Reverence See also Fear; Honor Deep respect for sacred things; wonder. The Lord commanded Moses to remove his shoes, for he was standing on holy ground, Ex. 3:4–5. God is to be feared and had in reverence, Ps. 89:7. Serve God acceptably with reverence and godly fear, Heb. 12:28. Moroni bowed himself to the earth, and prayed mightily, Alma 46:13. The multitude fell to the earth and worshiped Christ, 3 Ne. 11:12–19. Bow down before me, D&C 5:24. All things bow in humble reverence before the throne of God, D&C 76:93. Your minds have been darkened because you have treated lightly the things you have received, D&C 84:54–57. Every knee shall bow and every tongue shall confess, D&C 88:104. Out of respect or reverence to the name of the Supreme Being, the Church called that priesthood after Melchizedek, D&C 107:4. Blessings will be poured out upon those who reverence the Lord in his house, D&C 109:21.