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Columbus Ohio Temple Sketch
In 1831, Joseph Smith was instructed by revelation to lead The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints to Ohio. Since that time, the state of Ohio has been rich with significant history of the Church. From 1831 to 1838, Kirtland was its headquarters, with the first stake in the Church created there in 1834. In all, sixty-five revelations of the Doctrine and Covenants were received in Ohio. Within its borders, numerous visions were received and priesthood keys were restored. Newspapers were started and missionaries sent to other areas in the United States, Canada, and Great Britain. Ohio was the place chosen by the Lord for the first temple of the restored Church. The Kirtland Temple still stands as a witness to the early Saints and their willingness to sacrifice for a place in which to perform the Lord's sacred works. More than 162 years after the Kirtland Temple was dedicated, members from ten stakes in Ohio gathered on 12 September 1998 to break ground for the second temple in the state. With the dedication of the Columbus Ohio Temple in September 1999, the Church begins a new era of history in Ohio. The hidden spiritual images within this drawing are reminders of Ohio's historic legacy combined with the promising future of a new temple. Among the trees to the left of the temple is the prophet Joseph Smith holding the Book of Mormon. The prophet is looking at the new temple in Columbus as well as the temple that he helped construct in Kirtland.
This comes in a 11x14 print.
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