Bible Study: Ezekiel 48 — February 25, 2024

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All this means that we enter His temple preeminently in worship, where he is spiritually and sacramentally present. And as the “Jerusalem above” (Ps 137:6; Gal 4:26) descends upon the pilgrim city below, momentarily erasing the boundaries of space and time, we participate in, but also empirically look forward to, the Day when the last enemy will have been destroyed (1 Cor 15:26,54), and we, with all the saints in glory already, will forever be “there,” where Yahweh is. “Amen. Come, Lord Jesus!” (Rev 22:20).