The devil doesn’t get a day.
Why do we need to go anywhere at all? Isn’t God everywhere? Can’t we just meet with Him anytime, anywhere?
What will it look like when it comes? What will it take to bring it?
Solomon’s Temple served as a focus point in three ways. It was a place where God’s presence came down. It was a place where our praises went up. It was also the place where God’s promise was made. (pt2)
God doesn’t always place us in the best of situations. Sometimes we might completely hate where God has placed us. Even as we pray for God to give us a love for it, we must also pray for endurance. Sometimes, He has us there for a reason and we have no right leaving.
On each and every door there is a statement written in blood…
“Have you been led astray, too?” the Pharisees mocked. “Is there a single one of us rulers or Pharisees who believes in him? This foolish crowd follows him, but they are ignorant of the law. God’s curse is on them!” (John 7:47-49) Read: 1 Kings 13:1 – 15:34, 2 Chronicles 11:18 – 14:15 Relate: I don’t know…