Definitions
Those who have shown faith
Symbolism

100

The substance of things hoped for, the evidence of things not seen

Faith

100

This prophet was "warned of God of things not seen as yet", and prepared an ark to save his house by which he condemned the world

Noah

100

The animal sacrifice was a symbol for this person

Jesus Christ

200

The greater priesthood, which is "after the Order of the Son of God"

Melchizedek

200

This prophet showed faith by faithfully preparing to sacrifice his own son to the Lord, though in the end he didn't have to

Abraham

200

The area of the temple/tabernacle that represents the where Jehovah promised to meet with his people, speak to them, and reconcile them to him

Altar

300

A sacred, formal act performed by the authority of the priesthood

Ordinance

300

This Prophet led his family to the Promised Land, enduring many trials and confrontations with his brothers along the way

Nephi

300

When sacrificing for the remission of sins, this action symbolically transferred the sins from the "offerer" to the "sacrifice"

Laying on of hands

400

A sacred agreement between God and a person or group of people.

Covenant

400

This son of Adam had shown an offering better than his brother, Cain, and obtained a witness that he was righteous. Cain didn't handle it so well, and killed him

Abel

400

In addition to enhancing and preserving food, this item also symbolized the idea of a unbreakable covenant

Salt

500

Another name for the Aaronic priesthood, named after one of the tribes of Israel

Levitical

500

This Prophet and those in his city had such great faith that they were translated, "that [they] should not see death"

Enoch

500

Sprinkled, dabbed, splashed, or dumped at the base of the altar, this part of the sacrifice served as a symbol of both life and death, consequences of sin and the process of forgiveness

Blood