Building the Temple of God. pg. 20

Jeshurun (Yesh-oo-roon), it doesn’t easily roll off the tongue.

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Building the Temple of God. pg.18

The new covenant is God doing the doing so that He might have a people for Himself. He is changing our mind and our heart.

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Building the Temple of God. pg. 17

Who will you believe? Men who have studied God (theologians)? Or Men who knew Him: Abraham, Isaac, Jacob, Moses, and all of God’s prophets?

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Building the Temple of God. pg. 16

Gad. We have not discovered the “troop” that will tramp on them, but Moses tells us what their “triumph” will bring.

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Building the Temple of God. pg. 15

It is ironic that the descendants of Ishmael, the son who was not chosen by God, would be the ones to carry off Joseph, the son who was chosen.

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Building the Temple of God. pg. 14

God’s council was sought, His judgement was given, battles were fought and 25,000 men of Benjamin died in one day.

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Building the Temple of God. pg. 13

Understanding a message to someone else often makes it necessary to know what they have already experienced.

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Building the Temple of God. pg.7

So, Perez gets the scepter, but why was Zerah, his twin, Mentioned in Jesus’ genealogy? Judah’s other son, Shelah was not.

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Building the Temple of God. pg. 5

Jesus is building a living Temple for His Father. The souls of men will be God’s dwelling place.

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Building the Temple of God. pg.2

A covenant is a fancy word for a promise and God was promising land. Lots of land. A place for those of His choosing.

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