Latter-day Saints can benefit from this book. If you've never been to the temple, it can help you prepare, and if you are a long time temple attender, it can remind you of some basic things you can do to get the most out of worshiping in that place.
Have you ever felt that there might be something more waiting for you in the temple? Many people who say they love the temple and feel good when they attend still express a desire to bring greater focus to their temple worship. This insightful book from a former temple president and matron is designed to help.
Engagingly written, with many personal experiences and practical applications, House of Learning outlines ways any Latter-day Saint, novice or seasoned, can prepare to be receptive to the spiritual teachings of the temple. It outlines the traits we need to develop to be in the proper frame of mind and heart for temple attendance. Then it explains a simple process through which we can unlock the spiritual meaning of the ordinances including how they apply in our lives and make the temple our house of learning.
Table of Contents
Part 1: Preparing for Temple Worship
Chapter 1: It Begins in the Heart
Chapter 2: The Power of Love
Chapter 3: Loving Kindness
Chapter 4: Reverence in the House of the Lord
Part 2: How to Learn in the Temple
Chapter 5: The Principle, the Savior, and Me
Chapter 6: A Place of Personal Revelation
Chapter 7: Seeing Yourself as the Lord Sees You
Chapter 8: Receiving a Fulness of the Holy Ghost
Chapter 9: The Temple - Our Key to Happiness