Mormon Temples Under Construction

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Those who understand the eternal blessings which come from the temple know that no sacrifice is too great, no price too heavy, no struggle too difficult in order to receive those blessings. There are never too many miles to travel, too many obstacles to overcome, or too much discomfort to endure. “The Holy Temple- A Beacon to the World,” President Monson April 2011. You can read the full text of President Monson’s message or watch the video of the message.

When the Córdoba Argentina and Payson Utah Temples are dedicated in 2015, they will be added to the list of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints’ 140-plus operating temples throughout the world. The Córdoba Argentina Temple will be dedicated 17 May 2015, and the Payson Utah Temple will be dedicated 7 June 2015. They are two of 14 temples under construction and featured on the infographic below.

2 thoughts on “Mormon Temples Under Construction

    humanity777 said:
    Friday, 2 January2015 at 22:59

    And those who understand GOD:


    Faith totally lost!


      keithlbrown1958 responded:
      Saturday, 3 January2015 at 06:21

      Mormons do not believe that God physically lives in temples, but the Spirit of God does dwell there. Mormons go to temples to worship God and to perform sacred ordinances such as marriage for time and eternity. Worshiping in a temple is not a new concept on the horizon. There were temples in Old Testament times as well. If you say that “faith [is] totally lost” in worshiping in temples, then are you also saying that the faith of those of old was also “totally lost”? I totally disagree with you. Temples in Old Testament times had sacred purposes, just as temples today do. Christian congregations gather together on their Sabbath day to worship God. Does God physically dwell in the buildings where they worship, or physically appear to the congregants? No, He does not, but His Spirit is felt in the services.


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