Mormons no longer practice polygamy, but if his first wife dies, a man can be married to second woman in a Mormon temple.
If a Mormon marries a non-Mormon or gets married outside of a Mormon temple, the marriage will end at death. A marriage between two Mormons in a Mormon temple may endure for eternity.
During the millenial time after Christ’s Second Coming, Mormonism teaches that those who died without the blessings of the Mormon temple will have the chance to receive all the blessings they are worthy of.
According to Mormon doctrine, the priesthood is divided into two functions: apostolic and patriarchal. The patriarchal duties of a priesthood holder in the Mormon church are to oversee the leadership and discipline of the home.
Being the only Mormon in a family can be difficult when you wish to get married but your family cannot attend the ceremony in a Mormon temple. When done in kindness and love, choosing to be married in a Mormon temple can ultimately serve as a strong example of your dedication to sacred principles and the covenants of the temple.
Mormon doctrine teaches that happiness in marriage is achieved by sacrificing personal interests in favor of the spouse’s. Issues about the roles of husband and wife can be resolved this way.