Sealing to father or stepfather?  What do I do?

Sealing to father or stepfather? What do I do?

Question   Gramps, My parents divorced when I was 7. A few years later, both married other people.  My mom and stepfather joined the church. My stepfather died of cancer 3 months after his baptism and my mom chose to be sealed to him a year later. My dad passed away a...
Would our situation allow us to be sealed?

Would our situation allow us to be sealed?

Question   Gramps, Hi. I have only been in the LDS church for 2 years and my boyfriend just a few weeks. We just started dating and have talked about getting married. We both have been divorced and have kids. We do not live together and are keeping the law of...
Should I be sealed to my parents?

Should I be sealed to my parents?

Question   Gramps, I was abandoned by my father at age 2, abused by my step-father, then abandoned by my mother at age 10. I was sent to live with my widowed grandmother. who resented every day I lived with her. I have been sealed for 45 years to my love, who has...
Does my situation qualify as a sealing rejection?

Does my situation qualify as a sealing rejection?

Question   Gramps, I am a 45 year old single sister. Recently, a brother mentioned the two of us getting sealed together when his wife dies. This was not the first time we’ve had this discussion. I do love him but as a brother. A fact which I have told him. He...
Was there sealing power at the time of Christ?

Was there sealing power at the time of Christ?

Question   Gramps, At the time that Christ was on the earth, did they have the sealing power that we have today? And if so why did Elijah need to give it? Why not Peter? Nephi   Answer   Dear Nephi, After Peter made his confession of faith, Jesus promised him...
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