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A Significant Dwelling Place

From the very beginning, our Temple has been a glorious throne for God. It is a very important place. (Jeremiah 17:12, ERV)

In the eyes of our loving God, our body belongs to Him alone. God views the human body as a significant place. He chose the human body to be His temple; the dwelling place of the Almighty God. It is here where He sets His throne and carry out His dominion. This decision was made right from the very beginning. It was His wilful act to do so. When God lives in our body, this physical and natural place encapsulates His being, power and glory. When any worthless or earthly objects come in contact with the divine, and extraordinary exchange takes place. Thus, turning the natural into the supernatural. An ordinary becomes extraordinary.

Among many benefits when our body is now His temple, He protects. Here is an earthly illustration when a country’s leader, especially prime minister or president of individual nations appear in public space, bodyguards will surround them. These highly qualified and specially appointed officials would do anything to protect their leaders. Yes, even to the point of taking on bullets! Likewise, the Almighty God jealously guards our body and life. The reason is, we are under the covenant with King Jesus!

When any worthless or earthly objects come in contact with the divine, and extraordinary exchange takes place. Thus, turning the natural into the supernatural. An ordinary becomes extraordinary.


Let us pray:

Dear God, I thank You for the new covenant made by the blood of Christ Jesus. Today, my body, soul, mind and spirit belong to You. I would do my best to take cares of it. As much as You had laid down Your life to protect my body, so must I. I pray for Your anointing power to rest upon me. I speak healing and restoration of the body, soul, mind and spirit over me. I want to experience divine exchange within me every day of my life. In Jesus’ name. Amen!


 

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