The Altar

“And he spake a parable unto them to this end, that men ought always to pray, and not to faint”

The powerful significance of the altar is founded upon the teachings from the Tabernacle in the Wilderness. The Lord spoke to His Servant Moses to put in place the Tabernacle and all that it was to represent.

The powerful truth of the altar has to do with the dwelling place (Psalm 91) which today is in us. The Bible says that our bodies are the temple of the indwelling of the Holy Ghost. Therefore, we are examples of the preference of God in us to represent His Kingdom (1John 1:12).

The purpose of this lesson pertains to the sacred place of the Most High God. In the tabernacle that Moses was instructed to prepare, the Holy of Holies was the most inner place of all. When we look at our lives as vessels available we see the similarities of the inner court to the Holy of Holies; as God’s dwelling place of communion at the altar.

The altar truly symbolizes the fervent relationship (1John 1) we have with God in this body (Roman 12:1-2).

Jesus said, “Men ought to always pray…” (Luke 18:1).

Now we see, so let your life be ONE lived by FAITH and be the altar of God on this earth for His GLORY!