· If you have not experienced the things Enos has, you will read the words and think you understand them but you will not
· But if you have experienced the same things as Enos, you will see his meaning with clarity
· Some things, if shared, would endanger both the uninitiated and those that were affected by their actions once they learned the revealed mysteries
· This implies that, like in science when conducting an experiment, the doing of a “spiritual” action may not be dependent upon the righteousness of the individual or on God’s will but can be done by anyone once they understand how to do it (i.e. the higher level or “spiritual” science behind it)
· And since God honors our agency but also requires natural consequences to happen, it is a mercy that we do not understand how to perform certain things because we could really be a danger to ourselves, others, and perhaps even to the world
· Reading the text of Enos which is about his experience with God, the kinds of things that Enos might have hidden could include how to rend the veil and ask for information, power and blessings from those in the spiritual realm – and have those requests be granted
· Modern apostles and church leaders use of the phrase “too sacred to share” when they are speaking about their relationships and experiences with Christ – specifically if they’ve seen and interacted with Him or not; but the Book of Mormon is full of these kinds of experiences and they go into some detail about what happened, so this must not be why Enos is using hermetic language
How can we know that the Lord has accepted our sacrifice?