To worship God in truth, we go to the Upper Room. The Upper Room of Jesus’ Passover formed the Church of God. How did this come to pass?
Maybe, in some primordial arbor of trees, in the morning before Adam and Eve sinned, a simple altar stood. Our First Parents could have offered God a worthy sacrifice there and worshiped Him in friendship.
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Among the pagan people who surrounded the ancient Israelites, it was customary to build temples on high places so that, at dawn, the priests could face east and worship the sun.
The Temple in Jerusalem was built in such a way that in order to worship God at daybreak, the priests had to turn their backs to the rising sun in order to face the Holy of Holies.
The Creator has made a beautiful earth for us to live on. The least we can do is take care of it.
Without Christ, however, this planet would be nothing but a rock hurtling us toward doom.
Happy Earth Day! Praised be Jesus Christ now and forever!
In the Bible, the book of Genesis recounts the beginning—the beginning of the world, of the human race, and of the Chosen People of God.
The first eleven chapters of the book recall what happened before the Lord called Abraham to be the father of the holy nation.
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