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3. Living Stones Now we arrive at the reality that we Finally, the building of Christ is con- too are living stones. " Here we a living stone and we are alive through tum primarily to I Peter and the rele- faith in Him, we are also living stones. 67Posted along the stone balustrade of the temple at regular intervals were stone sl~bs inscribed in Latin and Greek that forbade Gentiles, on the penalty of death, from entenng (see "Inscriptions," ISBE, 2:838, and "Temple," ISBE, 4:772. " A keystone is a "wedge-shaped piece at the crown of an arch that locks ~he other pieces in place" (Webster).
Now the limitations are totally done away as God lives and moves among His new people. The church as God's dwelling place is also described by Paul in 'Ephesians 2. There Paul speaks of the church as "the household of God, built upon the foundation of the apostles and prophets, Christ Jesus himself being the cornerstone . . in whom you also are built into it for a dwelling place of God in the Spirit" (vv. 38 The household of God consists not only of believing Jews but also of Gentiles ("in whom you also"); they together make up the new people of God, the church.
Do. But in Christ-to use again the the expression "living stone" exhibits imagery of cornerstone-they all come most clearly that He is no inanimate together. As chief cornerstone He is reality holding the building together but also "the head of the comer," the top is truly alive. s in whom believers, stone. Third, this same Christ, while whatever their nationality, social rejected by men, is choice and precious status, or gender, are one. in God's sight, and is the One to whom The church indeed is the building of we are invited to come.
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