You probably already know that Cristiane and I began our Love Therapy meetings in the Temple of Solomon on August 28th. First, take a look at the following important points that we would like to share with you.
When we were given this great responsibility, an assurance grew within that God would provide us with the ability to fulfill this task. Whenever God gives us a mission, He also gives us a condition, which is the ability to accomplish it. This does not come from us, but from Him. This is why we have a calm conviction in us that He will accomplish extraordinary things through the Love Therapy in this extraordinary place.
After all, there is something special about the Temple of Solomon or is it just our imagination?
Crudely speaking, its structure is nothing more than stone, metal and cement. It was built by the hands of men. Just like King Solomon said when he started building the Temple: But who is able to build Him a temple, since heaven and the heaven of heavens cannot contain Him? 2 Chronicles 2.6
Despite its grandeur, the Temple of Solomon – or any other temple built by human hands – cannot contain God. Even so, take a look at what David said about the Temple:
“All this,” said David, “the Lord made me understand in writing, by His hand upon me, all the works of these plans.” 1 Chronicles 28.19
The plans he refers to were the blueprints of the Temple. God, Himself, gave David the details of how He wanted the Temple to be built and what should be in it. So the question is: if God does not dwell in Temples made by the hands of men, why did He give those plans to David, so his son Solomon could build the Temple for Him? Therefore, we can clearly see that God is not opposed to having a Temple built for Him. Instead, He was involved in the construction from the beginning, assuming the position of Architect.
God wanted every detail of the Temple, every wall, every space, every object, every utensil and the entire layout of that building to have a special meaning, a reason for being. Nothing would be merely for decoration.
The result is that everything in the Temple speaks. When you see it for the first time, from afar; when you walk through its doors; when you sit in the silence of the Sanctuary and contemplate the torn veil of the Holy of Holies… everything here speaks to you. It says things you’ve never heard before, in a way that you have never understood. And this is why people who visit the Temple of Solomon account such life-changing experiences.
God does not dwell in man-made temples; instead, He wants to dwell in man, in those who seek Him in His Temple.
If He was so careful to give the details of a Temple made of stone, which would later be destroyed, imagine the work He wants to do in you, His true Temple!
The Love Therapy in the Temple of Solomon will be the time and place where God will involve Himself in the construction (or reconstruction) of your life, your marriage and your family.
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