The purity which white connotes

To see two of my children in the House of the Lord, dressed in white, and the purity which that connotes,┬áthe Lord, dressed in white, and the purity which that connotes, brought me to tears. They desire, as do I, to greater happiness, and a joy which exceeds mortal life. Over the portals of each temple are these words: “Holiness to the Lord, the House of the Lord” In this sacred place, couples are married not “until death do you part,” but, on condition of obedience, “for time and for all eternity.” Covenants are entered into here, regarding personal purity and peace within through obedience to God’s commands. This is indeed a sacred place.

To see two of my children in the House of the Lord, dressed in white, and the purity which that connotes, brought me to tears. They desire, as do I, to greater happiness, and a joy which exceeds mortal life. Over the portals of each temple are these words: "Holiness to the Lord, the House of the Lord"  In this sacred place, couples are married not "until death do you part," but, on condition of obedience,  "for time and for all eternity." Covenants are entered into here, regarding personal purity and peace within through obedience to God's commands. This is indeed a sacred place.