When the New Covenant believer-priests understand what is available to them in the "dispensation of the grace of God" only then can they understand the stewardship responsibilities of this overwhelming privilege.
Great Sermon! Anna!
The word shekhinah is not present in the Bible, and is first encountered in the rabbinic literature. The Semitic root from which shekhinah is derived, Ň°-k-n, means "to settle, inhabit, or dwell". In the verb form, it is often used to refer to the dwelling of a person or animal in a place, or to the dwelling of God. The word is used of God's presence in the plillar of cloud by day and the pillar of fire by night.
Great Sermon! Very good sermon until you mentioned Shakayna, where in the Bible is she??