Sometimes the important analogies presented in the Bible are so frequently echoed in our worship, our prayers, and even our conversations, that God’s intended meaning gets lost in our minds somewhere along…
It’s not a word we use in everyday conversations. And though “justification” may sound like an obscure word, it has profound implications. Today on Focal Point, Mike Fabarez shares the biblical definition of justification and how it impacts your life in dynamic ways.
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The construction of the temple in Jerusalem begins. Interestingly, this was not to be a “loud and noisy” affair (1Kgs.6:7). The decorum and solemnity of this building were to be evident even on the job site. Let us recognize, as the New Testament teaches, that God’s Spirit no longer wants people to see his abode in a building, but rather in the lives of the followers of Christ.