Yes I seek my the true church the body of Jesus Christ the Christ in us
All churches that use houses of wood, stone, or things like this are just fleshly churches but I go to the church made of spirit which last for all times
Your false conception of the One and only True Church is dealt with thoroughly in the following link; knock yourself out: http://www.orthodoxinfo.com/inquirers/inq_church.aspx
I only have time to discuss one or two issues with you, and you deliberetely evaded dealing with the fact that according to Romans 8 the Spirit of Christ is equated with the Spirit of God according to the fact these expressions are used interchangeably. You also did not answer to the fact that by acknowledging that both "Spirits" possess the divine attribute of revelation, yet in the same breath maintaining that they are separate in existence and reality, that you have essentially affirmed two divinites, and hence you have fallen into polytheism.
But lets look at the bible
Matt 26:61ÃƒÆ’Ã¢â‚¬Å¡Ãƒâ€š And said, This fellow said, I am able to destroy the temple of God, and to build it in three days.
Which temple was Jesus Christ talking about the temple of his body
there you go Jesus Christ is the temple as are you and me if we have Christ in us
WRONG. The Bible does not make this equation. Christ is indeed the Temple of God, and we too may be considered temples of God, but definitely NOT in the same sense; to do so would be utter blasphemy, which is the very result of your attempt to oversimplify the matter through faulty logic and deceptive eisegesis according to your private interpretation.
If we look at the verses in which the individual or even the Church as a whole is identified as the temple of God, the context clearly indicates that this is by virtue of the fact that the Holy Spirit (the Spirit of God AND Christ) dwells in and works through the Church and the individuals which make up the Church. (see 1 Corinth. 3:16-17; 6:19)
On the other hand, Christ’s being the temple of God is a proof of His divinity — evidence of the very fact that He is God. As N.T Wright notes in his The Challenge of Jesus
, “The Temple was the greatest Jewish symbol, and Jesus was challenging it, claiming authority over it, claiming for Himself and His mission the central place the Temple had occupiedÃƒÆ’Ã‚Â¢ÃƒÂ¢Ã¢â‚¬Å¡Ã‚Â¬Ãƒâ€šÃ‚Â¦just as the Temple pointed to the sacrificial meeting of the Covenant God and his people, the sign of forgiveness and hope, of God dwelling in their midst as the God of covenant renewal, covenant steadfastness, and covenant love, so now too JesusÃƒÆ’Ã‚Â¢ÃƒÂ¢Ã¢â‚¬Å¡Ã‚Â¬Ãƒâ€šÃ‚Â¦was claiming that here, in his own work, in his own person, all that the temple had stood for was being summoned up in a new and final way
One of the indications that Wright mentions, is seen in St John the Apostle’s description of the Incarnation in John 1:14; allow me to paste a brief, incomplete (yet sufficient for this purpose), commentary that I had written of this verse, in which we see the Apostle drawing an implicit yet clear connection between God’s dwelling in the midst of His people via the Temple, and God’s dwelling in the midst of His people via The Incarnation or en-fleshment of His eternally divine Word:
John 1:14 And the Word was made flesh, and dwelt among us, (and we beheld his glory, the glory as of the only begotten of the Father,) full of grace and truth.
The Word becomes flesh, however without ceasing to be God — which is the "mystery of Godliness" (1 Timothy 3:16). He assumed a complete and perfect human nature that is consubtantial with mankind; this includes both a physical body and rational soul. In the Old Testament, God’s divine glory/presence dwelt or tabernacled in the temple — here Christ’s body is the temple in which the “the fullness of deity dwells”, and thus the divine glory amidst humanity through the Incarnation. The glory of The Word which the Apostles beheld was the manifestation of the very presence of God
, shown in His words and deeds (2:11), and more fully beheld in His transfiguration and Holy Resurrection. The Son is eternally born of the Father; He has no beginning, but rather has His source in the Father. He is the “only” begotten, for no other is born of the Father in this manner, and thus He is consubstantial with His source, possessing the same divine Essence. (The Holy Spirit exists eternally from the Father through another mystery called “procession”).There is something important to note however concerning the expression used in verse 14 translated, “dwelt among us” or “made His dwelling among us” - and that is, it literally means “lived in a tent.” The imagery St John is trying to convey here, is that God pitched His tent among us and temporarily settled in our midst through Jesus the Messiah.
Examining this in more depth, we discover that when Solomon dedicated the Temple of the Lord, he said “The Lord has said that he would dwell in a dark cloud; I have built a magnificent temple for you, a place for you to dwell forever.” (2 Chronicles 6:1-2). Understanding the limitations of such a building, Solomon then says: “But will God really dwell on earth with men? The heavens, even the highest heavens, cannot contain you. How much less this temple (In Hebrew, the temple is often referred to as a “house”) I have built!” (2 Chron. 6:18). Nonetheless, despite his inability to comprehend the ways of the Lord, He knew that this was the promise God had given to Israel through Moses: “Then have them make a sanctuary for me, and I will dwell among them” (Exod. 25:
The God whom the heavens and the earth could not contain would dwell in the midst of His people in the Tabernacle (literally an elaborate tent) and Temple. Furthermore, He would do this by “pitching His tent” among them. This is exactly how the Septuagint expressed 2 Chronicles 6:1-2, by translating the word dwell with the Greek verb “to pitch a tent”, exactly as it is said in John 1:14. In this sense, Christ becomes the replacement of the ancient Tabernacle, The divine, being present in a very real sense, without diminishing God's omnipresence, the Glory of God filling and being manifested through both the ancient tabernacle and temple, as well as Christ Jesus in the last days.
I just share but its up to you if you use what I share or not
God has allowed you to expose your errors so that you may be admonished and rectified according to the standards of the eternal Orthodox truth which has been revealed to and preserved by the Orthodox Church for over 2 millennium. It is up to you to wake up, and to understand that it is the Holy Orthodox Church which has been entrusted with the exegesis of the Scriptures; it is not up to your own individual wishful thinking.