Holy Places — Intentional Faith

There’s something awe-inspiring about holy places. Moses was told to take off his shoes; he was standing on holy ground. The Jerusalem temple was holy; only by passing the altar of sacrifice could one approach. And then, inside the temple, beyond its outer room, was the holiest place of all—the holy of holies. There only […]

Holy Places — Intentional Faith

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