May I remind you that when we dedicate a house to the Lord, what we really do is dedicate ourselves to the Lord’s service, with a covenant that … We dedicate the font and ordinance rooms, and especially the sealing rooms, that they may be kept holy and that thy protecting care may be over them, and that thy Spirit may ever be present to inspire those who attend. Father, we have in our hearts the spirit of praise and thanksgiving and worship. We come before thee in the name of thine Only Begotten Son, even him through whom salvation cometh; him whom thou hast appointed to be our Advocate with thee; and we plead the cleansing power of his atoning blood. O God, our Eternal Father, Creator of the heavens, the earth, and all things therein, we, Thy children, assemble here in sacred service with hearts full of gratitude unto Thee for Thy many blessings unto us. Our Father who art in heaven, even the God of our fathers, who keepeth covenants and showest mercy; thou Almighty Elohim who liveth and reigneth, from everlasting to everlasting; thou Man of Holiness and Man of Counsel who hast created us in thine own image and likeness and commanded us to worship thee in spirit and in truth; thou who knoweth all … We come before thee in the name of thine Only Begotten Son, even him through whom salvation cometh; him whom thou hast appointed to be our Advocate with thee; and we plead the cleansing power of his atoning blood. Cause that the scattered remnants of thine ancient chosen people may open their hearts to the message of those living prophets whom thou dost now send to them. We are grateful beyond any measure of expression for thy goodness and grace and for all thou hast done for us. The Kirtland Temple was the first temple in these latter days, and it played an important role in the restoration of priesthood keys. The Ogden Utah Temple and Provo Utah Temple were announced within days of each other in 1967 and were built with the same design. We thank thee that from time to time thou dost part the veil and let thy servants on earth behold the ministries and labors of their fellow servants in the paradise of God; that thy servant President Joseph F. smith “saw the hosts of the dead, both small and great”; and also “an innumerable company of the spirits of the just, who had been faithful in the testimony of Jesus while they lived in mortality”; and that he saw “the Son of God” appear to them, “declaring liberty to the captives who had been faithful”; and that there the Son “preached to them the everlasting gospel, the doctrine of the resurrection and the redemption of mankind from the fall, and from individual sins on conditions of repentance.”. The Mount Timpanogos Utah Temple is the 49th operating temple of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.. We seek thy face, sing praises to thy holy name, and desire to follow in the footsteps of thy Son, to be like him, and to keep thy commandments, that we may dwell everlastingly in thy presence. We acknowledge thy hand in all things. Dedicatory Prayer Dedicated 27 March 1836 by Joseph Smith, Jr. 1 Thanks be to thy name, O Lord God of Israel, who keepest covenant and showest mercy unto thy … Beginning today, church members may also enter a name on a temple’s prayer roll by using the “temples” section of the Member Tools app on an Android phone. Elder Marvin J. Ashton Of the Council of the Twelve, “Ogden Temple Dedicatory Prayer,” Ensign, Mar. Even in seasons of great poverty, they have struggled to erect these sacred houses. We are thy people; pour out thy Spirit upon us. Thou knowest that we acknowledge thy hand in all things, and desire to serve thee and keep thy commandments, that we may have place with thee in thy kingdom. We acknowledge thy hand in all things. We dedicate the grounds on which it stands and which surround it. Father, wilt Thou bless all who have made possible this magnificent temple and all who have participated in the … At the dedication of the Ogden Utah Temple, President Harold B. Lee finished the remaining one-third of the dedicatory prayer when President Joseph Fielding Smith became too weak from standing so long. We ask this at Thy hands, and dedicate this house unto Thee, together with ourselves, our wives, our children, our houses, our lands, our flocks and herds, and our possessions, for time and all eternity, in the name of Thy Son, Jesus Christ. We are assembled together to worship the Lord in spirit and in truth, to seek an outpouring of his Holy Spirit, and to dedicate to him this holy temple, which has been built by the tithing and the sacrifice of his people. We desire righteousness. And now, O God, the Eternal Father, accept from our mouths these words of praise and thanksgiving and petition. The Journey of New Beginnings Church of God in Christ in Clearfield, formerly the Finley Temple in Ogden, will celebrate with a dedicatory service Sunday, Oct. 4. Protect it, we pray thee, from any devastating influence, holocausts, hurricanes, storms, or destruction of any kind. We humbly pray that thou wilt accept this edifice and pour out thy blessings upon it as a house to which thou wilt come and in which thy Spirit will direct all that is done, that it may be acceptable unto thee. May all that is done herein be done with an eye single to thy glory and the building of thy kingdom here upon the earth. Wilt thou guide parents in Zion in bringing up their children in light and in truth, that our children, who are also thy children, shall stand firm in the faith forever. We are thy people; pour out thy Spirit upon us. We desire to bridle our passions, to control our appetites, and to rise above the lusts of the flesh and the evil and carnality that is everywhere to be found. O Lord our God, unto thee we sing songs of praise and thanksgiving by day and by night! Thou knowest that we acknowledge thy hand in all things, and desire to serve thee and keep thy commandments, that we may have place with thee in thy kingdom. O “That our garments may be pure, that we may be clothed upon with robes of righteousness, with palms in our hands, and crowns of glory upon our heads, and reap eternal joy for all our sufferings. O, our Father, we long for the day when the Prince of Peace shall come, when the earth shall rest and righteousness be found again upon her face; and it is our prayer, spoken out of humble and contrite hearts, that we shall abide the day and be found worthy to live with him whom thou hast appointed to stand as King of kings and Lord of lords, to whom be glory and honor and power and might both now and forever. 1972, 6, Introductory statement by President Joseph Fielding Smith at the opening session, January 18, 1972. The Ogden Utah Temple (formerly the Ogden Temple) is the sixteenth constructed and fourteenth operating temple of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS Church). We thank thee, our Creator, for life and being and for the privilege of receiving our mortal probation in a day when thou hast revealed anew the terms and conditions of thy eternal plan of salvation. Wilt thou strengthen us in our desires to keep thy commandments and overcome the world, to be living witnesses of the truth and divinity of thy work, and to stand valiantly in bearing testimony of those things which we have received. May all who enter have clean hands and pure hearts, and may they be built up in their faith and depart with a feeling of peace and praising thy holy name. May they add beauty and fragrance to the surroundings. "How glorious is the voice we hear from heaven, proclaiming in our ears, glory, and salvation, and honor, and immortality, and eternal life; kingdoms, principalities, and powers!". Hallowed be thy name forever! Pictures copyright 1972 by the Corporation of the President, The Church of Jesus Christ of Later-day Saints. O, our Father, we long for the day when the Prince of Peace shall come, when the earth shall rest and righteousness be found again upon her face; and it is our prayer, spoken out of humble and contrite hearts, that we shall abide the day and be found worthy to live with him whom thou hast appointed to stand as King of kings and Lord of lords, to whom be glory and honor and power and might both now and forever. Coordinates. O may the spirit of love and of unity, of service and of righteousness be in the homes of all Israel, that thy chosen people may truly be as a city set on an hill whose light cannot be hid. We dedicate the foundations, the walls, the floors, the ceilings, the tower, and all parts of the building. Following is the prayer offered by President Henry B. Eyring, second counselor in First Presidency, to rededicate the Jordan River Utah Temple on Sunday, May 20. We are grateful beyond any measure of expression for thy goodness and grace and for all thou hast done for us. We shall follow the pattern set by the Prophet Joseph Smith in the dedication of the Kirtland Temple. Wilt thou guide parents in Zion in bringing up their children in light and in truth, that our children, who are also thy children, shall stand firm in the faith forever. In 1893, three years before Utah became a state, the Salt Lake Temple was completed after 40 years of sacrifice-filled construction. O Father, hasten the day when righteousness shall prevail; when the rulers of nations shall open their borders to the preaching of the gospel; when the door of salvation shall swing wide open for the honest and upright and good among every people. Let thy servants speak as with thy voice in inviting thy chosen ones to forsake the world and come out of darkness into the marvelous light of thy Son. As thou knowest, O our God, we are living in the last days when the signs of the times are being shown forth; when thou art hastening thy work in its time; and when we have already heard the voice of one crying in the wilderness: Prepare ye the way of the Lord and make his paths straight. We dedicate the walks, the ornamental landscaping—the trees, plants, flowers, and shrubbery. I shall now offer the dedicatory prayer for this Ogden Temple. Wilt thou preserve those who are and shall take thy message to the world. On that occasion the Lord revealed to him the dedicatory prayer, which he then read and which is now published as section 109 in the Doctrine and Covenants. Click Image to Open the File and Print. These are our desires, and thou hast said that thou wilt grant unto the children of men according to their desires, and we now call upon thee in faith and unity to fulfill thy promises and grant us the desires of our hearts in righteousness. We dedicate the grounds on which it stands and which surround it. We thank Thee, O Lord, that Thy people whom Thou hast led to this distant land, and whom Thou hast preserved by Thine own right arm, have been permitted to establish themselves in the homes, which Thou hast given them, and that, through thy continued efforts and that through Thy continued blessings they have been enabled to gather together the materials of which this building is composed; to put together and erect the same, even a Temple, which we dedicate … We thank thee that the hearts of the children are now turning to their fathers, and that the ordinances of salvation and exaltation are now being performed in thy holy temples for both the living and the dead. And we thank thee that thou art gathering scattered Israel out of Babylon, into thy Church and kingdom, so they may receive the blessings promised in thy holy temples. O God, our Eternal Father, Thou great Elohim, in the name of Thy Beloved Son, Jesus Christ, we bow before Thee on this sacred occasion with full hearts and grateful spirits. We desire to bridle our passions, to control our appetites, and to rise above the lusts of the flesh and the evil and carnality that is everywhere to be found. It has been our privilege, as guided by the whisperings of thy Spirit, to build unto thee this temple, which we now present unto thee as another of thy holy houses. And so, O God our Heavenly and Eternal Father, we pray that we may perfect our families. O God, our Heavenly Father, we have no words to express our gratitude to thee for all thou hast done for us and for all mankind. At this … The Ogden Utah Temple was rededicated Sunday, 21 September 2014, by President Thomas S. Monson of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, after undergoing extensive renovation. I shall now offer the dedicatory prayer for this Ogden Temple. O God, the Eternal Father, we, Thy servants and handmaidens, come to Thee with hearts overflowing with gratitude and in the name of Jesus Christ, Thy Well-Beloved Son, we thank Thee that we are privileged this day to dedicate unto Thy Most Holy Name, a temple of the Living God. We desire righteousness. The Ogden Utah Temple Dedicatory Prayer. These are our desires, and thou hast said that thou wilt grant unto the children of men according to their desires, and we now call upon thee in faith and unity to fulfill thy promises and grant us the desires of our hearts in righteousness. Let thy servants speak as with thy voice in inviting thy chosen ones to forsake the world and come out of darkness into the marvelous light of thy Son. O Lord our God, unto thee we sing songs of praise and thanksgiving by day and by night! We have no desires but to serve thee and keep thy commandments, to worship thee in spirit and in truth, so that we may enjoy the companionship of thy Holy Spirit in this life and dwell with thee in thy kingdom when our labors here are completed. Joseph Smith, as a result of a prayer, was visited by Jesus in the Kirtland Temple on a very special date, April 3, 1836, as recorded in section 110 of the Doctrine and Covenants. We desire, above all things, to be saved in thy kingdom, for we know "there is no gift greater than the gift of salvation," and that salvation consists in becoming perfect as thou and thy Son are perfect and in the continuation of the family unit in eternity. We have received thy messenger, even the messenger of the covenant, who has brought again thy everlasting gospel, to be a light to the world and a standard for thy people. We rejoice in the coming forth of the Book of Mormon; in the revelations that bespeak thy mind and will; in the ministry among us of holy angels sent of thee to confer power and priesthood and keys upon men; in thy personal appearance and that of thy Son to usher in this final, great gospel dispensation; and in the outpouring of thy Holy Spirit, which reveals thy mind and will to us constantly. Even so, amen and amen. Bless all who serve here, that their efforts may be extended with love and kindness as they assist patrons who come to receive exalting ordinances for themselves and for their ancestors. Wilt thou strengthen us in our desires to keep thy commandments and overcome the world, to be living witnesses of the truth and divinity of thy work, and to stand valiantly in bearing testimony of those things which we have received. Wilt thou, O Lord, remember thy covenants with Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob concerning their seed; and with Lehi and Nephi and thy “other sheep” on the American continent; that their descendants should have the blessings of the gospel, “which are the blessings of salvation, even of life eternal.” Cause that the scattered remnants of thine ancient chosen people may open their hearts to the message of those living prophets whom thou dost now send to them. Ogden Utah Temple, 18 January 1972. It is our purpose to dedicate this temple to the Lord and to his holy purposes. We thank thee for the infinite wisdom and love manifest in the atoning sacrifice of thy Son. We seek thy face, sing praises to thy holy name, and desire to follow in the footsteps of thy Son, to be like him, and to keep thy commandments, that we may dwell everlastingly in thy presence. "O Lord God Almighty, hear us in these our petitions, and answer us from heaven, thy holy habitation, where thou sittest enthroned, with glory, honor, power, majesty, might, dominion, truth, justice, judgment, mercy, and an infinity of fulness, from everlasting to everlasting.". Father, we have in our hearts the spirit of praise and thanksgiving and worship. The Oquirrh Mountain Temple Dedicatory Prayer. Ogden Utah Temple Rededication - Dedicatory Prayer September 21, 2014 O God, our Eternal Father, Thou great Elohim, in the name of Thy Beloved Son, Jesus Christ, we bow before Thee on this sacred occasion with full hearts and grateful spirits. Following is the prayer offered by President Henry B. Eyring, first counselor in the First Presidency, on Sunday, June 4, to rededicate the Idaho Falls Idaho Temple. The Ogden Utah Temple is the 14th operating temple of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.. We are now presenting to the Lord another house in which the ordinances of salvation and exaltation shall be performed for the living and the dead. Rededicated 13–15 March 1979. by Spencer W. Kimball. We humbly pray that thou wilt accept this edifice and pour out thy blessings upon it as a house to which thou wilt come and in which thy Spirit will direct all that is done, that it may be acceptable unto thee. We dedicate the foundations, the walls, the floors, the ceilings, the tower, and all parts of the building. O Lord, wilt thou bless us and keep us, and make thy face to shine upon us, and give us peace. Our hearts rejoice, we are exceedingly glad, and the earth breaks forth into singing as we seem to hear "the dead speak forth anthems of eternal praise to the King Immanuel, who hath ordained, before the world was, that which would enable us to redeem them out of their prison; for the prisoners shall go free.". The temple dedication ceremony took place on April 6, 1877. Our Father who art in heaven, even the God of our fathers, who keepeth covenants and showest mercy; thou Almighty Elohim who liveth and reigneth, from everlasting to everlasting; thou Man of Holiness and Man of Counsel who hast created us in thine own image and likeness and commanded us to worship thee in spirit and in truth; thou who knoweth all things and hast all power, all might, and all dominion—hallowed be thy great and holy name! It pleases us that in this our day thou didst send Elijah the prophet, before the second coming of thy Son, to reveal that priesthood and confer those keys whereby thy children may be sealed up unto eternal life. We thank thee for the infinite wisdom and love manifest in the atoning sacrifice of thy Son. We pray for the spread of truth; we pray for the missionary cause; we seek strength and numbers and means to proclaim thy everlasting truths to more of thy other children in every nation, among every kindred, and speaking every tongue. Our beloved Father in Heaven, Thou great Elohim, the Eternal God whom we love and worship, we come unto Thee in prayer as we dedicate this, Thy Holy House. The app will send all names entered to the selected temple, or if the temple is closed, to the nearest operating temple. Wilt Thou bless the temple presidency and matrons who will render consecrated service. We thank thee that from time to time thou dost part the veil and let thy servants on earth behold the ministries and labors of their fellow servants in the paradise of God; that thy servant President Joseph F. smith "saw the hosts of the dead, both small and great"; and also "an innumerable company of the spirits of the just, who had been faithful in the testimony of Jesus while they lived in mortality"; and that he saw "the Son of God" appear to them, "declaring liberty to the captives who had been faithful"; and that there the Son "preached to them the everlasting gospel, the doctrine of the resurrection and the redemption of mankind from the fall, and from individual sins on conditions of repentance.". Father, wilt Thou bless all who have made possible this magnificent temple and all As is customary, a dedicatory prayer was offered by Wilford Woodruff, then president of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. We dedicate the font and ordinance rooms, and especially the sealing rooms, that they may be kept holy and that thy protecting care may be over them, and that thy Spirit may ever be present to inspire those who attend. We pray for the spread of truth; we pray for the missionary cause; we seek strength and numbers and means to proclaim thy everlasting truths to more of thy other children in every nation, among every kindred, and speaking every tongue. The First Presidency of the Church has announced open house and rededication dates for the Ogden Utah Temple. Wherefore, according to the pattern thou hast given, and in harmony with the course pursued by thy servants who have been before, and acting in the authority of that priesthood which is after the order of thy Son, and in his holy name, we dedicate this, the Ogden Temple of the Church of Jesus Christ, to thee, the Lord. Let them say: "Come out of her, my people, that ye be not partakers of her sins, and that ye receive not of her plagues.". O let success attend thy work in all its parts; and let thy kingdom roll forth, as the stone cut from the mountain without hands, until it breaks in pieces all other kingdoms and fills the whole earth! And we thank thee that thou art gathering scattered Israel out of Babylon, into thy Church and kingdom, so they may receive the blessings promised in thy holy temples. Let them say: “Come out of her, my people, that ye be not partakers of her sins, and that ye receive not of her plagues.”. And now our Father, we thank thee for thy direction in building temples wherein the blessings of baptism and of celestial marriage and of eternal life may be made available to the living and the dead. O God, our Heavenly Father, we have no words to express our gratitude to thee for all thou hast done for us and for all mankind. Our Father who art in heaven, even the God of our fathers, who keepeth covenants and showest mercy; thou Almighty Elohim who liveth and reigneth, from everlasting to everlasting; thou Man of Holiness … The Payson Utah Temple Dedicatory Prayer. O Lord God of our fathers, who sitteth upon thy throne, and who liveth, and reigneth over all things—blessed be thy holy name both now and forever! Credit: Scott Taylor “The dedicatory prayer begins that process,” he added. We are grateful for the consecration of Thy faithful Saints throughout the world who have imparted of their tithes with generous hearts and with love for … Keep them free from sin and steadfast in their desires to be living witnesses of thy great latter-day work. This temple was to be the ninth Mormon temple built in Utah. May all that is done herein be done with an eye single to thy glory and the building of thy kingdom here upon the earth. Hear our cries; read the thoughts and intents of our hearts; and be pleased to grant us all that we need without our multiplying words before thee. And hasten the day, O Lord of Hosts, when the scattered remnants of Judah, after their pain, shall be sanctified in holiness before thee and shall build again the waste places of Jerusalem, that they may once again be numbered with thy people; that the promises may be fulfilled, "for out of Zion shall go forth the law, and the word of the Lord from Jerusalem.". Wilt thou cause that husbands and wives in Israel shall love each other and cleave unto their eternal companions and none else. Protect it, we pray thee, from any devastating influence, holocausts, hurricanes, storms, or destruction of any kind. Wilt thou pour out upon the young and rising generation the spirit of obedience and conformity that they may be led to honor their fathers and their mothers as thou didst command by the mouths of Moses and others of thy servants. Our hearts rejoice, we are exceedingly glad, and the earth breaks forth into singing as we seem to hear “the dead speak forth anthems of eternal praise to the King Immanuel, who hath ordained, before the world was, that which would enable us to redeem them out of their prison; for the prisoners shall go free.”. We thank thee, our Creator, for life and being and for the privilege of receiving our mortal probation in a day when thou hast revealed anew the terms and conditions of thy eternal plan of salvation. It has been our privilege, as guided by the whisperings of thy Spirit, to build unto thee this temple, which we now present unto thee as another of thy holy houses. President Boyd K. Packer of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles offered the following dedicatory prayer at the groundbreaking of the Brigham City Utah Temple: Our beloved Father in Heaven, we have assembled here in great numbers. And it is our desire to be instruments in thy hands to prepare a people for the coming of thy Son; for the day when every valley shall be exalted, and every mountain and hill shall be made low; for the day when the glory of the Lord shall be revealed and he shall stand again on earth; for the day when thy saints shall be redeemed, and "shall mention the loving kindness of their Lord, and all that he has bestowed upon them according to his goodness, and according to his loving kindness, forever and ever.". O Lord, wilt thou bless us and keep us, and make thy face to shine upon us, and give us peace. Wilt thou preserve those who are and shall take thy message to the world. We thank thee that the hearts of the children are now turning to their fathers, and that the ordinances of salvation and exaltation are now being performed in thy holy temples for both the living and the dead. O Lord God of our fathers, who sitteth upon thy throne, and who liveth, and reigneth over all things—blessed be thy holy name both now and forever! Wilt thou pour out upon the young and rising generation the spirit of obedience and conformity that they may be led to honor their fathers and their mothers as thou didst command by the mouths of Moses and others of thy servants. Dedicatory Prayer. Unto thee we raise our voices in thanksgiving for the lives and ministries of the Prophet Joseph Smith, of Hyrum Smith the Patriarch, and of the prophets and apostles and righteous men and women who have built on the foundation they laid. We are grateful that thou hast poured out upon us thy Holy Spirit, so that we can come to a perfect knowledge of the truth; so that we may be born again and be alive in Christ; so that we may cleanse and perfect our souls and stand spotless before thee at the last day. And today we dedicate the whole unto Thee, with all that pertains unto it that it may be holy in Thy sight; that it may be a house of prayer, a house of praise and of worship; that Thy glory may rest upon it; that Thy holy presence may be continually in it; that it may be the abode of Thy Well-Beloved Son, our Savior; that the angels who stand before Thy face may be the hallowed messengers who shall visit it, bearing …

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