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The presence of Christ, the glory of the temple

Joseph Lathrop

The presence of Christ, the glory of the temple

a sermon, delivered at the dedication of the new church of the First Parish in West-Springfield, June 24th, 1802, which day completed one hundred years from the erection of the first church

by Joseph Lathrop

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Published by Printed by Ashley & Brewer in Springfield [Mass.] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Church dedication sermons,
  • Sermons, American

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Joseph Lathrop
    SeriesSelected Americana from Sabin"s Dictionary of books relating to America, from its discovery to the present time -- 19166
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination14 p
    Number of Pages14
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14992984M

    🎶 🎵 O the glory of Your presence We Your temple give You rev'rence Come and rise from Your rest And be blessed by our praise As we glory in Your embrace As Your presence now fills this place.. 🎶 🎵 • Video courtesy of City Harvest Church. And just as the Cloud filled the Tabernacle and Temple of the Old Testament, so Christ’s presence will fill His Church at His return. As Isaiah the prophet declared, the day will come when His glory will be like a canopy over Zion; for the Lord will come and rest on the whole stretch of Mount Zion, and on those who are gathered there.

      The God Who Is Holy (Part 6 of 6) The Presence of God is Everything! Exodus 33 “The Lord said to Moses, “Depart; go up from here, you and the people whom you have brought up out of the land of Egypt, to the land of which I swore to Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob, saying, ‘To your offspring I will give it.’I will send an angel before you, and I will drive out the Canaanites, . Jesus Decem - "Many times you find yourself involved in circumstances beyond what you consider to be under your control. But there is no circumstance in the Earth you cannot change or right. For you have within your Heart the open door to the Christ, your own Christhood.".

    The Temple and its services form, so to speak, part of the life and work of Jesus Christ; part also of His teaching, and of that of His apostles. What connects itself so closely with Him must be of deepest interest. We want to be able, as it were, to enter Jerusalem in His train, along with those who on that Palm-Sunday cried, ‘Hosanna to theFile Size: KB. There is so much more to truly worshiping Jesus than church services and personal devotions. True worship requires complete commitment of emotions, intellect and will--and our reward is great. Carroll directs us into the presence of Christ by drawing on Scripture, especially the book of Revelation, and by giving practical steps of personal worship.5/5(2).


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The presence of Christ, the glory of the temple by Joseph Lathrop Download PDF EPUB FB2

Likewise, Ezekiel spoke much of God's Glory at the Temple: "Then the glory of the Lord went up from the cherub to the threshold of the temple, and the temple was filled with the cloud and the court was filled with the brightness of the glory of the Lord," (Ezekiel ).

And ultimately testified that God's Glory had left the Temple and that it. Christ And Heaven The Temple In Heaven reality The Presence Of God Copies Of Altars Antitypes Atonement, in NT Advocates Sanctuary Jesus Christ, Love Of Christ, The High Priest For Christ did not enter a holy place made with hands, a mere copy of the true one, but into heaven itself, now to appear in the presence of God for us.

At the heart of the idea of a Temple is the abiding presence of God. Although God is omnipresent, He has chosen to manifest His presence in certain locations and at certain times within history.

This physical manifestation of God has come to be called the Shekinah. the Shechinah Glory is the visible manifestation of the presence of God.

The Stone and the Glory: Lessons on the Temple Presence and the Glory of God (The Glory Books Book 3) - Kindle edition by Harris, Greg. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets.

Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading The Stone and the Glory: Lessons on the Temple Presence and the Glory of 5/5(6). A. Simpson wrote (Christ in the Tabernacle [Christian Publications], pp. ), The Tabernacle is the grandest of all the Old Testament types of Christ.

In its wonderful furniture, priesthood, and worship, we see, with a vividness that we find nowhere else, the glory and grace of Jesus, and the privileges of His redeemed people.

Christ Glory Ministries INC. K likes. Spreading the Good News of the kingdom of God, visit our website for free music and sermonFollowers: K. The journey begins with Abraham on his way to Canaan; it continues with the Israelites wandering toward the Promised Land; it includes the glorious Temple, as well as the life of Christ in the days before His passion; it chronicles the stone prophecies in the book of Acts; and it culminates with Messiah s return in glory.5/5(7).

So we as a living temple must adjust the whole life of our prayer group or church family around the presence of Christ in our midst. A NEW kind of Community When Christ comes to church He comes as our Head to claim us as His body, which is a. The term “presence” in English versions of the Old Testament is usually a translation of the Hebrew word literally means “face,” as in one’s visage, but its usage has a broader sense.

For example, “pānîm was used in reference to entering or leaving the presence of a king or a superior” or, by extension, the presence of the Lord. Jesus is the temple; He was the divine glorious presence of God in his physical person. But Jesus did not stay in that mode forever.

In JohnJesus said that it was better that He go (a reference to his coming death, resurrection, and ascension), so that the “advocate” would come, that is, “the Spirit.”. The global display of God’s glory, lost at the fall, will be recovered when God restores his temple-presence among his people.

In Christ, who extends mercy to both Jew and Gentile, this international restoration comes to fruition (Matt. ; Luke ). God’s mighty sovereignty over all. The glory that God—Jesus Christ—says that we can have now is for this overriding purpose of letting others know that Jesus is the Christ, and that these things have been done for a purpose, and that people who see our glory—the glory that God gives us—will be able to directly look through us and see Christ and the work that He did.

God’s “glory” was used to refer to God’s holy presence that filled the Temple. Exodus The glory of the Lord fills the Holy of Holies. The God of the universe dwells with Israel.

Ezekiel Ezekiel has a vision wherein the glory of the Lord departs from the Temple because of Israel’s wickedness and disobedience. Get this from a library. The presence of Christ, the glory of the temple: a sermon, delivered at the new church of the first parish in West Springfield, June 24th,which day completed one hundred years from the erection of the First Church.

[Joseph Lathrop]. Introduction There are many reasons why this final chapter of the Book of Exodus is worthy of our study. In the first place, this chapter is the conclusion, the climax, of the Book of Exodus.

For the Israelites there is the excitement of setting up the tabernacle for the very first time. Preparations and construction of the tabernacle have taken approximately six months.

The earliest shadow of the Sacrament of Christ's Body and Blood was Abel, the younger son of Adam and Eve. Cain murdered the good shepherd Abel.

The Lord told Cain, Gn "The voice of your brother's blood is crying to Me from the ground." The Book of Hebrews reminds us of, Heb " [Christ's] sprinkled Blood that speaks more graciously. We will now consider several of the key passages of Ezekiel, centering our attention upon the reflections of Christ that occur throughout the book.

EZEKIEL'S COMMISSION In vision, the prophet saw the cherubim, who ''had the likeness of a man'' (v.5). Each had four faces: the face of a lion, an ox, a man, and an eagle.

The presence of Christ in the Eucharist now awaits a welcome by the believer’s reception of communion: it should not be considered in isolation from this purpose. Catholics continue the practice of the early Church in reserving communion from the Eucharistic celebration for those absent from the celebration due to illness.

Ezekiel saw the same chariot-throne that he wrote about in chapter 1 of his book, only this time the chariot was parked outside the temple (–3). The glory of God left His place above the cherubim of the ark in the Holy of Holies and exited the.

Ezekiel 43 English Standard Version (ESV) The Glory of the Lord Fills the Temple. 43 Then he led me to the gate, the gate facing east. 2 And behold, the glory of the God of Israel was coming from the east. And the sound of his coming was like the sound of many waters, and the earth shone with his glory.

3 And the vision I saw was just like the vision that I had seen when he [] came to. Sin devastates God’s image-bearers, whom he made to reflect his glory. The Bible describes sin as a “falling short.” Thus, sin is a failure to keep God’s law (1 John ), an absence of his righteousness (Romans ), a lack of reverence for God (Jude 15), and, most notably, a falling “short of the glory of God” (Romans ).And grace in all its fullness is part of the glory that is manifested in the incarnation-temple, as the glory resides now among men, not in a tent or in a temple but in a person.

What the people of God under the old covenant saw dimly, we perceive clearly: the glory of the Lord is among men.It was in the days of Jesus that the glory of the Lord (John John ) returned to His Temple (Mtt. Mat. ; Mat. ), yet once again sin resulted in the departure of the glory—as Jesus left the Temple for the Mount of Olives, retracing the steps of the departure of the glory in Ezekiel’s day (Mtt.

Mat. ; Mtt.