4 comments on “The Seat of Corruption

  1. What intrigues me is that we don’t really talk about the significance of the Temple that much today in light of Jesus–what you’ve said about all it meant to the Jewish people, all it represented, all it identified them as being. Which Jesus does for us today. Thanks for these wise words. It makes me think of how much I let Jesus truly identify me in the grander picture of who He is in light of all eternity.

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