> Keys, where needed, are given to the person set apart for
> a calling. He only holds those keys until he is released.
>How about that? That's directly opposite to what a bishop told me years back. Thanks
>for the clarification.
I concur with Larry. An ordained bishop, if called again to lead a ward, even the
same ward he used to lead, will again be set apart as the bishop of that ward and
given the keys of a bishop. Obviously, he is not ordained again to the office of
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