?

Is it okay to go barefoot to church?

Question   Gramps, My bishop recently said he’d like me to wear shoes during church because it’s respectful, but he won’t try to make me. I won’t fight with the church, so if that’s his wish, I’ll comply. But I’ve read in the scriptures about shoes not being...
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