Is divorce the right thing to do over money?

Is divorce the right thing to do over money?

Question   Gramps, My husband and I have been married for 18 years, we were sealed 3 and 1/2 years ago. My husband has an addiction problem, it’s like he’s addicted to having an addiction. For 18 years we have barely scraped by, robbing peter to pay Paul, I have asked...
Will I be stuck with my ex husband forever?

Will I be stuck with my ex husband forever?

Question   Gramps, Unfortunately I am in a situation I never wanted. I was sealed in the temple but am now divorced. I have 2 young children. What is the church’ stance on having the sealing revoked?  I have heard it can only be done if you want to remarry? Will...
Bishops and Divorce

Bishops and Divorce

Can a man married to a divorced woman (specifically if she was sealed in the temple in her first marriage) be called to be a Bishop? I can’t find an accurate answer for that. Thanks! Bernice _______________ Bernice, As I have taken time to research an answer to...
Divorce and Children

Divorce and Children

What happens to people, by people I mean my father, who cause a divorce when there is small children involved? Rose ______________ Rose, Any decision we make we are held accountable before God for the consequences of our decisions, whether they be choices which lead...
Help through the Savior

Help through the Savior

Dear Gramps, Six years ago I lost my family through divorce (through no fault of my own (my mother-in-law caused it). We had not been sealed in the temple yet. We have had no contact in all this time. I love and miss them so much that I cannot stand to live my life. I...
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