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Saratoga Springs Temple Stone Work Miracle

Saratoga Springs Temple fun story about the miracle of the stone put in the temple Saratoga Springs Temple Utah

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Saratoga Springs Temple Storm Miracle

Last year the youth in our area had the chance to go sit outside the new Latter-Day Saint Saratoga Springs Temple. While on temple property the youth were privileged to hear from “Temple Missionaries.” They are a couple missionary that had had their contractors license from before being missionaries and were called to help supervise […]

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Emmeline B. Wells Seeing the Savior

Emmeline B. Wells was a powerhouse for women in the early history of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints(you can read more about Emmeline here). She was a writer, an editor and later in life she became the General Relief Society President. This excerpt came from an interview Emmeline did with Ethel C. […]

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Jordan River Utah Temple Information

-The Jordan River Temple is the 20th operating Temple of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints. It’s the seventh temple built in Utah and it was dedicated in November of 1981. -The land of the Jordan River Temple was donated by a family that had owned the land for nearly one hundred years! […]

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Payson Utah Temple

-The Payson Utah Temple is the 146th operating temple of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints. -The Payson Temple is the 15th temple in Utah, and the third temple built in Utah county. (The Provo Temple and the Mount Timpanogos temple) -Payson is known for their apple orchards and wheat, both of which […]

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Fun Facts about the Logan Utah Temple

-The Logan Temple is the second temple built in Utah, the first temple built in Utah is the St. George. -Brigham Young selected the site of the Logan Temple with his little grandson while Brigham was visiting his daughters that lived in Cache Valley. -The Logan Temple is the only temple dedicated by President John […]

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History of the St. George Temple Spire

In original pictures of the St. George Temple notice the difference in how the spire looks today. The spire is very different from the Temple you are use to looking at in St. George. At the very end of the building process of the St. George Temple, they builders had finished the spire, and it […]

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Awesome Facts about the St. George Temple:

  St. George Temple is a beautiful, special place, full of history.  Let’s jump in and go over some interesting facts! -The St. George is the longest operating temple of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints.  There were temples built by the members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day […]

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