By W. D. Frazee
Long ago, while Moses was on Mount Sinai with God, he was instructed to build something very important.
“And let them make Me a sanctuary; that I may dwell among them.” Ex. 25:8.
The sanctuary was God’s house. What was God’s purpose in calling for the building of a sanctuary? So that He could live among His people.
This is relevant to us, too, 3,500 years later. There is still a sanctuary on earth. It is the sanctuary of your home.
Does God dwell in your house? Is your home God’s house? It’s meant to be. It can be.
Can you think of anything more wonderful than that? God at home in your house. That would include your being at home in having God in your house, wouldn’t it? Every room, every department of life?
Now, God’s great purpose is that we may know Him.
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Ellen G. White, Steps to Christ, p. 10.
White, Counsels for the Church, Pacific Press Publishing Assoc., 1991, p. 130.
Ibid., p. 132.