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I Love to See the Temple | 22 March 2022

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Here’s your daily dose of what matters most! We can learn to love the temple and all it represents, in spite of all the distractions of the world.

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Wherefore I, Jacob, gave unto them these words as I taught them in the temple, having first obtained mine errand from the Lord.Jacob 1:17

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It is in the temple that we can receive the assurance of loving family connections that will continue after death and last for eternity.Henry B. Eyring

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This Day in Church History

1856: John G. Hafen, later a Utah landscape artist and Salt Lake Temple muralist, is born in Thurgin Canton, Switzerland.
1928: Elaine Low (Jack), later twelfth general president of the Relief Society, is born in Salt Lake City, Utah.
1972: Shawn Paul Bradley, later a professional basketball player, is born in Landstuhl, West Germany.

Daily Question

What was your first experience in the temple like?

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