Bible Study Essay

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GOD. It is who God desires to live in; and this is the man or woman that is willing to obey and conform to I Am; God. The who is the creature of the Creator, God; and the who is also the temple that will house the Spirit of God, which is where God desires to make His abode and become one with you by being one in you.

God is His own dwelling place; hence He cannot and will not live outside of Himself. Understanding that God does not live anywhere except within Himself is one thing, but comprehending the vast revelation of it is more challenging; baffling one’s mind. God will not live anywhere but within Himself! Most people cannot relate to this, so they tend to subconsciously make God common in their mind. This act of denial I call: “spiritual delusion through man’s carnal conclusion.” It is here that man attempts to put God on his level. Man, thinking that God may have somehow originated from somewhere or was sustained outside of Himself is commonly categorizing. For one to say or think that God comes from somewhere is to confine our Creator to their realm of reality and/or the reality of what the unregenerate mind of man can conceive.

*The Bible states that “God is not a man”. This also indicates that His thoughts are not like the thoughts of man. One must realize that God would never restrict nor confine Himself to think on the level of man. If man is to understand who God is, he must be willing to submit and conform to God’s ordinance, and in so doing he will then begin to think on the Father’s level of thought. Note: this is only after the individual has willingly complied with the governmental order of the heavenly realm which God has ordained by the commandment of His Word.

In retrospect to the origin process of earthly creation, it is an established fact that natural substance comes into manifestation through the declaration of the spoken Word of God. Things that are present, germinated out of the spirit realm; even the very dust of the ground from which God made man. Through this predetermined declaration of Word actively creating, the entire universe and all things therein were made by it.

MAN, whom God formed from the very dust of the ground, was made in the image and likeness of God and was given dominion over all things upon the earth. Man; first Man Adam, who was given this dominion (the authority to occupy the pre-eminent position over the earth), was also yet created to be subjected to his CREATOR (GOD), obeying the governmental order of His command. What this means then is that even as Adam was required to keep the governmental order of God, we must also be compliant and obedient to all of the Lord’s commandments; for through this is your love for Him revealed.

It reads as declared by the Lord Jesus Christ in the gospel of John chapter 14 verse 15 “If ye love me, keep my commandments”. It further states in verses 23 and 24, “If a man love me, he will keep my words: and my Father will love him, and...

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