What does ‘Judge not, that ye be not judged’ mean?

Question   Gramps, What is the real meaning behind the Bible’s “Judge Not, That You Be Not Judged?.” Tracie   Answer   Dear Tracie, In my view this verse is more well known than virtually any other verse in the holy bible, including John 3:16, Acts...

Were parts of Isaiah written after his death?

Question   Dear Gramps, In the Book of Mormon, Nephi and Jacob heavily quote Isaiah. However, modern Bible scholars hold that parts of Isaiah weren’t actually written by the Old-Testament prophet, and maintain passages after Isaiah 40 were written after...

Are the trees of life and knowledge two separate trees?

Question   Gramps, So in the Garden of Eden, do you think that there are literally 2 separate trees being the tree of life and the tree of knowledge? Devin   Answer   Dear Devin, This is a good question as the the Lord does often use symbols to teach...

What is the meaning of Matthew 9:36-37?

Question   Gramps, Could you please explain to me the verses 36 and 37 of Matthew Chapter 9?  Why did Jesus say those words and how does it match with the questions asked by people about fasting? kwrwmdao   Answer   Dear kwrwmdao, Thank you for your...

How is Matthew 26:13 a memorial to Mary?

Question   Gramps, I enjoy reading your posts. I have been curious about this passage of scripture for awhile: Matthew 26:13. In what ways do we preach this in all the world as a memorial to her? Is it something passively taught? Or was it meant to be more...
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