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degree of glory (plural degrees of glory)

  1. (Mormonism) One of the three eternal dwelling places for all resurrected beings except for the children of perdition; the celestial kingdom, the telestial kingdom, or the terrestrial kingdom.
    • 2005 April, B. Renato Maldonado, “Messages from the Doctrine and Covenants: The Three Degrees of Glory”, in Ensign[1], pages 62-65:
      The Lord has said that we will be blessed and will live in a degree of glory in the next life according to the eternal laws we obey in mortality.

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Lesson 23: The Prophet Receives a Vision of the Three Degrees of Glory”, in Primary 5: Doctrine and Covenants: Church History, 1997, page 121