As I started through my process of discovery and started to discuss this with an elder at the church I was attending at the time, he strongly encouraged me to put it in writing.
Omaha, Nebraska (PRWEB) January 30, 2014
A major theme in Christian religion is the Temple of God but what if we have been the temple all along?
Through his new book, Dr. H. Dele Davies shares his belief that human beings are God’s temple and the Holy Spirit lives within each of us. According to Davies, God was thinking of us when he designed the original Jewish Tabernacle and Temple that served as his residence.
According to Davies, an accomplished physician and scientist, God’s love for humanity is eternal and he desires to draw close to anyone who seeks and truly desires to have a relationship with him. Throughout the book, Davies describes how human beings have always been the desired abode of God, designed along the same pattern as the Tabernacle and Temple. Giving a detailed but clear and simply description of the Tabernacle and Temple, Davies lays out the symbolism between these residences and human beings in a practical manner.
“As I started through my process of discovery and started to discuss this with an elder at the church I was attending at the time, he strongly encouraged me to put it in writing,” says Davies. “Thus began an eight-year journey of love that involved prayer, research and inspiration.”
It is Davies’ hope that, through the book, Christians will grow in faith.
“My supreme goal is to ensure that every Christian or seeker in the world has an opportunity to meditate on and digest the contents of this book for spiritual growth and edification,” says Davies.
The Real House of God
By H. Dele Davies, MD
Available at Amazon.com and BarnesAndNoble.com
About the author
H. Dele Davies, MD, is a Christian leader, physician, scientist and Sunday School teacher who believes in the compatibility of science and spirituality. Raised in Nigeria, England and Canada, Davies currently lives and works in Omaha, Nebraska in the United States. Davies and his wife Arike are parents to three children.