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Temples

Books:Religion:Mormon:Temples

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The House of the Lord - A Study of Holy Sanctuaries, Ancient and Modern, Talmage, Dr. James E.
The House of the Lord - A Study of Holy Sanctuaries, Ancient and Modern
Talmage, Dr. James E.
8.00 USD 7.20 USD
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Sacred Walls -  Learning from Temple Symbols, Hansen, Gerald E. & Jr. & Val Brinkerhoff
Sacred Walls - Learning from Temple Symbols
Hansen, Gerald E. & Jr. & Val Brinkerhoff
14.95 USD 13.45 USD
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All That Was Promised -  The St. George Temple and the Unfolding of the Restoration, Yorganson, Blaine M/
All That Was Promised - The St. George Temple and the Unfolding of the Restoration
Yorganson, Blaine M/
19.95 USD 17.95 USD
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Salt Lake Temple: A Monument to a People  Centennial 1893 - 1993, Hamilton, Charles M. ; Cutrubus, C. Nina
Salt Lake Temple: A Monument to a People Centennial 1893 - 1993
Hamilton, Charles M. ; Cutrubus, C. Nina
34.00 USD 30.60 USD
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The Remnant Awakens, Brinkerhoff, Val
The Remnant Awakens
Brinkerhoff, Val
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Celestial Symbols - Symbolism in Doctrine, Religious Traditions and Temple Architecture, Barber, Allen H.
Celestial Symbols - Symbolism in Doctrine, Religious Traditions and Temple Architecture
Barber, Allen H.
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THE TEMPLE OF PROMISE - Jackson County Missouri, Billeter, Julius C.
THE TEMPLE OF PROMISE - Jackson County Missouri
Billeter, Julius C.
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THE GLORY OF THE TEMPLE, Chamberlain, Darrel Brad
THE GLORY OF THE TEMPLE
Chamberlain, Darrel Brad
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Development of LDS Temple Worship, 1846-2000 -   A Documentary History, Anderson, Devery Scott
1 Development of LDS Temple Worship, 1846-2000 - A Documentary History

Anderson, Devery ScottNew in New Dust Jacket, Signature Books, 2011, Sacramento

Hardcover



Brand new hardcover book! ; Over the years, the LDS Church has struggled with how best to convey information about the temple to its members. “We recommend that a definition be given in the temple of the symbolism and significance of the various marks in the garment,” a committee of apostles wrote to the First Presidency in 1936. “We are very concerned that our people [who are] going to the temple for the first time have a better introduction to the temple,” said Apostle Mark E. Petersen to regional representatives in 1969.In that spirit, historian Devery S. Anderson has brought together a comprehensive collection of official documents on temple ceremonies, limited only by what would be inappropriate to discuss publicly. The documents include rulings by the First Presidency on changes to the ceremonies, letters to temple and stake presidents and bishops reminding them of temple policies, minutes of Quorum of the Twelve meetings, excerpts from sermons and Church publications, and commentary by apostles and temple presidents in diaries, letters, oral histories, and temple scrapbooks.Yes, the temple ceremonies have changed since their inception in Nauvoo in the 1840s. The liturgy was originally conveyed as a memorized, oral tradition, then in 1877 the leadership committed it to writing to guarantee consistency among several temples and facilitate changes they wanted to make at that time. This was repeated in 1922 when George F. Richards and a committee of apostles was charged with reviewing and rewriting the ceremonies—again in the 1950s when the dramatic presentation was replaced with a motion picture and the script was shortened. One comes away from these documents with a better understanding of what constitutes the essence of the temple and what, by contrast, is malleable: staging, costumes, wording of the dramatic portions, and practical details such as whether marriage proxies should kiss across the altar.; 6.5" x 9.5"; 500 pages, 

51505

Price: 49.95 USD 44.96 USD 
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The Book of Mormon as an Ancient Israelite Temple - Nineteen Classic Temple Characteristics of the Book of Mormon, Baker, LeGrand L.
2 The Book of Mormon as an Ancient Israelite Temple - Nineteen Classic Temple Characteristics of the Book of Mormon

Baker, LeGrand L.New, Eborn Books, 2012, 

Paperback



Brand new softcover book!

; 6" x 9"; 172 pages, 

57778

Price: 14.95 USD 13.46 USD 
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Who Shall Ascend Into the Hill of the Lord? - The Psalms in Israels Temple Worship in the Old Testament and in the Book of Mormon, Baker, LeGrand L. & Stephen D. Ricks
3 Who Shall Ascend Into the Hill of the Lord? - The Psalms in Israels Temple Worship in the Old Testament and in the Book of Mormon

Baker, LeGrand L. & Stephen D. RicksNew, Eborn Books, 2010, 

Softcover



Brand new softcover book!

; This book is the work of two distinguished BYU scholars from different academic backgrounds who have combined their talents to revisit the meaning of Solomon's Temple and what was taught there. The authors propose a reconstruction of the Israelite temple drama based on the work of many Bible scholars, the teachings of the Book of Mormon and New Testament, and a rearrangement of the Psalms so that not just the story told in the drama but also the testimony of the Savior become remarkably clear. ; 8" x 9"; 795 pages, 

57780

Price: 39.95 USD 35.96 USD 
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Celestial Symbols - Symbolism in Doctrine, Religious Traditions and Temple Architecture, Barber, Allen H.
4 Celestial Symbols - Symbolism in Doctrine, Religious Traditions and Temple Architecture

Barber, Allen H.Very Good+ in Very Good- Dust Jacket, Horizon Publishers, 1996, Springville, UT

Hardcover



White cover with images of two Temple Door Knobs on the cover. Overall in excellent condition. Tight and very clean! Illustrations & photographs throughout. ; Contents include: Religious Symbolism - Miscellaneous Secular and Religious Symbols - Miscellaneous Geometric Symbols - The Eternal Nature of the Universe - The Earth's Creation and the Garden of Eden - Pointing Toward Christ's Atonement - Probation in the Physical World - The First Principles and Ordinances of the Gospel - The Lord's Commandments - The Family Sealed for Time and Eternity - Life in the Spirit World - Symbols Related to the Millennium and Resurrection - Ceremonies and Ordinances of the Temple - Symbols and Revelation in and on the Temple - Expanding Horizons - Bibliography and Indexes. ; 6" x 9"; 206 pages, 

22941

Price: 11.00 USD 9.90 USD 
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THE TEMPLE OF PROMISE - Jackson County Missouri, Billeter, Julius C.
5 THE TEMPLE OF PROMISE - Jackson County Missouri

Billeter, Julius C.Very Good- in Very Good Dust Jacket, Zions Printing and Publishing, 1946, Independence , Missouri

Hardcover



Cover has some light edge and corner wear. Scarce DJ is in very good condition. Signed by author inside front cover. Previous owner name inside front cover.

; Contents includes - Joseph Smith, Religious Awakening, Revelations - Organization of the Church - Zion to Be Established - Mission to the Lamanites - Independence – A Settlement in the Wilderness - Important Frontier and Outfitting Post - Missionaries Preach to the Indians - Zion to be in Jackson County - Gathering of the Saints - Dedication of New Jerusalem and Temple Site - description of Jackson County - Purchase of Temple Site - Leadership of the Church at Independence - Colesville Branch Thrives - Church Celebrates Third Anniversary - Mob Uprising - Planning of New Jerusalem - Free People of Color - Beware of False Prophets - The Secret Constitution - Mass Meeting – Printing Office Destroyed - Brethern Tarred and Feathered - Mobs Complete Destruction - Saints Exiled - Zions Camp - and Much More

; 5.5" x 7.75"; 155 pages, 

57945

Price: 16.00 USD 14.40 USD 
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Temple Themes In The Oath And Covenant Of The Priesthood - Black and White Edition, Bradshaw, Jeffrey M.
6 Temple Themes In The Oath And Covenant Of The Priesthood - Black and White Edition

Bradshaw, Jeffrey M.New, Eborn Books, 2013, Salt Lake City, UT

Paperback



Brand new softcover book! ; The Oath and Covenant of the Priesthood, as found in D&C 84:33-48, is an ideal focus for a scripture-based study of temple themes. These verses speak plainly about the highest blessings of the Melchizedek Priesthood. What may be less-appreciated is the clarity with which the same revelation describes the required sequence of ordinances through which individuals and families may qualify for exaltation.It is significant that this revelation was given in 1832, a decade before the Prophet began to teach many doctrines of the higher priesthood and the temple in plainness to the Saints in Nauvoo.The purpose of this book is to explore the meaning of the verses summarizing the Oath and Covenant of the Priesthood in light of the ordinances required for exaltation. In matters of doctrine, the author has relied on what can be found in scripture and in statements of members of the First Presidency and the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles. To provide illustrations and additional background, he has drawn from a wealth of other sources. Written engagingly, and illustrated with carefully-selected images, this book is designed to encourage readers in their own study of priesthood doctrines and in their personal efforts to understand and keep their covenants.

; 8" x 10"; 198 pages, 

56222

Price: 24.99 USD 22.49 USD 
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Temple Insights - Proceedings of the Interpreter Matthew B. Brown Memorial Conference - The Temple on Mount Zion Series 2 - September 2012, Bradshaw, Jeffrey M. & Matthew B. Brown & Matthew Roper & John Gee & David Calabro & David J. Larsen & Stephen D. Ricks & Richard O. Cowan & Donald W. Parry & Mack C. Stirling & David Rolph Seely & Ann H. Seely & David E. Bokovoy & Mark Alan Wright & Lisl
7 Temple Insights - Proceedings of the Interpreter Matthew B. Brown Memorial Conference - The Temple on Mount Zion Series 2 - September 2012

Bradshaw, Jeffrey M. & Matthew B. Brown & Matthew Roper & John Gee & David Calabro & David J. Larsen & Stephen D. Ricks & Richard O. Cowan & Donald W. Parry & Mack C. Stirling & David Rolph Seely & Ann H. Seely & David E. Bokovoy & Mark Alan Wright & LislNew in New Dust Jacket, Eborn Books and Interpreter Foundation, 2014, 

Hardcover



Brand new hardcover book!

; The ancient Hebrews did not believe that the temple concept originated in the time of Moses. Rather, they taught that temple rituals and doctrines originated with Adam and were handed down among the biblical patriarchs. This is precisely what the Prophet Joseph Smith tried to teach the world during the 1800s, that the gospel of Jesus Christ is eternal and has been on the earth since the beginning. This is the second volume of the Temple on Mount Zion series published by the Interpreter Foundation and Eborn Books. The purpose of the series is to increase understanding and appreciation of temple rituals and doctrines, and to encourage participation in the redeeming work of family history and temple worship.; The Temple on Mount Zion Series Series; Vol. 2; 6" x 9"; 277 pages, 

57776

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Temple Insights - Proceedings of the Interpreter Matthew B. Brown Memorial Conference - The Temple on Mount Zion Series 2 - September 2012, Bradshaw, Jeffrey M. & Matthew B. Brown & Matthew Roper & John Gee & David Calabro & David J. Larsen & Stephen D. Ricks & Richard O. Cowan & Donald W. Parry & Mack C. Stirling & David Rolph Seely & Ann H. Seely & David E. Bokovoy & Mark Alan Wright & Lisl
8 Temple Insights - Proceedings of the Interpreter Matthew B. Brown Memorial Conference - The Temple on Mount Zion Series 2 - September 2012

Bradshaw, Jeffrey M. & Matthew B. Brown & Matthew Roper & John Gee & David Calabro & David J. Larsen & Stephen D. Ricks & Richard O. Cowan & Donald W. Parry & Mack C. Stirling & David Rolph Seely & Ann H. Seely & David E. Bokovoy & Mark Alan Wright & LislNew, Eborn Books and Interpreter Foundation, 2014, 

Paperback



Brand new softcover book! ; The ancient Hebrews did not believe that the temple concept originated in the time of Moses. Rather, they taught that temple rituals and doctrines originated with Adam and were handed down among the biblical patriarchs. This is precisely what the Prophet Joseph Smith tried to teach the world during the 1800s, that the gospel of Jesus Christ is eternal and has been on the earth since the beginning. This is the second volume of the Temple on Mount Zion series published by the Interpreter Foundation and Eborn Books. The purpose of the series is to increase understanding and appreciation of temple rituals and doctrines, and to encourage participation in the redeeming work of family history and temple worship.; The Temple on Mount Zion Series Series; Vol. 2; 6" x 9"; 288 pages, 

57334

Price: 19.95 USD 17.96 USD 
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The Original Setting For THE TEMPLE & THE ATONEMENT - BY VAL BRINKERHOFF, Brinkerhoff, Val
9 The Original Setting For THE TEMPLE & THE ATONEMENT - BY VAL BRINKERHOFF

Brinkerhoff, ValNew, Digital Legend, 2015, 

Paperback



Brand new softcover book!

;

For centuries there has been tension between Jews, Christians and Muslims over what is believed to be the home of the Jerusalem Temples, the Temple Mount. Contained in the following seven chapters is evidence for a better location, one based on archetypes that conform to ancient temple patterns given of God, along with foundational support of scripture and historical sources.

The journey to locate Solomon’s Temple and those following it allows each archetype to be addressed one at a time in a single chapter, providing detail and understanding. They center on important temple concepts including living water, consuming fire, the creation mound, centrality, and more.

As this journey unfolds, tradition and error are replaced with truth and light, at least for those who will receive it. Most importantly greater understanding unfolds regarding our Savior Jesus Christ and His Atonement, the central focus of the ancient temple and its sacrifices and other ordinances. Why did God establish His temple in Jerusalem? In what setting did He place it, and why? Answers to these simple questions uncover important temple patterns, archetypes, and insights, those tied to Christ, and to Abraham, Melchizedek and Enoch, and the core teachings they wished to share with their people.

; 11 X 8.50 X 0.50 inches; 168 pages, 

57676

Price: 30.00 USD 27.00 USD 
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The Remnant Awakens, Brinkerhoff, Val
10 The Remnant Awakens

Brinkerhoff, ValNew, Digital Legend, 2016, 

Paperback



Full Color, Brand new softcover book!

; Who is the Book of Mormon Remnant? What is their last days mission? Few know that our Savior has visited our Native American brothers and sisters, doing so a number of times. One of his most widely reported visits was in 1890 in western Nevada. Few are aware of it today, yet is was reported in magazines and newspapers across the country that year. It led to the "Messiah Craze." The Federal Government sent U.S. Army General Nelson Miles to investigate this "Messiah" and why Native Americans were reacting so strongly to His supposed visit.

The Book of Mormon is written to the remnant of Jacob on this land. They are the seed of his eleventh son Joseph who was sold into Egypt. God made significant covenants with Joseph and his posterity, those of Manasseh and Ephraim dominating this land. These special covenants are about to be fulfilled and will affect us all. For this reason we must come to understand the remnant and prophecy, so that we might be better prepared for the fulfillment of the covenants made to the fathers in preparation for the last-days return of our Savior.

Understanding the message of the Book of Mormon is dependent upon our willingness to receive light by removing false traditions and embracing a broader view of things. For too long we have had a narrow view of God’s plan to save His children. We have placed ourselves as Saints at the center of this view, when in reality there are many other children to be considered and saved. Mormon said, “all things which are hid must be revealed upon the house-tops” (Morm. 5:8). Reports suggest that Christ taught representatives of some sixteen tribes a message on spreading brotherhood and love among the Indian people, and with the white man. He did this via a special dance known as the "Dance of Welcome or Peace." He also taught that this choice land would one day return to the oppressed Native American people. Both teachings were dramatically changed upon His departure, reflecting a desire to seek revenge against the whites by those not at the gathering. The end result of the Messiah Craze was the Massacre at Wounded Knee, the last major battle between the U.S. Army and the Native Americans.

What does the Book of Mormon say about the rising up of these forgotten people in the end times? How do they fit into the fulfillment of important covenants made to Abraham, Isaac and Jacob and especially Joseph? Who will lead them? These are a few of the subjects addressed in this work.

; 11 X 8.50 X 0.50 inches; 246 pages, 

57994

Price: 39.95 USD 35.96 USD 
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Symbols in Stone - Symbolism on the Early Temples of the Restoration, Brown, Matthew And Smith, Paul Thomas
11 Symbols in Stone - Symbolism on the Early Temples of the Restoration

Brown, Matthew And Smith, Paul ThomasNew, Covenant Communications, Inc., 2003, American Fork, UT

Hardcover



Brand New! ; LDS doctrine is rich in symbolism, and nowhere do we find greater symbolism than in the temple. By examining the symbols on the Nauvoo, Kirtland, and Salt Lake temples, the authors skillfully demonstrate that "we begin to understand the symbolic language of the Lord which, in turn, prepares us for the symbolism that we will encounter within. "Symbols in Stone: Symbolism on the Early Temples of the Restoration is carefully documented using the scriptures as well as recorded accounts of latter-day temples seen in vision before their construction. It is essential listening for all Latter-day Saints who want to better understand the vital role of temples in the latter days.; 8.25" x 10.75"; 224 pages, 

30260

Price: 24.99 USD 22.49 USD 
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THE GATE OF HEAVEN -  Insights on the Doctrines and Symbols of the Temple, Brown, Matthew B.
12 THE GATE OF HEAVEN - Insights on the Doctrines and Symbols of the Temple

Brown, Matthew B.New, Covenant Communications, Inc., 1999, American Fork, UT

Paperback



Brand new softcover book! ; From the premortal world, where the plan of salvation was laid out and the need for temples was established, to the Restorations, in which the fullness of the gospel was reintroduced to the world in the temple ceremony, author Matthew B. Brown explores the rich heritage of symbolism that has characterized temples and temple worship through the ages, reverently examining the sacred doctrines associated with "the gate of heaven." Among many other topics, he discusses:

Rituals and symbols from the tabernacle of Moses, the temple of Solomon, and the holy places of the earliest Christians
The remarkable parallels between ancient temple worship and the doctrines and ordinances restored by Joseph Smith
Personages from the spirit world who returned to earth to request temple work, to assist with this work, or to witness their own work being done
The restored doctrine of making one's calling and election sure
Long-standing myths about LDS temple worship and the origin, symbols, and rituals of Freemasonry


Representing more than a decade of intense research and documentation, The Gate of Heaven is destined to become a classic among Latter-day Saint works dealing with the sacred and vital subject of temples and temple worship.

; 10.25 x 1.25 x 8 Inches; 342 pages, 

57119

Price: 17.99 USD 16.19 USD 
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Ancient Temple Worship - Proceedings of the Expound Symposium  - The Temple on Mount Zion Series 2 - 14 May 2011, Brown, Matthew B. &  Jeffrey M. Bradshaw &  Stephen D. Ricks &  John S. Thompson
13 Ancient Temple Worship - Proceedings of the Expound Symposium - The Temple on Mount Zion Series 2 - 14 May 2011

Brown, Matthew B. & Jeffrey M. Bradshaw & Stephen D. Ricks & John S. ThompsonNew in New Dust Jacket, Eborn Books, 2014, 

Hardcover



Brand new hardcover book!

; Temple on Mount Zion Series 1
Editors: Matthew B. Brown, Jeffrey M. Bradshaw, Stephen D. Ricks, John S. Thompson
Proceedings of the Expound Symposium, 14 May 2011


Table of Contents:
Introduction (Editors)
Symbols and Patterns
Cube, Gate, and Measuring Tools: A Biblical Pattern (Matthew B. Brown)
Noah’s Deluge as Temple Liturgy (L. Michael Morales)
Ritual Actions
“Standing in the Holy Place”: Ancient and Modern Reverberations of an Enigmatic New Testament Prophecy (Jeffrey M. Bradshaw)
Ten Ways to Interpret Ritual Hand Gestures (David M. Calabro)
The Ritual Sacred Embrace and Sacred Handclasp in Ancient Mediterranean Religions (Stephen D. Ricks)
Themes of Ascent
Ascending into the Hill of the Lord (David J. Larsen)
The Sôd of yhwh and the Endowment (William J. Hamblin)
Temples All the Way Down: Some Notes on the Mi‘raj of Muhammad (Daniel C. Peterson)
The Lady at the Horizon: Egyptian Tree-Goddess Iconography and Sacred Trees in Israelite Scripture and Temple Theology (John S. Thompson)
Book of Mormon Insights
Nephite Daykeepers: Ritual Specialists in the Book of Mormon (Mark Alan Wright)
Is Decrypting the Genetic Legacy of America’s Indigenous Populations Key to the Historicity of the Book of Mormon? (Ugo Perego)

; The Temple on Mount Zion Series; Vol. 1; 9 X 6 X 0.69 inches; 304 pages, 

57777

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THE GLORY OF THE TEMPLE, Chamberlain, Darrel Brad
14 THE GLORY OF THE TEMPLE

Chamberlain, Darrel BradVery Good in Very Good- Dust Jacket, Bookcraft, 1997, Salt Lake City, UT

Hardcover



Black with white and gold writing. Edges and corners are a little shelf worn. Pages are tight and clean. Book is in overall great condition!

; Darrell Brad Chamberlain traveled to every one of the twenty-six temples to take the breathtaking photographs that appear in this book. A brief, inspirational text comes with each temple.

; 12" x 15"; 160 pages, 

39254

Price: 9.00 USD 8.10 USD 
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The Oakland Temple;  Portal to Eternity, Cowan, Richard O. & Robert G. Larsen
15 The Oakland Temple; Portal to Eternity

Cowan, Richard O. & Robert G. LarsenNew in New Dust Jacket, RSC, BYU, Deseret Book Company, 2014, 

Hardcover



Brand new hardcover book! ; In 1847, Brigham Young prophesied that "in the process of time, the shores of the Pacific may yet be overlooked from the Temple of the Lord." In the 1920s, Elder George Albert Smith had a vision that a temple on the East Bay hills would be a beacon to the whole area. When President David O. McKay announced that the Oakland Temple would be built, he declared, "We feel that the time has come when these prophecies should be fulfilled." During the dedication service, then-Elder Gordon B. Hinckley stated: "This temple is not only a thing of beauty and of joy to those who see it. It is a living expression of a testimony."This book tells the story of the temple from early prophecy to construction and dedication and through its jubilee. The story is enhanced with beautiful and historic images, including many color photographs.; 8.5" x 11.5"; 320 pages, 

57194

Price: 29.95 USD 26.96 USD 
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Nauvoo Temple History Journal - William Clayton 1845, Dye, David (editor)
16 Nauvoo Temple History Journal - William Clayton 1845

Dye, David (editor)New, Hindsight Publications, 2009, 

Paperback



Brand new softcover pamphlet! ; William Clayton was the primary scribe for the prophet Joseph Smith during the Nauvoo period. However, and more than this, he was a confidant and friend of Joseph. As such, the insights that he has during this period of time are unsurpassed.
This is apparent as one reads this account of the history of the Nauvoo Temple, and becomes aware of the reverence which Clayton felt for the Temple, and the vital work wich was performed therein.
Included within the text of this writing is a history of the planning of the temple, the use of symbolism in the Temple, a more complete understanding of the ordinances, and how the martyrdom impacted the work of the Temple.
This is both a fun read as well as very enlightening. ; The FIG Project Series; 5.5" x 8.5"; 21 pages, 

46238

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Uplifted Hands to the Most High - Eliza R. Snow's Description of the Kirtland Temple Dedication, Dye, David (editor)
17 Uplifted Hands to the Most High - Eliza R. Snow's Description of the Kirtland Temple Dedication

Dye, David (editor)New, Hindsight Publications, 2009, 

Paperback



Brand new softcover pamphlet! ; In this spectacular recitation of the dedication of the Kirtland Temple, the 'Prophetess' of the early Church, Eliza R. Snow, relates her insightful recollections of this historic event.
After offering some facts available to all (IE "It was commenced in June, 1833, under the immediate direction of the Almighty, through his servant, Joseph Smith,...." ) , she talks about the pulpits on either end of the building. "Four pulpits stood, one above another, in the centre of the building, from morth to south, both on the east and west ends; those on the west for the presiding officers of the Melchisidec priesthood, and those on the east for the Aaronic; and each of these pulpits was separated by curtains of white painted canvas, which were let down and drawn up a pleasure. In front of each of these two rows of pulpits, was a sacrament table , for the administration of that sacred ordinance."
She then goes on to recount, word for word, the dedicatory prayer offered by the Prophet Joseph Smith. Some of the items he address in this prayer include:
stating that Jesus Chrust is the 'son of thy bosom,' speaking to the Father.
Addressing that the 'fullness' of the Holy Ghost could only be obtained in the Temple.
Mentioned that the salutations were made "with holy hands, uplifted to the Most High"
Sis. Snow than paints a verbal picture of the hosanna shout. Says she, "One striking feature of the ceremonies, was the grand shout of hosanna, which was given by the whole assembly, in standing position, with uplifted hands. The form of the shout is as follows: 'Hosanna - hosanna - hosanna - to God and the Lamb - amen - amen, and amen.' The foregoing was deliberately and emphatically pronounced, and three times repeated, and with such power as seemed almost sufficient to raise the roof from the building."
This is an absolutely superb discourse which is offered as a first-hand account of the dedicatory prayer of the Kirtland Temple. ; The FIG Project Series; 5.5" x 8.5"; 20 pages, 

46070

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Sacred Symbols -  Finding Meaning in Rites, Rituals and Ordinances, Gaskill, Alonzo L.
18 Sacred Symbols - Finding Meaning in Rites, Rituals and Ordinances

Gaskill, Alonzo L.New in New Dust Jacket, Cedar Fort, Inc., 2011, 

Hardcover



Brand new hardcover book! %%

; In order to truly understand Deity and how we can return to Him, we must first understand the meaning behind the sacred symbols found in religious ordinances, rituals, covenants, clothing, gestures and words. In this new book, author Alonzo L. Gaskill presents a myriad of ancient and modern Jewish, Christian, and Islamic practices which are illustrative of symbols Latter-day Saints would do well to understand.; 1.2 x 9.1 x 6.3 Inches; 320 pages, 

53955

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THE LOST LANGUAGE OF SYMBOLISM - An Essential Guide for Recognizing and Interpreting Symbols of the Gospel, Gaskill, Alonzo L.
19 THE LOST LANGUAGE OF SYMBOLISM - An Essential Guide for Recognizing and Interpreting Symbols of the Gospel

Gaskill, Alonzo L.New, Deseret Book, 2012, Salt Lake City, UT

Paperback



Brand new softcover book! %%

; This engaging and well-researched guide explores the symbolism of body parts, clothing, colors, numbers, directions, names, and animals in holy writ and in the temple. It also provides a series of charts comparing the lives of scriptural individuals and showing how they actually are types and symbols of Christ. Filled with countless examples to help explain and support the author's discussion of symbols and their meanings, the text makes extensive references not only to recognized Latter-day Saint sources but also to lesser-known sources written by a variet1 of religious scholars both modern and ancient. Symbolism is a language hidden in the margins, tucked between the lines, and suspended below the surface of the words. With study and effort, we can coax the symbolic meaning into the open and become fluent in reading the eternal truths it reveals. This book is an invaluable aid in that process. ; 6" x 9"; 476 pages, 

54069

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Refuge and Reality:   Blessings of the Temple, Groberg, John H.
20 Refuge and Reality: Blessings of the Temple

Groberg, John H.Very Good in Very Good Dust Jacket, Deseret Book, 2012, Salt Lake City, UT

Hardcover



Cover has some light edge and corner wear. ; When the heavy troubles of the “real world” bombard your soul, where do you go for refuge?The peace and safety of the temple make God's holy house a refuge for many world-weary Saints. When Elder John H. Groberg served as president of the Idaho Falls Idaho Temple, he often encountered Church members who would express their regret at having to leave the temple and reenter the “real world.”Through treasured experiences and stories, Elder Groberg affirms that the temple represents the “real world” of the eternities. He writes: “That which lasts forever is real; that which does not last forever is not real. The temple is the real world, not this temporal one.”As we seek to know our real selves and to see the real beauty in the world and people around us, this inspirational volume will direct our understanding toward the eternal answers found in the temple. The hope and strength we need are there: Our mortal burdens are made light, empty longing is filled, and when we leave that holy place, we can take with us the “real world” comfort and power of heaven.; 9.13 X 6.57 X 1.11 inches; 210 pages, 

57562

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Confetti Antiques & Books
273 North Main St.
Spanish Fork, UT 84660
801-798-0137
Tues - Sat 10am - 6pm Mountain
Mondays - Sometimes


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