It seems to me it would be a fine thing if every set of parents would have in every bedroom in their house a picture of the temple so the [child] from the time he is an infant could look at the picture every day and it becomes a part of his life. When he reaches the age that he needs to make this very important decision, it will already have been made.Spencer W. Kimball
A while back I took some photos of the Bountiful Temple, shared them for FREE (you can still get them here). I really have loved seeing them all over the web and social media, so here I am, sharing another set of photos that I snapped of the Salt Lake Temple a few years back.
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Last week was LDS General Conference. If you don’t know what that is, it is a Semi-Annual Broadcast of our Church’s (The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints) Leaders. Each Leader gives messages for the members of the Church to help them in their daily life.
I particularly enjoyed the talk “Family History and Temple Work: Sealing and Healing” given by Elder Dale G. Renlund. At first, I mainly just enjoyed it, because of my love for Genealogy and Family History work. But later in the week, Continue reading Branches, getting back to our roots!
“Be found doing the work of the Lord.” – Thomas S. Monson
One of the biggest reasons that I do Family History work, or even was interested in getting involved in the first place (maybe I’ll tell you the full story later…), was to be able to Temple Work for them. *If you are not a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, and are interested in understanding what this even is, check out this fabulous article explaining why Mormons undertake so much family history work: https://www.comeuntochrist.org/beliefs/family/family-history
So, after catching the Family History bug, I have found new meaning behind the time that I spend at the Temple and naturally, I want to share that love of the Temple with everyone!! Continue reading Free Bountiful Temple Images + Quote