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The Temple / God With Us
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The Temple Theme: God With Us

The glory of God is the presence of God. When God is present His glory is present. God chose to create a place where He would dwell with His people; they in turn would dwell with Him and their joy would be full. The glory of God is manifested in different ways throughout history... in the Garden, Temple, Jesus, the Church, and more. This study will take a look at the various ways in which the Shekinah glory is revealed so that we might know Him.

11.12.14
An Introduction
11.19.14
Lesson 1: The Glory of God and the Garden
12.03.14 Lesson 2: The Glory of God and the Pillar of Cloud by Day and the Pillar of Fire by Night

Lesson 3: The Glory of God and the Tabernacle
12.10.14
Lesson 4: The Glory of God and the Temple
12.17.14 Lesson 5: The Glory of God and Promise

Lesson 6: The Glory of God and Jesus
01.14.15
Lesson 7: The Glory of God and the Church
01.21.15 Lesson 8: The Glory of God and the Heavenly Temple
Lesson 9: The Glory of God and the New Heaven and the New Earth





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Copyright © 2024 Patrick J. Griffiths
Pastor of Waukesha Bible Church
All material on this site, including all information, pictures, graphics, interfaces, audio, and text, as well as the organization and layout of the site, are the property of Patrick J. Griffiths and are protected by copyright laws. Material from this site may be reproduced and distributed if proper credit is attributed to the author. Under no circumstances should anyone claim any of the site's content as one's own work.