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How Jewish and Gentile Christians celebrate Hanukkah

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You are God's Temple

You are God’s Temple

Born-again believers in Jesus Christ [Messiah], whether of Jewish or gentile origin (it matters not since we are now “one in Christ”) celebrate Hanukkah each year with a different meaning. Hanukkah is more than lighting candles, giving gifts, and enjoying a special dinner with family and friends. It’s about re-dedicating your life and body, the temple of the Holy Spirit, to serving Jesus Christ [Messiah] for another year with renewed faith, love and devotion.

”What? Don’t you know that your body is the temple of the Holy Spirit which is in you, which you have of God, and you are not your own? For you are bought with a price [The sacrifice of Jesus]. Therefore, glorify God in your body, and in your spirit, which belong to God.” – 1 Corinthians 6:19-20.


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comment_smComment from Pastor Luis Yosefus: “YOUR BODY IS THE TEMPLE OF THE HOLY SPIRIT. One of the historical themes of Hanukkah is the cleansing of the temple. It should remind us that our bodies should be cleansed daily of any spiritual defilement because we are the personal dwelling place of the Holy Spirit, one of the members of the Triune Godhead (God the Father, God the Son, and God the Holy Spirit). Because the Holy Spirit now lives in you, your body belongs to God. You are responsible to safeguard it from any defilement through immoral words, thoughts, desires, or deeds, lest you commit the sin of defiling the temple of God. www.RealJesus.net

Author: Luis Josephus

Luis Josephus is founder and director of 4JESUS OUTREACH, a non-sectarian (i.e. non-denominational) outreach dedicated to proclaiming the good news of Jesus Christ. He is also an ordained Christian minister, pastor, and author of several books. For more inspirational messages and biblical resources, visit our website at: www.4JesusOutreach.com

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