*Through the temple ordinances we form sacred ties that can bind families together or time and eternity.
We have received much wisdom and knowledge of things which astonish the world when we speak of them. We have learned that, in temples, we are able to form ties which are not dissolved at death, but which reach into eternity; sacred ties which bind families together for time and eternity.
"Like you, I don't want to lose any of my children. I want to be together forever with all of my family. The temple gives all of us extra hope of continuing and improving these relationships, even after this life. Sealings bestowed in the temple promise additional blessings" "The Temple is about families by: Richard H Winkel)
*When we enter the temple with a pure heart, the Lord blesses us according to what He knows is best for us.
It may be safely anticipated that every faithful Saint who enters that House will receive a blessing that will give much satisfaction to the recipient. Before those who would enter the Temple (leave) it, somethings (will) arise in their hearts and understanding which (will) be serviceable to them in their future lives. To this, as true latter-day Saints, they (are) entitled.
*In temples we receive the ordinances of exaltation in behalf of our kindred dead.
*We should strive to perform temple and family history work, even if it requires sacrifice on our part.
Do you know what will be the main labor during the thousand years of rest, (the Millennium)? It will be that which we are trying to urge the Latter-day Saints to perform at the present time. Temples will be built all over this land, and the brethren and sisters will go into them and perhaps work day and night in order to hasten the work and accomplish the labors necessary before the Son of Man can present His kingdom to His Father. This work has got to be accomplished before the Son of Man can come and receive His kingdom to present it to His Father.