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In the New Testament, God’s presence is so direct that His Holy Spirit dwells within each believer. 1 Corinthians 3:16. This continues the work of Christ, whose own body was called “this temple” in John 2:19-21. But in Sinai, God was establishing the first meeting place, a special tent.
What do you think of Jesus? This is a very important question. Your answers to this question will be tested in different ways. If you have accepted Jesus as Savior and Lord, He will equip you for spiritual warfare, as illustrated in Ephesians 6:1-18. Are you prepared? Is Jesus with you?
Jesus has the only monument of its kind for us today—an empty tomb. But He does show His power personally as well. His visits to His disciples after resurrection point forward to the care that He shows for us today.
The Bible tells us that God has given to everyone a measure of faith. Everyone believes in something. Do you believe in God, but tremble as Satan does, or is your faith a rewarding faith? How did Thomas grow?
Does God want us to be joyful? Why did He put Adam in a garden? Why did He send the world a Savior? Because He does. But unfulfilled hopes can dampen our joy. What can we rejoice in? Can Jesus restore hope?