We must be faithful to God's commandments so we can be prepared to imagine that day when we will see our Heavenly Father again.
We come closer to Christ by making and keeping covenants in the temple and seeking to love and understand God’s symbols and the holy garment.
When we accept God’s plan and timing, we can strengthen our connections with others and know there are no coincidences in the work of the Lord.
Life can be uncomfortable, but prayer, service, and temple attendance can help us find true comfort in the Savior.
To fulfill our purpose, we must understand our divine potential, keep our covenants to gain covenantal power, and become perfected in Christ.
The endowment we receive from the Lord is not just for the temple but to help and bless us throughout our lives in a troubled world.
Elder Gary E. Stevenson highlights the heavenly blessings we have received to help us with our divinely appointed responsibilities.
David A. Bednar draws parallels between miracles in 1846 and in 2020. Covenants made in the temple are worth sacrifice and provide strength.
Christpher Waddell explains that we must prepare to meet our Heavenly Father. When the time comes, will you be ready?
As evil increases in the world, there are compensatory spiritual gifts—like temple work and the sabbath day—to give power to the righteous.
In a world where family ideals gravitate toward convenience, Elder Hafen reminds us of the order of marriage taught in the Lord's temples.
Temple worship is a source of protection and promise. In the temple, we do saving work for our dead, seal families together, and invite God into our lives.
The blessings of temple ordinances are sacred and eternal, and essential. Prepare now to make and keep temple covenants.
After reflecting on the 9/11 tragedy a year ago, BYU's president counsels students to treat the university, and their bodies, as temples of learning.
In the 21st century, the Church will continue to grow. One sign of its progress toward the second coming is the building and use of temples.
The priesthood, the presence of the Holy Ghost, our temple covenants—these are heavenly powers that bless our lives when we live the gospel.
My dear brothers and sisters, it isn’t often that Sister Tuttle gets to accompany me on church assignments, but she is here tonight, and I’d first like to introduce her to you and then have her say a few words. First, you can see that she is beautiful. Second, she has a beautiful name. Her name is Marné, with a French “é.” We have lived in many places fulfilling Church…
Spencer W. Kimball, speaking of temples now and in the future, tells of a time when temples will be operating night and day to accomplish the Lord's work.
God will save our generation by sending Elijah with priesthood sealing keys to connect us with our forefathers and our posterity.
Joseph Fielding Smith is given an award celebrating his work in genealogy. He speaks about the central role of the sealing power in our quest for salvation.
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Commitment to temple marriage begins with dating worthy Saints. As you date, consider the covenants you intend to make and the home you wish to have.
If we want our marriage to last beyond this life, we must be faithful to the new and everlasting covenant of marriage we've made with our spouse and God.
An eternal home is one where eternal covenants are made and kept. Strive for a temple marriage, and treasure your spouse and children.
Each of us is a temple of God. Do not leave this university without gaining a testimony of that responsibility and becoming committed to it.