Mansions / Man·sons (Sons of Man)
2: In my Father's house are many mansions: if it were not so, I would have told you. I go to prepare a place for you.
3: And if I go and prepare a place for you, I will come again, and receive you unto myself; that where I am, there ye may be also.
man·sion by author: (Sion/Zion=Mount=Hill=Godhead=Household=(Head of house)
: a large and impressive house : the large house of a wealthy person
Full Definition of MANSION
1a obsolete : the act of remaining or dwelling : stay
b archaic : dwelling, abode
2a (1) : manor house (2) : a large imposing residence
b : a separate apartment or lodging in a large structure
3a : house 3b
b : one of the 28 parts into which the moon's monthly course through the heavens is divided
Examples of MANSION
a mansion with 10 bedrooms and an indoor swimming pool
<if I ever win the lottery, I'm going to buy a mansion in the hills>
Origin of MANSION
Middle English, from Anglo-French, from Latin mansion-, mansio, from manēre to remain, dwell; akin to Greek menein to remain
First Known Use: 14th century (Ref merriam-webster)
Son noun \ˈsən\
: a male child
the Son : the second person of the Trinity in the Christian religion : Jesus Christ
Full Definition of SON
1a : a human male offspring especially of human beings
b : a male adopted child
c : a human male descendant
2capitalized : the second person of the Trinity
3: a person closely associated with or deriving from a formative agent (as a nation, school, or race) — son·hood \-ˌhu̇d\ noun
Examples of SON
She gave birth to a son.
They have two sons and a daughter.
He is the son of a lawyer and a doctor.
the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit
Origin of SON
Middle English sone, from Old English sunu; akin to Old High German sun son, Greek hyios
First Known Use: before 12th century
KEEP IN MIND:
John chapter one….and the “WORD” became flesh therefore we are of the fleshly word being of Thy Creator. (Ref. Author)