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The Temple

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Apostle Paul in 1 Cor. 3:6-20 explains how we are now the ark that houses the Spirit of God. "For we are the husbandry of the lord, a living vessel that should be unblemished to carry out the works of God." This is possible for Jesus Christ by doing the will of the father, laid a foundation of spiritual works in each of our hearts. A seed was sowed in the spirit, which yields fruit in our lives today. This chapter in the bible teaches the profitable works of sowing to the spirit, rather than the flesh, because the works of the spirit gives life but the works of the flesh are perishable. In verses 12&13 he alludes that when our works will be tried by fire, the works of the spirit will abide but the vain works of the flesh will be destroyed. (1 Cor. 3:16-17, 1 Peter 1:7). Our body is a tool in God's hand to carry out profitable works that would abide forever; but when the tool is corrupt, it is useless and would only yield perishable works that would be destroyed by Go…

The Creator's Nature is Gentle

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God’s nature as we know it, attracts every soul not just because He is our Creator, but also because even a soul that hasn’t discovered Him can find him in a meditative state – that quiet moment and environment with your deepest thought to discover anything. There is a nature we are yet to adopt from the Spirit of God: these attributes are in us, but lack balance to yield its effectiveness in our lives. Psalms 46:10 says “…be still and know that I am God.” Only a calm and vigilant soul will hear when the Spirit of God speaks, because our means of communicating with the Spirit of God is divine, graceful, honourable, humble, and is cloaked in integrity. A lousy soul cannot commune with the Spirit of God: because when you are joined with Him, you would have all the characters of the Spirit of God active in you. Galatians 5:22-23 KJV.
But the fruit of the Spirit is love, joy, peace, longsuffering, gentleness, goodness, faith,  [23] Meekness, temperance: against such there is no law.

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