Proverbs 10:7, RE

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MichaelB
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Proverbs 10:7, RE

Post by MichaelB » Thu Sep 28, 2017 12:01 pm

I was reading this today.
Heaven is steeped in ceremonial rites intended to preserve and declare the Glory of God and the wisdom of His acts. The depth, heights and majesty of His undertakings are beyond man's comprehension. Words fail in the attempt. It is best understood by seeing and not to be otherwise understood.
http://scriptures.info/scriptures/ot/proverbs/10.7#7

When Mr. Snuffer says that the depth, height, and majesty of His undertakings are beyond man's comprehension, does that mean we wont comprehend it all in this life ( even if we have our calling and election made sure )?

Or are only unregenerate men meant here?

And what does this mean?
But remember that all my judgments are not given unto men, and as the words have gone forth out of my mouth, even so shall they be fulfilled, that the first shall be last and that the last shall be first in all things whatsoever I have created by the word of my power, which is the power of my Spirit. For by the power of my Spirit created I them, yea, all things both spiritual and temporal, firstly spiritual, secondly temporal, which is the beginning of my work. And again, firstly temporal and secondly spiritual, which is the last of my work, speaking unto you that ye may naturally understand. But unto myself my work hath no end neither beginning, but it is given unto you that ye may understand because ye have asked it of me and are agreed.
http://scriptures.info/scriptures/dc/section/12

Is it given to them to understand, or is there something here that no mortal can understand?



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Re: Proverbs 10:7, RE

Post by MichaelB » Thu Sep 28, 2017 1:43 pm

Does this mean there are things we will never understand here in the flesh?
In the King Follett Discourse Joseph Smith said this:

“Thus you learn some of the first principles of the gospel, about which so much has been said. When you climb a ladder, you must begin at the bottom and go on until you learn the last principle; it will be a great while before you have learned the last. It is not all to be comprehended in this world; it is a great thing to learn salvation beyond the grave.”
http://denversnuffer.com/2016/04/why-a-temple/



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Re: Proverbs 10:7, RE

Post by MichaelB » Sat Sep 30, 2017 2:22 pm

Does this mean that God's experience of time is nonlinear ( and can any mortal really understand what that means )?
This is the great Urim and Thummim whereon all things are manifest, both things past, present, and future, and are continually before the Lord.
http://scriptures.info/scriptures/dc/section/52.4#4



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