To whom God would like to make known how rich is the glory of this mystery among the Gentiles; who is Christ in you, the hope of glory (Colossians 1:27).
If you've ever been to Israel and the Old City of Jerusalem, you would have heard of or visited the Western Wall or the Western Wall. It is one of the most important historical sites for the Jewish people. While thousands of people of different nationalities flock to the Western Wall every year to savor this archaeological masterpiece, others go there religiously to say or recite prayers, hoping that their prayers will be answered. faster on this site.
Without a doubt, the Western Wall is an iconic religious site, but God is no more there than He is in you. Some are carried away by the idea that if they pray at, say, a “mountain of prayer,” a forest, or the Western Wall, God will hear them more. If this were true, Jesus would have taught about it; He would have asked us to pray at the Western Wall, but he did not.
The apostles would have said it too, but they didn't. In fact, Jesus said: * “… believe me, the hour is coming when you will not worship neither on this mountain nor in Jerusalem, the Father… But the hour is coming, and it is now, where the true ones worshipers will worship the Father. in spirit and in truth: for the Father seeks those who worship him ”(John 4: 21-23).
The inspiration and the blessing of the New Testament are in your heart; he is with you everywhere. The Spirit, through the Apostle Paul, reveals the truth about Christianity, the mystery that has been hidden for centuries and for generations. This mystery is * “Christ in you, the hope of glory” (Colossians 1: 26-27). * It is the vision of God; this is the reason for the New Testament. Everything you would need in life is in Christ, and Christ is in you; to have Christ is to have everything.
Now look into your heart, for that's where the whole answer is. Christ resides in your heart. You have already been blessed with all spiritual blessings in Christ (Ephesians 1: 3). The whole character and nature of the man Jesus, all that he represents - his life, his power, his wisdom , his majesty, his glory and his grace - are all tabernacled in you. It is the blessing of the New Testament. God be praised!
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