sermonette: Seeking A New Home


Clyde Finklea
Given 15-Oct-19; Sermon #FT19-02s; 18 minutes

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The research of E. W. Bullinger compellingly suggests that our Savior was born on the first day of the Feast of Tabernacles, September 29, 4 B.C. As the ancient Israelites lived in booths during their trek through the wilderness to the Promised Land, so Jesus Christ "tabernacled" with us in a physical body, a metaphorical tent, preparing a permanent dwelling for His called-out ones when they enter the Kingdom of God in glorified spiritual bodies. We, along with Father Abraham, are seeking a permanent dwelling in God's Kingdom. In our on-going sanctification process, we are not yet home, but trudging along the way in our spiritual pilgrimage.














 


 
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