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Why were the Armenian people not protected from genocide?

Question   Hi Gramps, In the scriptures, it tells of the Lord's doings with His people, like "if they keep my commandments they shall prosper in the land." If the Armenian people were Christians, why did God not protect them from genocide? If they were living in...

Is there hope for eternal life if one dies an Atheist?

Question   Gramps, My daughter recently passed away.  She had been baptized in the church at age 8, but by the time she was a teenager she had become an atheist.  What can I expect for her now that she has passed on?  Is there any hope of her gaining eternal life...

Why do temples seem to be built in rich areas?

Question   Gramps, Why does it seem like temples are built in "rich" areas? I realize that the Church wants the temples visible from afar, but it's frustrating to see temples built in affluent areas. Why can't they be built in more "common" areas? Tiffany  ...

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...

Are there 3 degrees in the Terrestrial Kingdom?

Question   Gramps, Are there also 3 degrees of kingdoms within the Terrestrial Kingdom? Ray   Answer   Dear Ray, The best thing I can say about that is ‘we don’t know.’  I know that isn’t the answer you were hoping for, but it’s the best we can do right...

What happens at a temple dedication?

Question   Gramps, What happens at a temple dedication? Sara   Answer   Dear Sara, Our modern temple dedications follow the pattern and agenda Joseph Smith set with the dedication of the Kirtland House of the Lord. At that dedication, the meeting...

How can I use my Gift of Discernment to help others?

Question   Dear Gramps, How can I use my gift of discernment to help others?  Thankyou. Emmie   Answer   Dear Emmie, When I read your question, the words of Elder Bednar came to my mind: “There are times when people are silent in their screaming but you...

What does it mean that God is “no respecter of persons?”

Question   Gramps, What does it mean when I hear that God is no respecter of persons? Alfred   Answer   Dear Alfred, I saw a lot of confusion over this phrase when I recently answered a question about the order of ordinance of the sacrament. Since this...

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