The Temple of God

The priests then withdrew from the Holy Place.
All the priests who were there had consecrated themselves,
regardless of their divisions. 
All the Levites who were musicians—
Asaph, Heman, Jeduthun and their sons and relatives—
stood on the east side of the altar,
dressed in fine linen
and playing cymbals, harps and lyres.
They were accompanied by 120 priests sounding trumpets. 
The trumpeters and musicians joined in unison
to give praise and thanks to the Lord.
Accompanied by trumpets, cymbals and other instruments, 
the singers raised their voices in praise to the Lord and sang:
“He is good! his love endures forever!”
Then the temple of the Lord was filled with the cloud, 
and the priests could not perform their service because of the cloud, 
for the glory of the Lord filled the Temple of God.

2 Chronicles 5:11-14

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4 thoughts on “The Temple of God

  1. Andy, I think that you entered the “Holy of Holies” when you cried out to God for help and He heard you and here you are. I think that we can go there whenever we want, we have access through His blood. I have this image of God just waiting there with open arms, yearning for us to draw close. That can be hard to do when we believe the lie the we are not worthy.

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  2. Well, I don’t really think the post had to do with my “reaching out” in any way. But whatever you guys see in it, that is important to you, this is good. I was just impressed with the way all those different musical instruments came together and created such a glorious uproar, the priests couldn’t even stand to minister in the temple. Says a lot about the power of music, if you ask me.

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