A Surprise Revelation

A Surprise Revelation

We know from the scriptures that we are the temple are God. Do you believe that? Do you understand the things I’ve written about in terms of why a Christian cannot sin? If you see and understand that then you should also be able to see and understand another mystery.

YOUR body is called a tent, a house, and a temple. The temple was the holy place of God. Now, the Spirit of God no longer dwells in a physical temple. He dwells in your spirit which dwells in your body, tent, house, temple. Do you see this, understand it, and believe it?

Now, if you understand and truly believe why you cannot sin but that sin still dwells within the members of your temple then it can be said that “you see” (understand, believe). Do you understand and believe that this sin nature/entity is an abomination? If so, then hear the word of the Lord regarding the end of the age,

So when you see standing in the holy place ‘the abomination that causes desolation,’ spoken of through the prophet Daniel — let the reader understand– Matt 24:15-16 NIV

When you see…” In-other-words, when you understand and believe, NOT when you physically see something.

The abomination that causes desolation standing in the holy place…” You now understand that the sin nature/entity is an abomination and it stands (dwells) in your temple (body, that is, your flesh) and causes nothing but destruction.

…let the reader understand“. The things we are to understand do not pertain to the physical realm though they may have a physical component to them. Yes, I believe this was also a prophetic word regarding the destruction of Jerusalem around 70 AD. But the things that happen here on earth are also pictures of a greater spiritual reality, such as Israel coming out of Egypt and taking the promise land. While Jesus may be warning the Jews of some future physical event that will happen to Israel, there is also a greater spiritual reality to what is being said. To see this, I believe, is to begin to grow up from being a child to being mature (1 Cor 13:11-12); moving beyond what we see in the physical and seeing the greater spiritual reality/ramifications. Seek ye first the kingdom of God. Where does this kingdom dwell? The kingdom of God is in YOU (Luke 17:21)!