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Does God look like the white-bearded gentleman in Michelangelo’s famous painting? Well, actually God doesn’t “look” like anything, according to the Bible. But even so, the Book does refer often to his “face” and “mouth,” figuratively, of course. In a way, a person’s face is his most important feature, and that is true of God as well, even though his “face” is invisible.

*With what man did God speak “face to face, as a man speaks with his friend”?

*Who marveled that he had seen God face-to-face and lived to tell it?

*Which King “sought the face of the Lord” to explain why a famine had taken place?

*According to Psalm 34, the face of the Lord is against what type of people?

*According to Deuteronomy, man does not live by bread alone but by what?

*Which prophet frequently backed up his words with “the mouth of the Lord has spoken?

*Which prophet warned against false prophets who speak “visions from their own minds, not from the mouth of the Lord”?

*According to Exodus 33, what part of God did Moses see instead of his face?

*Why was Moses not allowed to see God’s actual face?

*In which book of the Bible does it say that the heavens were made by “the breath of his mouth”?