• Tri-fold card fits in your wallet.
  • All ordinances of the Priesthood.
  • Great gift for missionaries
  • Never get caught unprepared.
Item #: LDP-CRD225
UPC / ISBN: 684031229403
Price: $2.49
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Product Description:

This exclusive LDSBookstore.com priesthood ordinance card is a great gift for any priesthood holder. This card lists guidelines for: blessing the bread and water, conferring and ordaining to the Aaronic and Melchizedek Priesthoods, naming and blessing children, baptizing, confirming, consecrating oil, anointing the sick, sealing the anointing and dedicating graves. This card folds to business card size making it easy to fit in your wallet or pocket.

This ordinance card is also available in Spanish.

Product Reviews

Overall Customer Rating of 72 Reviews:

Great card

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We gave these out at our Priesthood Preview. The dads all wished they had one as well!

Easy to carry

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Easy to carry and have with you.

Priesthood Ordinances Pocket Guide

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I've had one of these for years and would highly recommend it to all Priests and Melchizedec Priesthood holders to have in their wallets, I know many have smart phones and the Ordinances guide, but I much prefer this tri-fold card.

Ordination & Blessing laminated folding card.

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This card needs rounded corners like what you find on a credit card. If the background color of the card was changed to white, there would be more contrast and the card would be easier to read.

Ordination & Blessing laminated folding card.

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This card needs rounded corners like what you find on a credit card. If the background color of the card was changed to white, there would be more contrast and the card would be easier to read.

lettering to light

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The information on the card is great. i also like the portability and functionality of the card. It is hard to read though mainly due to the lettering being to lightly printed. The ink should be darker which would help tremendously for me as my eyes are not as good as they used to be.