What does it mean for a Latter-day Saint to go through the Temple?
“To go through the temple” is a broad and vague phrase. It means to take part in special ceremonies that brings members of the church and their families closer to God.
Did you know?
Members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints prefer not to be called “mormons” anymore? The term “mormon” is a nickname comes from a book of scripture called “The Book of Mormon: Another Testament of Christ.” Learn more.
The word Mormon is fine to use in proper names, like the Book of Mormon, or in historical expressions like the Mormon Trail. But we ask that you refer to us as “Latter-day Saints” or “members of the restored Church of Jesus Christ.”
To be baptized is to promise to, “always remember “Christ”, that his spirit may be with you.”
Temples are vital in the lives of Latter-Day Saints. Within the walls of the Oakland Temple, volunteers dedicate hours of work as service as they try to get closer to God. A Latter-Day Saint becoming closer to God when they go through the temple .
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