Are there daughters as well as sons of perdition?

Are there daughters as well as sons of perdition?

Question   Dear Gramps, Many times over the years I have come across the term ‘Son’s of Perdition’. Does that mean there are no daughter’s of perdition and if not is it a matter of holding the priesthood at the time of denying and fighting...
Does Satan have the power to give us feelings and thoughts?

Does Satan have the power to give us feelings and thoughts?

Question   Dear Gramps, I was just reading your answer to the young lady about homosexuality and how it should be treated. In it was discussed whether the Lord gives feelings to us. My question is, “Doesn’t Satan also have the power to give us feelings?” Couldn’t...
What Is the Great and Abominable Church?

What Is the Great and Abominable Church?

Question   Gramps, What is to be considered the “great and abominable” church on the earth today? I have heard many references to this, and question whether it means a specific religion or not. Thank you. Mary   Answer   Dear Mary, We hear...
Is there a Satan for each world?

Is there a Satan for each world?

There is only one Savior of all our Father’s children, regardless of the earth they inhabit as mortals, and that Savior is the Lord Jesus Christ, the great Jehovah, the King of Zion, the Rock of Heaven.

Could Satan ever be forgiven?

Could Satan ever be forgiven?

Those who inherit any one of the three kingdoms of glory in the resurrection will remain in that kingdom forever, although there will be opportunity for continual progress within each of the kingdoms of glory.

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