Nº 26 · March - April 2004
A House is a room, a habitation, a place of cover and rest, where wounds are healed and the soul is at peace.
Nothing is more pleasing to the traveler than to arrive home. Nor does anything awake more nostalgias within man than his parents' house.
When the Lord was a boy in Nazareth he had a house. However, when he was a grown man, he didn't have anywhere to lay his head. Does he have one today, a house in which one can say "as a Son over his house"?
The Church is the house of God, the place where God inhabits, and where the Son has pre-eminence as the eldest Son. What is this House like? With what materials is it built? What is its current state? What is its future? Who has the privilege of dwelling in it?
Many questions arise just by mentioning this interesting topic. Many of these are difficult to answer. We hope in the Lord that, at least some of the many queries about the House of God are answered here.
TEAM: Eliseo Apablaza F. | Roberto Sáez F. | Gonzalo Sepúlveda H. | Claudio
GUEST CONTRIBUTORS: Rodrigo Abarca B. | Christian Chen | Rubén Chacón | Andrew Webb
TRANSLATION Spanish-English: Andrew Webb
WEB DESIGN: Mario & Andrés Contreras