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Snowflake Arizona 5x7 Temple Sketch
Since the march of the Mormon Battalion in 1847, Latter-day Saints have had a presence in this region of Arizona. In the spring of 1876, members endured hardships as they built a fort, dug canals and constructed dams. To honor the men and women who pioneered new homes and settlements in the Arizona wilderness, Chad has hidden a wagon wheel among the trees in the temple's foreground. President Howard W. Hunter has counseled us, saying, Let us truly be a temple-attending and temple-loving people. We should hasten to the temple as frequently, yet prudently, as our personal circumstances allow. . . . As we attend the temple, we learn more richly and deeply the purpose of life and the significance of the atoning sacrifice of the Lord Jesus Christ (Ensign, February 1995, p. 5). In the temple, members are taught more about the gospel of Jesus Christ and the purpose of life. To remind one of the importance of Christ's atonement in temple work, Chad has rendered the Savior's image kneeling in prayer across the surface of the temple and landscape in the left half of the drawing.
This is a 5x7 print.
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