Zacchaeus in name and in reality was “the pure in heart,” and he was accordingly blessed to “see God.” Learn more at http://www.ldsliving.com/What-We-May-Have-Missed-in-Jesus-s-Loving-Response-to-a-Despised-Man-in-the-Bible/s/86841.
The phrases “Son of man” and “Son of God” actually mean the opposite of what we think they mean.
Take a break from the news. Fear will depart.
Banish social media from your life. Jealousy will vanish.
The voice of God will then be more audible in your life.
The Book of Mormon is literarily beautiful, doctrinally truthful, and everlastingly applicable. Three simple names within its pages prove to not be so simple after all. They stand as additional evidence that the book is of ancient origins and was brought forth by the gift and power of God.
The Surprising Meanings Behind “Enos” and “Noah”: Insights into Book of Mormon Names on LDS Living (with Brad Wilcox).
Yahweh is one of the most significant words in all of the Hebrew language. We hear echoes of it when Moses encounters the LORD at the burning bush of Mount Sinai and asks for the name of the God who was commanding him to deliver the Israelites from Egyptian bondage. The word Yahweh is the present tense of the Hebrew verb “to be.” Other English translations of Yahweh’s name could include “The Self-Existing One,” “The Being,” or simply “Is.” Learn more at my LDS Living article here.
I thought that If God is incomprehensible, you can’t truly know about Him or even be in relation with Him. My friend helped me out of my confusion because I had thought that the words know and comprehensible had the same meaning. So what does it mean that God is incomprehensible? Find out here.