1 Corinthians 6:19, “Or do you not know that your body is the temple of the Holy Spirit who is in you, whom you have from God, and you are not your own?” And Peter in 1 Peter 2:5 (Mirror Bible) says, “Likewise, you yourselves are living stones and are co-constructed, and seamlessly joined into a spiritual house; you are a priestly people separated to offer spiritual sacrifices, reflecting God’s total approval of Jesus Christ. Everything that was prophetically mirrored in the shadow tabernacle of Israel, has`finally found its relevance in Jesus Christ; he fully unveils the real deal; the temple, the priestly-order and the people are all one in him.”
Surely, if the Spirit of God is dwelling (tabernacling) in us as His Holy Sanctuary, then it should be imperative that we understand how this vessel of clay was predestined to fully encompass its role as a symbiotic host. The scriptures describe many various temples or tabernacles, so the question arises, “Is there a significance relating to which tabernacle or temple: Tabernacle of Moses, Tabernacles of David, Temple of Solomon, Temple of Nehemiah, Temple of Herod, Ezekiel’s?” Consider . . . . .