Sacrament and the Word of Wisdom

Sacrament and the Word of Wisdom

What is the meaning of the phrase “of your own make” in D&C 89:6. Does this mean that wine can be used for the sacrament as long as it is “of our own make?” Kurt ______________________ Kurt, I think you are right. As long as the wine is...
Diabetics and preparedness

Diabetics and preparedness

Since we are told to have a one year supply in case of emergency, what should a diabetic person do since they cannot obtain enough insulin to survive for a year? What will happen to them? Bonnie _______________________________________________________ Bonnie, This is...
Joseph Smith and liquor

Joseph Smith and liquor

Why did Joseph Smith refuse the offering of liquor during his leg operation as a young child? Obviously, this was long before the Word of Wisdom, so why would there have been a problem? Thanks, Bill _____________________________________________ Bill, It’s an...
Condemned for being a vegetarian

Condemned for being a vegetarian

Dear Mr. Gramps, I’m a vegetarian. It has come up a few times in casual conversation, such as at church functions, and people automatically start to argue with me and say that I’m sinning because I simply don’t eat meat. I don’t think that...
Naturally occuring caffeine

Naturally occuring caffeine

I have been reading a lot about the problems with energy drinks out there and the high amounts of caffeine in them. I drink a shake in the morning from a mix. The ingredients at the bottom say that this contains a natural caffeine. I called the company that makes this...
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