The author is trying to answer the question of why we, the followers of Christ, are calling ourselves a Church, or a Temple? What are the consequences of being a Church? What obligations does it place on us? Answering these questions, the author concludes that the Church is the place of a powerful presence of God among His people. God's power, however, is full of humility. His power was most manifest on the cross. Although He was killed, His love proved greater than all the hatred directed at Him and greater than all the sins of the world. Today also Lord Jesus is powerful in a humble way. He does not promise to us that the Church will be a paradise of mutual love. He does promise, though, that He will fill my and your heart with His love, and that we will radiate this love to others, if we are truly open to His presence. The Kingdom of God starts in the man's heart. If I am closed to it, I will not see it even where it truly exists and operates.
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