The Shekinah Glory

Xulon Press, 2007 - 108 pages
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Some times the Shekinah Glory is mentioned in Bible study books, or theological works. It is referred to as the "Glory Cloud" that covered the Ark and the Tabernacle. This study of the Shekinah Glory of God begins in Genesis and continues through to the book of Revelation. From the beginning of the Bible to the end, the Shekinah Glory is manifested. The reader will be impressed at the last revelation of the Shekinah when he sees how much God the Father loves His children whom He has redeemed through the cross of Christ. The Glory of the Shekinah is seen coming down from heaven to dwell with His children on earth for ever. This manifestation of the Father is a new teaching to many Bible students. It is the prayer of the author that this book will be able to bring glory and praise to God. Amen! The author of this book did not take the well traveled road. He came out of the slums of south Baltimore. He started studying the Bible when he was a teenager and the Bible has been his life's work. He never finished high school and yet went to seminary first, and then attended college. He graduated summa cum laude, and first in the class from Nyack College, to get his Masters degree. He has been a pastor for many years. The Shekinah Glory was his seminary thesis. George Miller dedicates this book to his wife, Edwina, who asked him many times to publish his thesis. He has tried to simplify the subject so that beginners as well as the more mature theologians may enjoy this study and learn from it. May the Lord bless the reading of this book.

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The Shekinah Glory in the Old Testament
The Problem of the Person
What Is the Problem?
The Proofs
A Recap
The Plea
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