On Sunday we'll be looking at how the Temple functioned religiously for Jews in the Old Testament period. We'll also be examining how God's presence was available to believers in both the Old and New Testament periods.
The Temple was important because it came to be the place where God lived, where his presence was available to the Israelites. But when the Temple was destroyed, God left (Ezekiel 10).
How is God's presence available to us today?
Well, God doesn't live in a building anymore (as much as we would like him to).
He doesn't live in a building anymore because...
He lives in you!
Sermon Notes: The Temple and God's Presence