ANSWERS: 3
  • I think it depicts the Holy Spirit, but I don’t really know.
  • Jesus Christ is the one and only Savior of this world. Anyone or anything that tries to even suggest differently is trying to deceive you. I guarantee wood never did anything to save you! "Don’t be afraid of being damned for not knowing the meaning of a vision or figure, if God has not given a revelation or interpretation of the subject.” "Listen to the inspiration and promptings of the Spirit. ...One of the reasons the Lord uses parables and other forms of symbolic imagery is that they can simultaneously reveal and conceal meaning, depending on the spiritual readiness of the hearer." "As we search the scriptures, we have the right to pray for wisdom and inspiration to understand what is meant. We are also entitled to the help of the Spirit when interpreting the figurative language correctly. The Spirit is the great teacher." https://www.churchofjesuschrist.org/study/ensign/1986/10/understanding-scriptural-symbols?lang=eng
    • Amaris
      Help the Spirit?? He is God.
    • Linda Joy
      No one said 'Help the Spirit.' They said 'Help OF the Spirit. Believe what you choose, but after reading the intercessory prayer in John 17 and about Jesus' baptism in the gospels where it clearly says Jesus was on earth, God spoke from Heaven and The Holy Ghost descended in the form of a dove, I've known beyond doubt that God, Jesus, and The Holy Ghost are three separate beings that are one in purpose. But like I said, believe what you choose.
  • What there is to know about wood is Noah's wooden ark represented Salvation in the flood. While Jesus' earthly occupation as a carpenter was the perfect preparation for His ministry. Carpentry skills seem more of a mental game in cutting, shaping and installation. By wood: trees represent life. Proverbs 11:30 "The fruit of the righteous is a tree of life, and whoever captures souls is wise."

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