There is one thought on “The Handclasp, the Temple, and the King”.

  1. Matthew Brown leaves us with an interesting juxtaposition on initiate king and ancient Israel as ceremonial admittance to the throne of God or to the Divine Council as herein described. If, as Matthew states, the King of Heaven by proxy accepts the initiate earthly king into His presence, then an understanding of the function of the Holy of Holies becomes even more fundamentally understood and understandable.

    It appears that Joseph Smith tied his horse to a cart that wasn’t then well understood, but with time is becoming increasingly familiar and intimately recognizable, all at the same time.

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