Christians: Temples For The Living GodSeries: 2019 Daily Bible Reading: NT Letters
It has been suggested by some that the destruction of the temple in the sixth century BC brought about a new era in God's relationship with His people. In their minds, the absence of the literal temple could only result in God's presence no longer dwelling among His people. However, it seems that the Apostle Paul would disagree with such thoughts. This lesson considers what Paul says in three separate instances in his letters to the Corinthian Christians concerning their need to remember that they were the new temples of the living God. What does it mean that we, as Christians, are now the temples of God? What does this demand of us? Take a listen to hear answers to these important questions!