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Carleton's Daniel Chapter 3 comment about verse 23 on 3/14/2021, 7:21am...

The Temple of God

Daniel S. Warmer

1842-1895

Not in the temples made with hands, Tho' beautiful by art; But God in mercy condescends To dwell in my heart.

Oh glory to Jesus! so sweet in me; My body, Thy temple shall forever be.

How wonderful that He would take This poor abode of sin, And wash me in His precious blood, And now abide with-in!

Oh, glory to Jesus! so sweet in me; My body, Thy temple shall forever be.

No more I think of God afar, But see Thee Lord, with-in; Oh shine in me, Thou morning star, And keep Thy temple clean.

Oh, glory to Jesus! so sweet in me; My body, Thy temple shall forever be.

O Lord, en-shrine with-in my breast, My constant joy and peace; My soul can now forever rest, Secure in Thy em-brace.

Oh, glory to Jesus! so sweet in me; My body, Thy temple shall forever be.

 


Carleton's Daniel Chapter 3 comment about verse 23 on 3/13/2021, 7:07pm...

Hi, perhaps you were looking for the connection of Daniel and the ones in the fiery furnace. Daniel at one point purposed in his heart not to eat of the King's meat, the three in Daniel Chapter 3 were not part of the dream that Daniel revealed to the King which caused Daniel's separation by promotion from his friends who also did not eat of the King's meat. These friends faced their own purpose in God and were found faithful and protected by the one who appeared in likeness as the Son of God to the King. The King then, like Daniel promoted these men to greater responsibilities in his kingdom and honored the majesty of the Living God in these four friends.

Eating if the King's meat is a temptation offered by the world to be strong when it actually makes a Christian more pale.

 


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