The Suva Fiji Temple of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints rises from one of the tallest areas of Suva, looking down on the Pacific Ocean from three sides. It also overlooks the city, the city center being only a few minutes away. Latter-day Saints in Fiji, Kiribati, Vanuatu, Nauru, Tuvalu and New Caledonia attend the temple to find peace as they worship God.The beautiful edifice is surrounded by plants — in the lawns encircling the temple, in boxes between the sets of stairs leading to the entrance, and along the outer walls of the temple. The granite temple is 10,700 square feet, and its spire rises into the sky and supports a gold-leafed statue of the angel Moroni, a prophet from the Book of Mormon. Rooms in the temple include a baptistry; a celestial room, which represents heaven on earth and eternal life with God; instruction rooms; and sealing rooms, where eternal marriages are performed. In the temple, worthy members learn about the purpose of life and make commitments to live Christlike lives. They believe that by keeping these commitments they can inherit eternal life with God and their families.
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Rebecca describes how the temple has helped her family to grow closer together.
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