Temple Of God Made Without Hands  -     By: James Wuthrich
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Creation House / 2006 / Paperback

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Format: Paperback
Number of Pages: 288
Vendor: Creation House
Publication Date: 2006
Dimensions: 8.5 X 5.5 (inches)
ISBN: 1591858917
ISBN-13: 9781591858911

Publisher's Description

With each page comes a new and exciting truth about the Bible. He explains with clarity the Old Testament practices and procedures that the people of Israel had to perform in order to have a relationship with God, and how they apply to us today. Then shows how the ministry of Christ prepared the way for us to come to God by perfecting our faith in Him through the sacrifice of His own body. Finally, Wuthrich explains how the Holy Spirit reveals His word to us through prayer.

Ideal for any Christian wanting to better understand how the pieces of the Bible fit together, and how they apply to their lives today, Temple of God Made Without Hands is a accessible as it is informative.

About the Author:

James Wuthrich’s life dramatically changes when he was born again at the age of twenty. He ahs earned an associate’s degree in humanities at the University of Wisconsin-Rock City, a bachelor’s degree in science in education at the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater, and an associates degree in computer networking at Blackhawk Technical Institute in Janesville, Wisconsin. Wuthrich resides in Beloit, Wisconsin, where he has lived the majority of his life.

Author Bio

James Wuthrich earned an associate’s degree in humanities at the University of Wisconsin-Rock County, a bachelor’s degree in science in education at the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater, and an associate’s degree in computer networking at Blackhawk Technical Institute in Janesville, Wisconsin. His life was dramatically changed when he received Christ in his heart at the age of twenty. Wuthrich resides in Beloit, Wisconsin, where he has lived the majority of his life.

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Author: James R. Wuthrich
Located in: Wisconsin
Submitted: April 03, 2006

    Tell us a little about yourself.  This book speaks about the anointing and bridges the gap between the evangelicals and the charismatics, between the Baptists and the Pentecostals. There is one God, one tabernacle and one anointing that speaks to all denominations. I am a born again Christian and have spent as much time with the evangelicals as I have with the charismatics. This book successfully crosses the barrier between them, and calls all people to unity. It is time we concentrate on what we have in common, instead of on our differences. I have been seeking God for nearly 30 years and have spent about half that time writing this book.

    What was your motivation behind this project?  One day I decided to see what would happen if I spent large amounts of time in the word of God and prayer, if it would turn into nap time or if God would really meet with me as He promised in His word. God met me down by the river every time I went there, and He showed me things I didn't know before I prayed. Soon a theme emerged from my prayers, which is the theme of this book.

    What do you hope folks will gain from this project?  Have a personal guided tour through the old covenant temple as Christ leads you into prayer passed the outer court of animal sacrifices, through the holy place with its table of showbread and golden lampstand and into the holy of holies, the location of the golden altar of incense and the ark of the covenant. This book elucidates the rich symbolism of the high priest's dual ministry, who annually visited the most holy place with the blood of a bull, indicative of Christ's ministry of the cross, and foretold the subsequent ministry of the Royal Priesthood (the church) by the daily dressing of the altar of perpetual incense. All this and more the temple structure reveals through God's intended imagery. Dig deeper into the awe inspiring truths of the Bible and discover God's purpose for your life as delineated by the ancient Jewish temple. This book will not only prove that it is God's will for you to frequent the Holy of Holies through prayer, but it will also teach you how to pray according to God's specific design as seen through the ancient tabernacle. The Holy of Holies is the chamber of prayer. The Symbolism of the tabernacle holds the design of God's plan for the church in the last days and holds the key to our own walk with God.

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