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In the old testament the Tabernacle and later, the Temple, was the dwelling place of the essence of God on earth. It was the center of Spiritual life. After Pentecost, our human bodies became theThe Temple where the Spirit "in dwells."

During the act of procreation, the male and female bodies are indeed conjoined as one, but this temporary union always ends with the death of the sperm and egg; unless a new beautiful human life is created. God's purposes are to bring life, not death. The new birth, is a lovely, unique human being created by the "union" of the mother & father's individual DNA. "Therefore the two become one." This beautiful and unique union cannot be denied by any one. Not the father, mother or the child, no matter how much they may wish is to be so. It cannot be undone nor torn apart.

But in God's Kingdom, thethis new birth ismeans much more than a new "human being." Jesus was begotten, not made. He exists through all time. But when a child is born, don't we believe a new "eternal being" is created at that moment? This is a life giving, eternal an act of co-creation with God, not a crude, temporary act of procreation between two worldly creatures. For the child is a new eternal being! And not only eternal, but an eternal being created in the image of God. And not just in God's image, but ultimately, becomes temple for The Holy Spirit. A sanctuary for God's presence on earth. The new place from which Spiritual life on this planet emanates. The Holy Spirit is to become that child's Advocate, Counselor, Comforter and Intercessor for the glory of God on earth and in the heavens...

In the old testament the Tabernacle and later, the Temple, was the dwelling place of the essence of God on earth. It was the center of Spiritual life. After Pentecost, our human bodies became the Temple where the Spirit "in dwells."

During the act of procreation, the male and female bodies are indeed conjoined as one, but this temporary union always ends with the death of the sperm and egg; unless a new beautiful human life is created. God's purposes are to bring life, not death. The new birth, is a lovely, unique human being created by the "union" of the mother & father's individual DNA. "Therefore the two become one." This beautiful and unique union cannot be denied by any one. Not the father, mother or the child, no matter how much they may wish is to be so. It cannot be undone nor torn apart.

But in God's Kingdom, the new birth is much more than a new "human being." Jesus was begotten, not made. He exists through all time. But when a child is born, don't we believe a new "eternal being" is created at that moment? This is a life giving, eternal an act of co-creation with God, not a crude, temporary act of procreation between two worldly creatures. For the child is a new eternal being! And not only eternal, but an eternal being created in the image of God. And not just in God's image, but ultimately, becomes temple for The Holy Spirit. A sanctuary for God's presence on earth. The new place from which Spiritual life on this planet emanates. The Holy Spirit is to become that child's Advocate, Counselor, Comforter and Intercessor for the glory of God on earth and in the heavens...

In the old testament the Tabernacle and later, the Temple, was the dwelling place of the essence of God on earth. It was the center of Spiritual life. After Pentecost, our human bodies became The Temple where the Spirit "in dwells."

During the act of procreation, the male and female bodies are indeed conjoined as one, but this temporary union always ends with the death of the sperm and egg; unless a new beautiful human life is created. God's purposes are to bring life, not death. The new birth, is a lovely, unique human being created by the "union" of the mother & father's individual DNA. "Therefore the two become one." This beautiful and unique union cannot be denied by any one. Not the father, mother or the child, no matter how much they may wish is to be so. It cannot be undone nor torn apart.

But in God's Kingdom, this new birth means much more than a new "human being." Jesus was begotten, not made. He exists through all time. But when a child is born, don't we believe a new "eternal being" is created at that moment? This is a life giving, eternal an act of co-creation with God, not a crude, temporary act of procreation between two worldly creatures. For the child is a new eternal being! And not only eternal, but an eternal being created in the image of God. And not just in God's image, but ultimately, becomes temple for The Holy Spirit. A sanctuary for God's presence on earth. The new place from which Spiritual life on this planet emanates. The Holy Spirit is to become that child's Advocate, Counselor, Comforter and Intercessor for the glory of God on earth and in the heavens...

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In the old testament the Tabernacle and later, the Temple, was the dwelling place of the essence of God on earth. It was the center of Spiritual life. After Pentecost, our human bodies became the Temple where the Spirit "in dwells."

During the act of procreation, the male and female bodies are indeed conjoined as one, but this temporary union always ends with the death of the sperm and egg; unless a new beautiful human life is created. God's purposes are to bring life, not death. The new birth, is a lovely, unique human being created by the "union" of the mother & father's individual DNA. "Therefore the two become one." This beautiful and unique union cannot be denied by any one. Not the father, mother or the child, no matter how much they may wish is to be so. It cannot be undone nor torn apart.

But in God's Kingdom, the new birth is much more than a new "human being." Jesus was begotten, not made. He exists through all time. But when a child is born, don't we believe a new "eternal being" is created at that moment? This is a life giving, eternal an act of co-creation with God, not a temporary, crude, temporary act of procreation between two worldly creatures. For the child is a new eternal being! And not only eternal, but an eternal being created in the image of God. And not just in God's image, but ultimately, becomes temple for The Holy Spirit. A sanctuary for God's presence on earth. The new place from which Spiritual life on this planet emanates. The Holy Spirit is to become that child's Advocate, Counselor, Comforter and Intercessor for the glory of God on earth and in the heavens...

In the old testament the Tabernacle and later, the Temple, was the dwelling place of the essence of God on earth. It was the center of Spiritual life. After Pentecost, our human bodies became the Temple where the Spirit "in dwells."

During the act of procreation, the male and female bodies are indeed conjoined as one, but this temporary union always ends with the death of the sperm and egg; unless a new beautiful human life is created. God's purposes are to bring life, not death. The new birth, is a lovely, unique human being created by the "union" of the mother & father's individual DNA. "Therefore the two become one." This beautiful and unique union cannot be denied by any one. Not the father, mother or the child, no matter how much they may wish is to be so. It cannot be undone nor torn apart.

But in God's Kingdom, the new birth is much more than a new "human being." Jesus was begotten, not made. He exists through all time. But when a child is born, don't we believe a new "eternal being" is created at that moment? This is a life giving, eternal an act of co-creation with God, not a temporary, crude act of procreation between two worldly creatures. For the child is a new eternal being! And not only eternal, but an eternal being created in the image of God. And not just in God's image, but ultimately, becomes temple for The Holy Spirit. A sanctuary for God's presence on earth. The new place from which Spiritual life on this planet emanates. The Holy Spirit is to become that child's Advocate, Counselor, Comforter and Intercessor for the glory of God on earth and in the heavens...

In the old testament the Tabernacle and later, the Temple, was the dwelling place of the essence of God on earth. It was the center of Spiritual life. After Pentecost, our human bodies became the Temple where the Spirit "in dwells."

During the act of procreation, the male and female bodies are indeed conjoined as one, but this temporary union always ends with the death of the sperm and egg; unless a new beautiful human life is created. God's purposes are to bring life, not death. The new birth, is a lovely, unique human being created by the "union" of the mother & father's individual DNA. "Therefore the two become one." This beautiful and unique union cannot be denied by any one. Not the father, mother or the child, no matter how much they may wish is to be so. It cannot be undone nor torn apart.

But in God's Kingdom, the new birth is much more than a new "human being." Jesus was begotten, not made. He exists through all time. But when a child is born, don't we believe a new "eternal being" is created at that moment? This is a life giving, eternal an act of co-creation with God, not a crude, temporary act of procreation between two worldly creatures. For the child is a new eternal being! And not only eternal, but an eternal being created in the image of God. And not just in God's image, but ultimately, becomes temple for The Holy Spirit. A sanctuary for God's presence on earth. The new place from which Spiritual life on this planet emanates. The Holy Spirit is to become that child's Advocate, Counselor, Comforter and Intercessor for the glory of God on earth and in the heavens...

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In the old testament the Tabernacle and later, the Temple, was the dwelling place of the essence of God on earth. It was the center of Spiritual life. After Pentecost, our human bodies become templebecame the Temple where the Spirit "in dwells."

During the act of procreation, the male and female bodies are indeed conjoined as one, but this temporary union always ends with the death of the sperm and egg; unless a new beautiful human life is created. God's purposes are to bring life, not death. The new birth, is a lovely, unique human being created by the "union" of the mother & father's individual DNA. "Therefore the two become one." This beautiful and unique union can notcannot be denied by any one. Not the father, mother or the child, no matter how much they may wish is to be so. It cannot be undone nor torn apart.

But in God's Kingdom, the new birth is much more than a new "human being." Jesus was begotten, not made. He exists through all time. But when a child is born, don't we believe a new "eternal being" is created at that moment? This is a life giving, eternal an act of co-creation with God, not a temporary, crude act of procreation between two worldly creatures. For the child is a new eternal being! And not only eternal, but an eternal being created in the image of God. And not just in God's image, but ultimately, becomes temple for The Holy Spirit. A sanctuary for God's presence on earth. The new place from which Spiritual life on this planet emanates. The Holy Spirit is to become that child's Advocate, Counselor, Comforter and Intercessor for the glory of God on earth and in the heavens...

In the old testament the Tabernacle and later, the Temple, was the dwelling place of the essence of God on earth. It was the center of Spiritual life. After Pentecost, our human bodies become temple where the Spirit "in dwells."

During the act of procreation, the male and female bodies are indeed conjoined as one, but this temporary union always ends with the death of the sperm and egg; unless a new beautiful human life is created. God's purposes are to bring life, not death. The new birth, is a lovely, unique human being created by the "union" of the mother & father's individual DNA. "Therefore the two become one." This union can not be denied by the father, mother or the child, no matter how much they may wish is to be so. It cannot be undone nor torn apart.

But in God's Kingdom, the new birth is much more than a new "human being." Jesus was begotten, not made. He exists through all time. But when a child is born, don't we believe a new "eternal being" is created at that moment? This is a life giving, eternal an act of co-creation with God, not a temporary, crude act of procreation between two worldly creatures. For the child is a new eternal being! And not only eternal, but an eternal being created in the image of God. And not just in God's image, but ultimately, becomes temple for The Holy Spirit. A sanctuary for God's presence on earth. The new place from which Spiritual life on this planet emanates. The Holy Spirit is to become that child's Advocate, Counselor, Comforter and Intercessor for the glory of God on earth and in the heavens...

In the old testament the Tabernacle and later, the Temple, was the dwelling place of the essence of God on earth. It was the center of Spiritual life. After Pentecost, our human bodies became the Temple where the Spirit "in dwells."

During the act of procreation, the male and female bodies are indeed conjoined as one, but this temporary union always ends with the death of the sperm and egg; unless a new beautiful human life is created. God's purposes are to bring life, not death. The new birth, is a lovely, unique human being created by the "union" of the mother & father's individual DNA. "Therefore the two become one." This beautiful and unique union cannot be denied by any one. Not the father, mother or the child, no matter how much they may wish is to be so. It cannot be undone nor torn apart.

But in God's Kingdom, the new birth is much more than a new "human being." Jesus was begotten, not made. He exists through all time. But when a child is born, don't we believe a new "eternal being" is created at that moment? This is a life giving, eternal an act of co-creation with God, not a temporary, crude act of procreation between two worldly creatures. For the child is a new eternal being! And not only eternal, but an eternal being created in the image of God. And not just in God's image, but ultimately, becomes temple for The Holy Spirit. A sanctuary for God's presence on earth. The new place from which Spiritual life on this planet emanates. The Holy Spirit is to become that child's Advocate, Counselor, Comforter and Intercessor for the glory of God on earth and in the heavens...

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