Before intimacy takes place in marriage, an atmosphere is usually created to help entice our spouse. Waiting until it's nighttime and quiet, lighting candles, playing slow love songs, and surprising our spouse with hidden gifts, all can be used to woo our lover and set the tone for great intimacy. The third room in the Tabernacle was called, Holiest of All and was a type of Bedchamber.¹ Only one person who is the High Priest was allowed to enter behind the veil of this sacred room where there was no physical light, only the glory of God lit the room. The Ark of the Covenant was the only piece of furniture behind the veil. This room is God's Secret Place and on the Day of Pentecost He sent His Holy Spirit to live in each of us. Daily, God's Spirit yearns to usher us into the Bedchamber of God's Secret Place where the atmosphere of intimacy is prepared and relationship between God and man is restored. Psalm 91:1 states, "He that dwelleth in the secret place of the most High shall abide under the shadow of the Almighty." This verse is a picture of a husband and wife being intimate, as the wife is under (the shadow of) her husband. God's Secret Place is when we get under Him and allow the Holy Ghost to take us to the treasures of the Spirit.
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