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Scott, "Receive the Temple Blessings" "In my judgment there is no more important single act that any Latter-day Saint ever does in this world than to marry the right person in the right place by the right authority.

It is the person who is living so that he or she can go to the temple of God and make the covenants that we there make." Elder Bruce R.

Mc Conkie, "Why the Latter-day Saints Build Temples" "The key is to have our eyes wide open to our own faults and partially closed to the faults of others — not the other way around!

Click through this list to read advice from President Thomas S. Does the person you are dating tear others down or build them up?

The track that leads to marriage passes through the terrain called dating!

There is more to consider than popularity or charisma.

As you seek an eternal companion, look for someone who is developing the essential attributes that bring happiness: a deep love of the Lord and of his commandments, a determination to live them, one that is kindly understanding, forgiving of others, and willing to give of self, with the desire to have a family crowned with beautiful children and a commitment to teach them the principles of truth in the home." Elder Richard G.

The imperfections of others never release us from the need to work on our own shortcomings." Elder Neal A. Be friends first and sweethearts later, not the other way around.

Otherwise, people who think they are sweethearts may discover they can’t be very good friends, and by then it may be too late." Elder Bruce C.

In ways, however, technology may be causing us to have relationships that are less meaningful.

Merely tweeting, texting, emailing and friending cannot genuinely create a well-rounded relationship.

If you want to marry a wholesome, attractive, honest, happy, hardworking, spiritual person, be that kind of person.