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2021-05-27

Can LDS wear lingerie?

Can LDS wear lingerie?

Originally Answered: Can Mormons wear lingerie? Yes. The Church has no policy or doctrine concerning lingerie. Members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day-Saints remove their garments for specific activities, like swimming, exercise, and other obvious naked time activities.

Are LDS garments dyed white?

From the sister workers I spoke with, I learned that the fabric used for all garment fabrics is dyed white. So it’s a color fabric, which means if you’re going to use bleach on any temple garment fabric, it MUST be COLOR-SAFE BLEACH. You will get yellowed garments after multiple washings with regular bleach.

What are LDS temple garments?

A temple garment, also referred to as garments, the garment of the holy priesthood, or Mormon underwear, is a type of underwear worn by adherents of the Latter Day Saint movement after they have taken part in the endowment ceremony.

Can you bleach garments?

Add 1/4 cup of bleach to 1 gallon of water and soak the clothes for only 5 to 10 minutes; any more, and you’ll start to break down the fabric. If you have stains on pastel, colorfast clothes, try soaking them in all-fabric bleach, which is gentler than chlorine bleach.

How do you get rid of temple garments?

To dispose of worn-out temple garments, members should cut out and destroy the marks. Members then cut up the remaining fabric so it cannot be identified as a garment. Once the marks are removed, the fabric is not considered sacred.

Why do Mormons cut up garments?

Mormon undergarments must be worn day and night by members who have received the ordinance of the temple endowment to remind them of the commitment they made to God, according to Brigham Young University. The LDS Church’s handbook states the garments also “provide protection against temptation and evil.”

What are LDS rules?

Commentary: How to be Mormon in just 73 easy steps

  • Never use the word “Mormon” in describing anything Mormon.
  • Drink no coffee, tea or alcohol.
  • Eat meat sparingly.
  • Eat a lot of vegetables and fruits in their season.
  • Go to church every Sunday, even when you’re on vacation.
  • Accept any callings offered by the bishop.
  • Attend the temple once a month at the very least.

Can LDS members be cremated?

Because of these beliefs, LDS members are generally advised to avoid cremation unless it is required by law. That said, Mormonism does not prohibit cremation, it simply discourages it, and cremation is not seen as a hindrance to the ultimate resurrection of the body.

How much is an LDS mission per month?

It will increase from the equivalent of $400 USD to $500, starting July 1, 2020. After careful consideration, missionaries and those who provide financial support will be asked to pay a monthly amount of $500 USD (or the local equivalent) beginning July 1, 2020.

Can a child be sealed to one parent?

Single mothers can’t be sealed to children, even if they didn’t give birth to them? You obviously didn’t do anything wrong!

How many wives does a Mormon have?

The LDS Church publicly renounced the practice of polygamy in 1890, but it has never renounced polygamy as doctrine, as evidenced in LDS scriptures. It has always permitted and continues to permit men to be married in Mormon temples “for the eternities” to more than one wife.

Can Mormons remarry?

Most who remarry desire to be with their new spouse in the next life, instead of their previous spouse, to whom they are still sealed. Latter Day Saints (LDS) couples marry for time and for eternity. A legal divorce does not affect, change, or remove a temple marriage/sealing in any way.

Why can LDS drink soda but not coffee?

The belief that caffeine was the hidden reason behind that commandment is the result of Mormons trying to justify the rule many years later. The caffeine interpretation was very popular; popular enough that you could not buy caffeinated soda on church owned property like BYU. It was never very official though.

Can LDS drink coffee?

Latter-day Saints are taught not to drink any kind of alcohol (see D&C 89:5–7). They are also taught not to drink “hot drinks,” meaning coffee or any tea other than herbal tea (see D&C 89:9), and not to use tobacco (see D&C 89:8).

Can LDS drink alcohol?

Mormons don’t drink alcohol of any kind. The Word of Wisdom’s “strong drink” has been interpreted to mean any alcohol, including beer and wine. Some Mormons are even careful about putting any alcohol into food where it will be cooked out.