At the heart of the idea of a Temple is the abiding presence of God. Although God is omnipresent, He has chosen to manifest His presence in certain locations and at certain times within history. This physical manifestation of God has come to be called the Shekinah.The Shechinah Glory is the visible manifestation of the presence of God. It is the majestic presence or manifestation of God in which He descends to dwell among men. Whenever the invisible God becomes visible, and whenever the omnipresence of God is localized, this is the Shechinah Glory. The usual title found in Scriptures for the Shechinah Glory is the glory of Jehovah, or the glory of the Lord. The Hebrew form is Kvod Adonai, which means ‘the glory of Jehovah’ and describes what the Shechinah Glory is.Ezekiel 9:3Then the Shekinah] glory and brilliance of the God of Israel (the cloud)went up from the cherubim on which it had rested, to [stand above] the threshold of the [Lord’s] temple.2 Chron7The Shekinah Glory7 When Solomon had finished praying,fire came down from heaven and consumed the burnt offering and the sacrifices, and the Shekinah glory and brilliance of the Lord filled the house.The priests could not enter the house of the Lord because the glory andbrilliance of the Lord had filled the Lord’s house.When all the people of Israel saw how the fire came down and saw the glory and brilliance of the Lord upon the house, they bowed down on the stone pavement with their faces to the ground, and they worshiped and praised theLord, saying, “For He is good, for His mercy and lovingkindness endure forever.”
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