Aaronic Priesthood Manual 1 Lesson 48: The Power to Baptize

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** Lesson 48: The Power to Baptize **

Aaronic Priesthood Manual 1, (2002), 175–77

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** Aaronic priesthood (Latter Day Saints) **

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For the ancient Israelite Levitical priesthood physically descended from
Aaron, see Kohen.
A 19th century depiction of John the Baptist conferring the Aaronic
priesthood to Joseph Smith and Oliver Cowdery

The *Aaronic priesthood* (/ɛəˈrɒnɪk/ /air-*RON*-ik/; also
called the *Priesthood of Aaron* or the *Levitical priesthood*) is the
lesser of the two (or sometimes three) orders of priesthood recognized in
the Latter Day Saint movement. The others are the Melchizedek priesthood
and the rarely recognized Patriarchal priesthood. Unlike the Melchizedek
priesthood, which is modeled after the authority of Jesus and the Apostles,
or the Patriarchal priesthood, which is modeled after the authority of
Abraham, the Aaronic priesthood is modeled after the priesthood of Aaron
the Levite, the first high priest of the Hebrews, and his descendents. The
Aaronic priesthood is thought to be a lesser or preparatory priesthood and
an "appendage"^[1] of the more powerful Melchizedek priesthood.
Practically, the leadership of the Aaronic priesthood, such as the
Presiding Bishop, are administrative and financial agents of the
church.^[2] Aaronic priesthood holders ages 12–18 prepare, bless, and
administer the sacrament, collect fast offerings, assist in home teaching,
and occasionally perform baptisms.

*Contents*

· 1 History
· 2 Role within the LDS Church

· 2.1 Offices and quorums of the Aaronic priesthood in the LDS Church

· 3 See also
· 4 Notes
· 5 References
· 6 External links

*History[edit]*

Latter Day Saints believe that ancient prophets and apostles conferred the
Aaronic and Melchizedek priesthoods directly upon Joseph Smith, Jr. and
Oliver Cowdery on May 15, 1829. The conferral of the Aaronic priesthood on
Smith and Cowdery is recorded in /Joseph Smith—History/ as follows:


Source: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aaronic_priesthood_(Latter_Day_Saints)

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