Teachings of Lorenzo Snow Lesson 10: "Come into the Temples"
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April 19, 2013 - 2:56am
MR says: "We feel when we go into these temples that we enjoy the Spirit of the Lord more fully than in any other place. They are the Lord’s buildings, and His most important work is carried on within their walls." - President Lorenzo Snow
Get the full lesson "Come Into the Temple" from the Teachings of Lorenzo Snow at LDS.org.Note: As the Church has said, the manual has been prepared as the primary source of lesson material. These supplements, from general conference addresses, are meant only as a complement to your study on this lesson’s topic.Supplement is from a talk given by President Thomas S. Monson titled "The Holy Temple—A Beacon to the World."Every temple is a house of God, filling the same functions and with identical blessings and ordinances. The Rome Italy Temple, uniquely, is being built in one of the most historic locations in the world, a city where the ancient Apostles Peter and Paul preached the gospel of Christ and where each was martyred.Last October, as we gathered on a lovely pastoral site in the northeast corner of Rome, it was my opportunity to offer a prayer of dedication as we prepared to break the ground. I felt impressed to call upon Italian senator Lucio Malan and Rome’s vice-mayor Giuseppe Ciardi to be among the first to turn a shovelful of earth. Each had been a part of the decision to allow us to build a temple in their city.The day was overcast but warm, and although rain threatened, not more than a...Continue reading this article »