“I see the angel Moroni, standing atop the temple http://facebook.com/163927770338391, as a shining symbol of [our] faith. I love Moroni, because in a degenerate society, he remained pure and true. He is my hero. He stood alone. I feel somehow he stands atop the temple today, beckoning us to stand above the worldly clamor, to have courage, to remember who we are and to be worthy to enter the ‘the mountain of the Lord’—the holy temple.” –Elaine S. Dalton
•“If you live up to your privileges, the angels cannot be restrained from being your associates.” –Joseph Smith, Jr. •“I will go before your face. I will be on your right hand and on your left, and my Spirit shall be in your heart, and mine angels round about you, to bear you up” (Doctrine and Covenants 84:88).
“The angel Moroni stand[s] atop the temple as a shining symbol of [our] faith. In a degenerate society, he remained pure and true. He is my hero. He stood alone. He stands today, beckoning us to have courage, to remember who we are, to ‘arise and shine forth,’ to [live] above the worldly clamor and to, as Isaiah prophesied, ‘Come to the mountain of the Lord’—the holy temple.” –Elaine S. Dalton
Angel Moroni - Bern Temple, Switzerland. Holds nothing but a trumpet. Upon the highest spire of the majority of the LDS Temples of the world, an angel stands with a trumpet in hand declaring the everlasting gospel, that it has been restored. It is a message to very nation, kindred, tongue and people. Each Moroni symbolizes the angel of the Restoration as seen in vision by John the Revelator.