Browsing: Temple Prep

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=DHhgLnIvuAs Set aside a good 3 hours and 43 minutes for a mind-bending tour laced with unbelievable parallels that defy…

Did you know that Moses had to veil his face around the Israelites? Read the account is taken from Exodus…

The symbol of a mountain is a common archetype in religious traditions and is it any wonder? Their everlasting stability,…

The veil was one of the core elements of the Hebrew temple. It was the dividing line between this world…

You’ve probably seen QR codes around and you may or may not know what they’re for, but God uses them, well, something like them to indicate that there are truths hidden in plain sight.

Is there an amazing host of rich symbolism contained in the architecture of LDS chapels? I’ve put together some information that suggests that there is more than meets the eye; you might never look at you local chapel the same way again.

I’ve been thinking about how we refer to the sacrament as an ordinance that “renews” our baptismal covenants, but is that all there is to it or is there more? Of course there is more! The more I learn about any gospel topic or doctrine, the more I find incredible depth and richness.

In her 2010 FAIR Conference presentation “The Two Trees”, Valerie Hudson discusses the relationship and differences between men and women in the gospel with insights into the two trees in the Garden of Eden.

We usually think of the word ‘covenant’ as simply meaning ‘a promise’ or ‘a promise between two people’, but a deeper study of the word reveals that there is much more happening when we speak of covenants and their implications.

A talk given at a meeting of the Genealogical Society of Utah at the Assembly Hall in Salt Lake on October 12, 1920. By far one of my favorite talks on the temple. The whole thing is great, but the last third is really priceless information.