That is what so many of us experienced at our Friday Night Worship and Dedication. This is what so many of us experience week after week.
This past week, I read and taught through a number of passages about PLACE.
Jacob wrestled with the angel of the Lord and called that place Peniel, because he saw the face of God there.
Moses found himself facing a burning bush and hearing the voice of God speak to him, telling him that the place where he was standing was holy ground (Exodus 3:1-6).
When Solomon dedicated the temple in Jerusalem he wondered if the God whom the heavens cannot contain would actually dwell in that temple/place (2 Chronicles 6:18-21). But that is exactly what God did in spectacular fashion (2 Chronicles 7:1-3).
That is what we experience at Living Word. God is in this place.
And we spent the last year expanding and renovating our place.
A place is a setting, a location, an environment, and a habitat. The place called Living Word is 44 …