Posted by: thaishin | April 15, 2016

The Spirit of God left the temple

Ezekiel 11

23 And the glory of the Lord went up from the midst of the city, and stood upon the mountain which is on the east side of the city.  -kjv

23 The glory of theLord went up from within the city and stopped above the mountain east of it.  -niv

23 The glory of theLord rose up from within the city and stood on the mountain east of the city.  -hcsb

Moody Radio openline question on April 9, 2016

Question:

The Jewish people believed that God was in the temple and the bible also teaches that the priests were constantly purified going into the holiest of holiest places and could die versus Babylonians and later Romans later walked into the temple and they trampled the temple and destroyed it and sold the temple relics and nothing happened to them. They were not confronted by the Spirit of God or killed or destroyed by doing something like that in a place that was so sacred.

Answer from Dr Michael Rydelnik:

One of the things we have to do is actually read what the text of scriptures say  happened before the Babylonians came in. One of the things that it says in the book of Ezekiel, it speaks of how the Spirit of God left the temple area. The point of it is in Ezekiel, it speaks of the Spirit of God raising up, going up above it and leaving east and going towards the Mount of Olives. After the Spirit of God left the temple, it returns only in the Messianic temple of the kingdom, what Ezekiel 43 talks about.

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  1. Events changed and so did the path of God.


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