Send Up A Praise (1 of 3)


The Temple of Israelite

“One of the things that we discovered in our studies [of] the church of Israel [is that] when they came to service, when they came into the temple, everybody came to their designated spots in the temple… It was segregated into different parts… And people of certain nationalities had certain worship spots. People of a certain gender had to worship in certain places. It was segregated. But when the service would get started, the priest would go up and they would light a sensor and they would go and the odor of sweetness and aroma would begin to fill the house. And that would signify “we’re getting ready to praise God.” And praises would go up before the Lord. At that time, it was all centered around the fragrance and the odor [of the sensor]…”

[To Be Continued…]

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Quotes from Adm. Asst. Marvin Sander’s

Pastor of Shiloh Temple COGIC

From the Sermon, “Living in the Center of the Will of Christ”

Preached September 11, 2011

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