LDS (“Mormon”) Temples are Heaven on Earth
Temples of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (commonly referred to as the Mormon Church) are revered by Latter-day Saints as the House of the Lord Jesus Christ. Each temple that is constructed is prepared and dedicated for the work of sacred gospel ordinances. Those who are deemed worthy and hold a valid temple recommend are permitted to enter the temple and take part in those sacred ordinances. The temple is a place of solace, or a place of comfort and peace from the distress and worries of the world. Temples are also places of worship and prayer.
Speaking of the temple, President thomas S. Monson, president of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints has said:
Now, my brothers and sisters, we have built temples throughout the world and will continue to do so. To you who are worthy and able to attend the temple, I would admonish you to go often. The temple is a place where we can find peace. There we receive a renewed dedication to the gospel and a strengthened resolve to keep the commandments.