Posted on Dec 19, 2011 | 3 comments
It’s the most sacred part of every Mormon Temple.
Anyone of the millions of public visitors, Mormon and non-Mormon alike, who routinely visit and tour the interior of Mormon temples during the weeks of open house tours leading up to their dedication has been through the room in question. It is not a “replica” of Heaven, nor is it portrayed as such. Once dedicated for worship and ceremonial use, almost the entire Temple interior is considered sacred ground for devout Mormons, and the public waiting rooms, grounds, and surrounding areas are treated with reverence.
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David nailed it! There are pictures of the temple interior and the room in question on ldsimages.org under the interior temple section. It is called the Celestial Room. Members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints pray, meditate, and read their scriptures there.
It isn’t some really weird room, but it is a place of reverence and mediation.
Yes. The room is beautiful. The temples are also beautiful and well kept. People attend the temple for rich spiritual blessings.
Check the pictures.
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