The Temple of Music by Jonathan LowyIn a starkly divided America, a Republican president seeks reelection in the afterglow of a controversial war. He is bankrolled by millionaires, with every step of his career orchestrated by a political mastermind. While terrorists plot the assassination of world leaders, a lonely, disturbed revolutionary stalks the President. . . .
It all happened. One hundred years ago. It all comes to life in The Temple of Music.
A vivid, gripping historical novel, The Temple of Music re-creates the larger-than-life characters and tempestuous events that rocked America at the turn of the century. It tells the tales of murder and romance, of robber barons, immigrants, yellow journalists, and anarchists, all centering around one of the most fascinating and mysterious events in American history: the assassination of President William McKinley. Sweeping in scope, The Temple of Music is a rare literary achievement that intertwines history and fiction into an indelible tapestry of America in the Gilded Age.
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Teach Me about the Temple – Lynne Perry Christofferson
It was a spirit-filled hour with experiences about temple work and uplifting lyrics sung by the talented Dallyn Vail Bayles and Tammy Simister Robinson. This is a simple and sweet song for children about the love they feel for those who came before them and those who will come after them in the generations of their family tree. This song is about finding strength beyond our own as we stand on holy ground of the temple. She has written so many of the beloved primary songs that I learned as a child. Janice Kapp Perry also spoke about family history work. She said that she promised her mother, who was a devoted family history researcher, to continue the family history research after her death. She has kept this promise by paying a researcher and faithfully completing all the temple work for the names that are found.
Thank you for the background information on this loveliest of songs. Our son was married in the Mt. Timpanogos temple - it is breathtakingly beautiful. I've always loved this song since I heard it many years ago. It truly brings the spirit near. Thank you for the lovely visuals to a touching song. They go with with the incredible Sing-Along Video the Church must put on the website.
Our stake did the same thing last spring, asking all the senior primaries to learn it for stake conference. However, I guess we were the only ward that did it. Fast forward to now and I'm the new song leader and was handed this song. Our kids LOVE it, seriously, I think we sing it every week, or at least every week someone gets to choose a song. Anyway, I've been asked by several people where we got the song, if they can have a copy, etc. Since I was just handed the copy, I know nothing about it.
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The buzz of a travel alarm barely registered in my weary brain. Only when I heard stirrings of life around me did I bother to swat at the off button, and a squinting glance at the clock face confirmed my deepest fear: it was a. Time to rise. My last evening at the MTC had included a devotional for departing missionaries and a final photo session with my district before heading off with my two companions to pack. Though my head hit my pillow at , my thoughts kept swirling for another full hour. With zombie-like movements, my group and I managed to dress, eat, and tidy the room enough to pass inspection, just in time for our checkout. Luggage was hurriedly tossed into a van by someone with far too much pre-dawn energy, then we were rushed to the Salt Lake International Airport.