Know Joseph Smith is a Prophet by His Fruits

Know Joseph Smith is a Prophet by His Fruits

Dear Gramps, We had a family baptized a few weeks ago. They seemed really excited and happy. Now all of a sudden they want their names removed from the church. They were surfing on line and read  where we believe that “As man now is, God once was. As God now is,...
Worth of Souls

Worth of Souls

Dear Gramps, I believe that a man and a woman in my ward are not married but are living together. I was just assigned to be her Visiting Teacher, but when I stopped by a little ahead of our appointment, the circumstances I found lead me to believe that this is not...
Gaining and Regaining a Testimony

Gaining and Regaining a Testimony

Dear Gramps I am 63 years old.  I have been a member of the Church since 1 Jan 1963, I was 17 at the time stationed in England with the USAF.  I have always believed in Jesus and the Church.  During the past couple of years I have read the scriptures front to back,...
My friend is disturbed by the impression that he does not have a testimony of the truthfulness of the gospel as taught in the Mormon Church, but states that he knows that it is true by logic.

My friend is disturbed by the impression that he does not have a testimony of the truthfulness of the gospel as taught in the Mormon Church, but states that he knows that it is true by logic.

Dear Gramps: I have a friend who was “born” in the Mormon Church – having joined before he was 8 years. He fears that he does not have a testimony of the restored gospel but knows “through logic that it is true.” He is now keeping himself aloof from the Church and...
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