Saturday, May 9, 2015

What is the Purpose of LDS Temples?

LDS temples are dedicated to the Lord by selected Church Authorities for the performance of sacred ordinances. These ordinances are outward demonstrations of an inner commitment to God. We show this commitment by covenants we make with Him during these special ceremonies and by adhering to those covenants from then on. The crowning ordinance that takes place in temples is that of sealing families so they can last beyond the grave and into eternity. My greatest feelings of joy have come from making and keeping temple covenants.


(Article Submitted by Joshua Foster)

1 comment:

  1. There really is a peace that comes into my life as I attend the temple regularly. I am so grateful for temples and that families can be together forever through the sealing ordinances there.

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