Temple Marriage Famous Quotes & Sayings

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22 Temple Marriage Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

Temple Marriage Sayings By Russell M. Nelson: Material possessions and honors of the world do not endure. But your union as wife, Material possessions and honors of the world do not endure. But your union as wife, husband, and family can. No sacrifice is too great to have the blessings of an eternal marriage. By making and keeping sacred temple covenants, we evidence our love for God, for our companion, and our real regard for our posterity-even those yet unborn. Our family is the focus of our greatest work and joy in this life; so will it be throughout all eternity. — Russell M. Nelson
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Temple Marriage Sayings By Joseph B. Wirthlin: When we are baptized and confirmed, when brethren are ordained to the priesthood, when we When we are baptized and confirmed, when brethren are ordained to the priesthood, when we go to the temple and receive our endowment, when we enter into the new and everlasting covenant of eternal marriage - in all these sacred ordinances, we make solemn commitments to keep God's commandments. — Joseph B. Wirthlin
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Temple Marriage Sayings By Ezra Taft Benson: My young sisters, we have such hope for you. We have such great expectations for My young sisters, we have such hope for you. We have such great expectations for you. Don't settle for less than what the Lord wants you to be ...
Give me a young woman who loves home and family, who reads and ponders the scriptures daily, who has a burning testimony of the Book of Mormon ... Give me a young woman who is virtuous and who has maintained her personal purity, who will not settle for less than a temple marriage, and I will give you a young woman who will perform miracles for the Lord now and throughout eternity. — Ezra Taft Benson
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Temple Marriage Sayings By Richard G. Scott: Two of the vital pillars that sustain Father in Heaven's plan of happiness are marriage Two of the vital pillars that sustain Father in Heaven's plan of happiness are marriage and the family. Their lofty significance is underscored by Satan's relentless efforts to splinter the family and to undermine the significance of temple ordinances, which bind the family together for eternity. The temple sealing has greater meaning as life unfolds. It will help you draw ever closer together and find greater joy and fulfillment in mortality. — Richard G. Scott
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Temple Marriage Sayings By Thomas S. Monson: Along that straight and true path there are other goals: missionary service, temple marriage, Church Along that straight and true path there are other goals: missionary service, temple marriage, Church activity, scripture study, prayer, temple work. There are countless worthy goals to reach as we travel through life. Needed is our commitment to reach them. — Thomas S. Monson
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Temple Marriage Sayings By Gordon B. Hinckley: Everything that occurs in the temple is uplifting and ennobling. It speaks of life here Everything that occurs in the temple is uplifting and ennobling. It speaks of life here and life beyond the grave. It speaks of the importance of the individual as a child of God. It speaks of the importance of the family and the eternity of the marriage relationship. — Gordon B. Hinckley
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Temple Marriage Sayings By Manasa Rao: I haven't been to a temple in years, never been forced. My folks always said, I haven't been to a temple in years, never been forced. My folks always said, marry a nice human being, religion doesn't matter. They said your god is inside you! Don't you forget that. Krishna, Jesus, Allah, are all one. Follow vegetarianism as far as you can, but you can choose your own diet, doesn't matter. Believe in god, but for you and not because the world asks you to. Forgive and forget to be at peace. Do not believe in revenge, believe in karma!! — Manasa Rao
Temple Marriage Sayings By Eldred G. Smith: We often say, and you have heard the expression as it has already been referred We often say, and you have heard the expression as it has already been referred to in this conference, that "as man now is, God once was, and as God now is, man may become." The only way man may become as God now is, is through fulfilling the laws of celestial marriage and the laws of the gospel, as I have just read to you the word of the Lord from the D&C. Can we afford to overlook such opportunities for exaltation? Temple marriage is not just another form of church wedding; it is a divine covenant with the Lord that if we are faithful to the end, we may become as God now is. — Eldred G. Smith
Temple Marriage Sayings By Harold B. Lee: To help our youth abide by the principles involved in temple marriage, we must help To help our youth abide by the principles involved in temple marriage, we must help them to understand that temple marriage is more than just a place where the ceremony occurs; it is a whole orientation to life and marriage and home. It is a culmination of building attitudes toward the Church, chastity, and about our personal relationship with God
and many other things.
"Thus, simply preaching temple marriage is not enough. Our family home evenings, seminaries, institutes, and auxiliaries must build toward this goal, not by exhortation alone but by showing that the beliefs and attitudes involved in temple marriage are those which can bring the kind of life here and in eternity that most humans really want for themselves" (The Teachings of Harold B. Lee, p. 244). — Harold B. Lee
Temple Marriage Sayings By Ezra Taft Benson: If someone wants to marry you outside the temple, whom will you strive to please If someone wants to marry you outside the temple, whom will you strive to please - God or a mortal? If you insist on a temple marriage, you will be pleasing the Lord and blessing the other party. — Ezra Taft Benson
Temple Marriage Sayings By Ezra Taft Benson: When our children obey the Lord and go to the temple to receive their blessings When our children obey the Lord and go to the temple to receive their blessings and enter into the marriage covenant, they enter into the same order of the priesthood that God instituted in the very beginning with father Adam. — Ezra Taft Benson
Temple Marriage Sayings By Quentin L. Cook: I believe it is of particular importance in our day, when Satan is raging in I believe it is of particular importance in our day, when Satan is raging in the hearts of men in so many new and subtle ways, that our choices and decisions be made carefully, consistent with the goals and objectives by which we profess to live. We need unequivocal commitment to the commandments and strict adherence to sacred covenants. When we allow rationalizations to prevent us from temple endowments, worthy missions, and temple marriage, they are particularly harmful. It is heartbreaking when we profess belief in these goals yet neglect the everyday conduct required to achieve them. — Quentin L. Cook
Temple Marriage Sayings By Juno Temple: I hadn't really even been thinking about TV. To me, it seemed like such a I hadn't really even been thinking about TV. To me, it seemed like such a commitment, almost like a marriage. — Juno Temple
Temple Marriage Sayings By Howard W. Hunter: Let us truly be a temple-attending and a temple-loving people ... .Let us make the Let us truly be a temple-attending and a temple-loving people ... .Let us make the temple, with temple worship and temple covenants and temple marriage, our ultimate earthly goal and the supreme mortal experience. — Howard W. Hunter
Temple Marriage Sayings By Khalil Gibran: Marriage is like a temple resting on two pillars. If they come too close to Marriage is like a temple resting on two pillars. If they come too close to each other the temple will collapse. — Khalil Gibran
Temple Marriage Sayings By Nicole Hardy: It's good you have something to keep you occupied." I smile stiffly and turn away It's good you have something to keep you occupied." I smile stiffly and turn away from her. Because I'm this far from asking what the fuck she thinks I do all day. But even through the surge of anger that's rising, I remind myself of what I know is true: she means well. They all do. These women want me to receive all of God's blessings, many of which can be bestowed only after my temple marriage, which should be my first objective. Everything I've done so far (my two graduate degrees, my international travels, my teaching career, my friendships, my creative pursuits), is "preparing." Treading water, keeping time, staying busy until real life begins. — Nicole Hardy
Temple Marriage Sayings By Rebecca Musser: My father, who had been through the Mormon temple before partaking of plural marriage, still My father, who had been through the Mormon temple before partaking of plural marriage, still did not have alcohol in our cupboards at home, but the Prophet liked his wine, liquor, and coffee. Among the people it was felt that as he had the courage to live the higher law, his drinking was considered morally justified. — Rebecca Musser
Temple Marriage Sayings By Thomas S. Monson: As a teenage daughter hears her sweet mother plead unto the Lord that her daughter As a teenage daughter hears her sweet mother plead unto the Lord that her daughter will be inspired in the selection of her companions, that she will prepare herself for a temple marriage, don't you believe that such a daughter will seek to honor this humble, pleading petition of her mother, whom she so dearly loves? — Thomas S. Monson
Temple Marriage Sayings By Michael Coren: In early Judaism, the priesthood was maintained within various families and passed down from father In early Judaism, the priesthood was maintained within various families and passed down from father to son, thus necessitating marriage. But this is the old covenant, and even within this model priests were required to abstain from having sex with their wives during the time they served in the Temple. Catholics believe that priests fulfill this Temple relationship ever day - the Mass and the Eucharist mean they are serving in the Temple every day of their ordained lives. — Michael Coren
Temple Marriage Sayings By E. Nesbit: I don't agree with you in the least," said Temple - "about marriage, I mean. I don't agree with you in the least," said Temple - "about marriage, I mean. A man ought to want to get married - "
"To anybody? Without its being anybody in particular?"
"Yes," said Temple stoutly. "If he gets to thirty without wanting to marry any one in particular, he ought to look about till he finds some one he does want. It's the right and proper thing to marry and have kiddies. — E. Nesbit
Temple Marriage Sayings By Sarah Vowell: It goes without saying that in order for me to buy a teapot at the It goes without saying that in order for me to buy a teapot at the Oneida, Ltd., outlet store at the Sherrill Shopping Plaza, the second coming of Jesus Christ had to have taken place in the year 70 A.D. To the Oneida Community, 70 A.D., the year the temple in Jerusalem was destroyed, marks the beginning of the New Jerusalem. Which means we've all been living in heaven on earth for nearly two thousand years. Everyone knows there is no marriage in heaven (though one suspects there's no shortage of it in hell). So, the Oneidans said, we're here in heaven, already saved and perfect in the eyes of God, so let's move upstate and sleep around. (I'm paraphrasing.) — Sarah Vowell
Temple Marriage Sayings By Kahlil Gibran: Let there be spaces in your togetherness, And let the winds of the heavens dance Let there be spaces in your togetherness, And let the winds of the heavens dance between you. Love one another but make not a bond of love: Let it rather be a moving sea between the shores of your souls. Fill each other's cup but drink not from one cup. Give one another of your bread but eat not from the same loaf. Sing and dance together and be joyous, but let each one of you be alone, Even as the strings of a lute are alone though they quiver with the same music. Give your hearts, but not into each other's keeping. For only the hand of Life can contain your hearts. And stand together, yet not too near together: For the pillars of the temple stand apart, And the oak tree and the cypress grow not in each other's shadow. — Kahlil Gibran