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Our Innermost Being, Reflecting the Glory of God Matthew Bonadurer

Our Innermost Being, Reflecting the Glory of God

Matthew Bonadurer

Published July 18th 2014
ISBN : 9781581695427
Paperback
172 pages
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Atoms, molecules, DNA-we understand a great deal about our physical make-up, why is it that our spiritual nature seems to be such a mystery? He who believes in Me, as the Scripture said, From his innermost being will flow rivers of living water.MoreAtoms, molecules, DNA-we understand a great deal about our physical make-up, why is it that our spiritual nature seems to be such a mystery? He who believes in Me, as the Scripture said, From his innermost being will flow rivers of living water. But this He spoke of the Spirit, whom those who believed in Him were to receive- for the Spirit was not yet given, because Jesus was not yet glorified (John 7:38-39 NASB). There is a divine design within our physical bodies. This internal nature is what defines our character and establishes our individuality and personality. Our core being is unseen by the natural eye, but it is instrumental in how we conduct our everyday lives. The inner person of the heart is precious in the eyes of God. By understanding our inner parts, we can better understand what the Word of God is saying to us. The very same power that raised Christ from the dead can dwell within our bodies when the Spirit of God connects Himself to our innermost being. This connection is priceless and vital to our being able to reflect the glory of God! Matthew Bonadurer has been married to his wife Karen for over nine years and they have three wonderful children together. He has been a professional front-of-house sound engineer and has traveled with the Jeremiah People and the Continental Singers. Matthew has assisted in planting churches and has traveled overseas many times to spread the love of Christ. His heart is to see the Church increase in the Power of God. He understands that change, re-arrangement and rejuvenation are only possible with the presence of God