A post I pulled from Robert Torango's FB site, another Kingdom minister.....long, but worth the read. Blessings.....
THE HOUSE THAT GOD BUILT
Volume 2, Chapter 4
A Celebration of the Feast of Tabernacles
Our forefathers had the tent (tabernacle) of witness in the wilderness, even as He Who directed Moses to make it had ordered, according to the pattern and model he had seen. [Ex 25:9-40.]
Our forefathers in turn brought it [this tent of witness] in [with them into the land] with Joshua when they dispossessed the nations which God drove out before the face of our forefathers. [So it remained here] until the time of David, [Deut 32:49; Josh 3:14-17.]
Who found grace (favor and spiritual blessing) in the sight of God and prayed that he might be allowed to find a dwelling place for the God of Jacob. [2 Sam 7:8-16; Ps 132:1-5.]
But it was Solomon who built a house for Him. [1 Kings 6.]
However, the Most High does not dwell in houses and temples made with hands; as the prophet says, [Isa 66:1,2.]
Heaven [is] My throne, and earth the footstool for My feet. What [kind of] house can you build for Me, says the Lord, or what is the place in which I can rest?
Was it not My hand that made all these things? [Isa 66:1,2.] AMP
Now of the things which we have spoken this is the sum: We have such an high priest, who is set on the right hand of the throne of the Majesty in the heavens;
A minister of the sanctuary, and of the true tabernacle , which the Lord pitched, and not man. KJV
Who serve unto the example and shadow of heavenly things, as Moses was admonished of God when he was about to make the tabernacle : for, See, saith he, that thou make all things according to the pattern shewed to thee in the mount.
But Christ being come an high priest of good things to come, by a greater and more perfect tabernacle , not made with hands, that is to say, not of this building; KJV
And I heard a great voice out of heaven saying, Behold, the tabernacle of God is with men, and he will dwell with them, and they shall be his people, and God himself shall be with them, and be their God. KJV
The study of The House That God Built is, in all actuality, a study of the experience of the Feast of Tabernacles. From the singular moment in the Garden of Eden, when God had finalized all of His creative process of forming the universe and the inhabitants of the earth, He then proceeded to put His hand to the Center Piece of creation, mankind. In an astounding act of unfeigned love, God broke rank with His previous method of creating the worlds and all that is therein, for with these He spoke them into existence. But, with the creation of mankind, He performed an intimate forming of Adam with His own hands, lowering Himself into the earth, by which God lovingly humbled Himself to form a creature out of the very dust (earthly composition) of the ground, actually getting His hands dusty in the process.
Think about it! The prior days of creation were a formal speaking into existence, but with the creature called MAN, God mingled His creative substance with the earthly chemistry of elements and compounds and built a tabernacle of earth and water with the utmost care and concern to every microscopic detail. Then, in an even more devastating act of intimacy, He put His divine lips to the creatures mouth and breathed into this House His own spirit, indwelling this tent of cells and organs with His own essence, making man a "living soul."
No love story known to man can compare with this singular act of entwinement of God with mankind. When I say that God built man, I mean that God used the elements of the natural world and compounded them together to build Adam one cell at a time, until there stood before Him a tabernacle made up of over 100 Trillion cells, all interconnected with one another and committed to one another to form an organism of such unity and oneness that the host of heaven gasped over its symphonic symmetry.
Each part of this tabernacle lent its structure and function to the whole in such unyielding resolve that it moved as though it was only one part. In fact, this was a tabernacle made up of trillions of "tabernacles" which lived and functioned with such sameness of purpose and action that it did indeed exist as one whole and complete Tabernacle. In short, God formed an organism that was a living, breathing Feast of Tabernacles.
When God spoke to Moses and instructed him concerning the structure and function of the earthly Tabernacle, the "house of witness", He instructed Moses to "build" it in the same pattern as God built the first Tabernacle, Adam. This Tabernacle involved a structure with an outer wall of curtains which formed the outer court, then a smaller tent which comprised the Holy Place and within that structure a veiled partition which comprised the Holiest of Holies.
Three compartments of specific measurements which contained specific elements that would be used for the function of each compartment in particular, but with a continuity of function between all three compartments that connected them together, from the brazen altar in the outer court, to the candlestick and the shewbread table in the holy place, to the ark of the covenant inside the holiest of all.
The physical tabernacle of Moses represented the "pattern" of the cellular makeup of mankind, which foundationally is the human cell, the smallest unit of life. As the tabernacle of Moses had three compartments, so the human cell has three compartments. Not to be thought of as strange, since the same One that instructed Moses in the Mount concerning the pattern of the tabernacle in the wilderness, is the same Creator God that formed the human cell in building Adam.
So it is, that the human cell also has an outer wall, which comprises the outer court of the cell, known as the "cytoplasm". Then, in a startling illustration of similarity with the Tabernacle shown to Moses, there is found a second compartment which comprises the holy place of the cell, the Nucleus. Inside the Nucleus, there is a third compartment of the cell which comprises the "holiest of all" of the cell, the Nucleolus.
So, we find that mankind is made up of the exact pattern of cellular structure as the Tabernacle of Moses. HOWEVER, the cell is not patterned after the Tabernacle of Moses, but the cell is the original pattern from which Moses built the Tabernacle! Our study of the human cell and the complex organism that the cells form in our human body is a study that corresponds to the True Tabernacle, which no man could pitch, but it is the House that the living God has chosen to make His abode, the House of God.
YOU, my dear friends, are the very House of God! You are more than flesh and blood, a brain and a heart, you are the very dwelling place of the Most High Lord God, the residence of the Creator of all things. Oh my! Can you believe that? This is why the scriptures have been preserved through the ages to be handed down to this present generation. Only THIS generation could have possibly known of the existence of such a pattern of 3s between the Tabernacle in the wilderness and the Tabernacle of the garden. No other generation could have "seen" the human cellular pattern until our time of technology, which has given us "eyes" to actually look microscopically into a pattern that had existed from our very biological beginnings, but which no human eye could bear witness to until our lifetime.
Do you see the significance of such a thing? The prophetic declarations that have come forth concerning our present time as it relates to the plan of the ages is found to be absolutely true by reason of the correlating phenomenon of our microscopic technology, revealing the hidden mysteries of God's creative blueprint in making mankind, which gives rise to a chorus of glorious affirmations that we are INDEED the House that God built and we are also the House that God is filling with His glory! As His presence filled the Temple in ancient Israel, even so is the spirit of the Lord filling our physical temple with His own glorious Self! We have a greater witness than the prophets of old. We have the original pattern by which God began this wondrous journey from the earthiness of fallen man to the glorious uprising of the Son of man.
Even as Israel was given the pattern of the Tabernacle and the function of the priesthood within that structure, they were then given instructions on the keeping of yearly Festivals, or Feasts. There were 3 of these Feasts that were to be celebrated each year, again corresponding to the 3 compartments and functions of the Tabernacle.