Grave [noun]See also Death; Resurrection; Sepulchre; Tombthe pillar of Rachel’s grave, Gen. 35:20.in my grave which I have digged … bury me, Gen. 50:5.Because there were no graves in Egypt, Ex. 14:11.in the grave who shall give thee thanks, Ps. 6:5.nor knowledge, nor wisdom, in the grave, Eccl. 9:10.he made his grave with the wicked, Isa. 53:9 (Mosiah 14:9).O grave, I will be thy destruction, Hosea 13:14.graves were opened; and many bodies, Matt. 27:52.Pharisees, hypocrites! for ye are as graves, Luke 11:44.that are in the graves shall hear his voice, John 5:28.he had lain in the grave four days already, John 11:17.She goeth unto the grave to weep, John 11:31.O grave, where is thy victory, 1 Cor. 15:55.lay down in the cold and silent grave, 2 Ne. 1:14.that the grave should have no victory, Mosiah 16:7 (16:8).many graves shall be opened, Hel. 14:25.Christ … gained the victory over the grave, Morm. 7:5.baptismal font … a similitude of the grave, D&C 128:13.