President Monson rededicates Boise Idaho Temple

In the heart of “Treasure Valley,” President Thomas S. Monson rededicated on Sunday morning the Boise Idaho Temple — a structure local members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints here consider to be a priceless treasure.

The temple, originally dedicated in 1984, closed 15 months ago for extensive renovation.

The evening before the rededication, President Monson told a group of 9,200 young people, gathered for the youth cultural celebration, that the temple “shines as a beacon of righteousness to all who will follow its light.”

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