Did you know that you are God’s temple? Did you know that God’s Spirit lives in you? Did you know that if anyone destroys God’s temple, God will destroy him;
…for God’s temple is sacred, and you are that temple?
[1. Corinthians 3:16-17].
If you didn’t know this, I tell you that you actually are God’s temple, His precious one. I encourage you to let Him build the temple He likes in you, and you will never regret.
If you are not God’s temple, or to say it in another way, not saved for heaven, I encourage you to receive Jesus Christ and as your savior, God’s begotten Son, and receive the Holy Spirit who build the temple in you.
Let me write some verses from the scriptures who explain for you what kind of building you are and what decoration you will get: Continue reading Our inner Decoration
I’ve experienced a lot with God since I became saved, in fact I have experienced God even before I was saved too, but that will be another story.
Here I want to share an event that surpasses anything I have experienced with Him, when He cleared my heart totally and gave me a new landscape. This happened when I was alone in a room at the Prayer Center in Levanger Sept. 29, 2007, after a time of anxiety and depression, yes I was simply burned out of many things.
This event was sort of greater experience for me than the time when I was saved, or the time I said yes to Jesus. It may sound strange, when there was celebration in heaven, and angels blowing balloons and singing when I was saved. Yes, I joined the party at that time too and it was of course a day when all starts in a way.
I want this story to show that God reach you when you are alone, too. Show that it’s not depends on our performance that He loves us, but we can be allowed to be completely ourselves with all the shortcomings we have, come to God.
God’s presence was so powerful and it cleared up the channel that He want to use to reach me … and he wants to do it with you too.
Go on and read more!
Have you ever been suspicious and finally seen that there was not the way you thought it was? I think so. I hope this story can do something about us and what we do with our neighbor. I have been suspicious against others for no reason. But when the love came, the suspicion didn’t bite so deep anymore and I became free.
The story has a valuable lessons in itself. It teach that things are not always as we think it is, and is better to live a life without always being suspicious.
A small group of men was eating lunch at a private golf club. All, except one who was a guest, was members of the club. The guest was a friend with one of the members.
When they had finished their meal, drew one of them up a very rare coin out of his pocket that he had recently purchased. With excitement he glowed while he passed the coin around the table and every man admired the coin when they had it in their hand and hear the story behind it.
Continue reading Things Aren’t Always What They Seem