Is it unusual to attend the temple by myself?

Is it unusual to attend the temple by myself?

Question   Gramps, As a recent convert and YSA aged man, I want to go to the temple more. The thing is I kind of want to go by myself. Is it unusual to try and go by yourself without a family or group? Lee   Answer   Hi Lee, Thank you for your question....
Were civil marriages ever performed in temples?

Were civil marriages ever performed in temples?

Question   Gramps, Were civil marriages ever performed in The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saint temples? If so, what was the time frame? Thanks. Sarah   Answer   Sarah, There is a bit of confusion here because we commonly combine two things...
Will there be a need for a temple in the Celestial Kingdom?

Will there be a need for a temple in the Celestial Kingdom?

Question   Gramps, Temples are necessary in order that the sacred ordinances and covenants necessary for exaltation in the celestial kingdom may be bestowed upon all those who are worthy of exaltation. At the end of the Millennium all will have been resurrected...
Why do we re-dedicate temples?

Why do we re-dedicate temples?

Question   Gramps, Please I want to find out why we Re-dedicate Temples if it has already been dedicated for Sacred Purposes? Thank you! Joshua   Answer   Joshua, Temple re-dedication usually only occurs after some major change.  One of the more common...
How many temples were built in Jerusalem?

How many temples were built in Jerusalem?

Question   Gramps, How many temples were built in Jerusalem and when? Elizabeth   Answer   Dear Elizabeth, The bible tells us the first temple was the Temple of Solomon built around 957 BC. This was to replace the portable tabernacle that they had used...
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