Ezekiel 43 Do you meet with God each day? Is your meeting casual or reverent? When Ezekiel had his first vision, he was by the River Chebar, and there he fell on his face. In Ezekiel 43, he again falls on his face. When John saw the risen Christ, he too fell on his face.[Rev 1:17] Both show us we dare not be careless and lackadaisical as we spend time in His holy presence. The very presence of God should cause us to stop and consider who He is. He is holy; He is glorious; He is majestic.
When God’s Spirit left the temple, He hovered, but now He enters like the sound of a mighty waterfall, and the earth shone with his glory. Centuries later when the Spirit of God came upon the disciples, it was with the sound like a mighty rushing wind followed by the tongues of fire. [Acts 2]
When we accept Christ as Savior, He comes and abides within us “to convict the world–meaning you and me ––concerning sin and righteousness and judgment;” In addition, He will guide us into all truth…and he will declare to us things that are to come are to come. He will glorify [Jesus].” [Jn 16:12, 13,14].
Paul reminds us: “Do you not know that you are God’s temple and that God’s Spirit dwells in you? God’s temple is holy and you are that temple.” [1Cor 3:16, 17] As you meet with God, come as a little child in humble adoration.