Knowledge See also Truth; Understanding; Wisdom Understanding and comprehension, especially of truth as taught or confirmed by the Spirit. The Lord is a God of knowledge, 1 Sam. 2:3. The Lord is perfect in knowledge, Job 37:16. The fear of the Lord is the beginning of knowledge, Prov. 1:7. He that has knowledge restrains his words, Prov. 17:27. The earth shall be full of the knowledge of the Lord, Isa. 11:9 (2 Ne. 21:9; 30:15). Ye have taken away the key of knowledge, Luke 11:52. The love of Christ passes knowledge, Eph. 3:19. Add to your faith virtue, and to virtue knowledge, 2 Pet. 1:5. Nephi had a great knowledge of the goodness of God, 1 Ne. 1:1. They shall come to the knowledge of their Redeemer, 2 Ne. 6:11. The righteous shall have a perfect knowledge of their righteousness, 2 Ne. 9:14. The Spirit gives knowledge, Alma 18:35. Your knowledge is perfect in that thing, Alma 32:34. The Lamanites shall be brought to the true knowledge of their Redeemer, Hel. 15:13. Ye may know with a perfect knowledge it is of God, Moro. 7:15–17. The Saints shall find great treasures of knowledge, D&C 89:19. Pure knowledge greatly enlarges the soul, D&C 121:42. He who has the keys of the holy priesthood has no difficulty in obtaining a knowledge of facts, D&C 128:11. If a person gains knowledge in this life, he has an advantage in the world to come, D&C 130:19. It is impossible to be saved in ignorance, D&C 131:6.