Series: Walking Where Jesus Walked
Title: "When God Moves In" - Part Four
"For we are the temple
of the living God."
2 Corinthians 6:16
How does Jesus move from being a stranger in our lives to becoming an intimate friend with whom we have an ongoing, authentic and raw relationship? This week, Hilary Price concludes the series on the Holy Land Tour by taking us back to the two disciples on the road to Emmaus and explaining different stages they went through in their relationship with Jesus that draws a parallel to His life as it will in our own lives when God moves in.
Christians often talk about the Christian life as knowing Jesus and making Him known. But there is another vital element, and that is to actually be known by Jesus, which calls for closeness where He moves from the outside to the inside by the indwelling of His Spirit. On the road to Emmaus, two disciples were heading home, thinking all their dreams had died along with Jesus on the cross. Away from the temple, the daylight is fading and darkness is closing in. With nothing else they could do, they might as well head home, but discouraged, defeated and grief stricken. There are times we might be heading home with nothing more we can do. Our hopes are gone; we feel the darkness closing in and are completely empty inside. Have we encountered the living Christ?
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