The Temple guards were exiled, but the Shechinah was not exiled with them.
There the Shechinah abode, the strange, unearthly sign of Jehovahs presence.
Four classes do not receive the presence of the Shechinah: scorners, liars, flatterers, and slanderers.
The Sanhedrin were exiled, but the Shechinah was not exiled with them.
He was one of the three who were the last to behold the Shechinah, and to whom came the voice of God the Father.
He looked into her eyes, and saw there the Shechinah—the Divine glory that once rested on Zion.
Where is it taught that when ten join together in prayer the Shechinah is with them?
But it is worthy of remark that near as was this altar to the Shechinah and the cherubim, the vail still hung between.
He is Himself henceforth the Shechinah, and the manifested glory of the unseen Father.
The "hiding-place of Thy wings" may then be an allusion to the Shechinah and outspread pinions of the Cherubim.
a Chaldee word meaning resting-place, not found in Scripture, but used by the later Jews to designate the visible symbol of God's presence in the tabernacle, and afterwards in Solomon's temple. When the Lord led Israel out of Egypt, he went before them "in a pillar of a cloud." This was the symbol of his presence with his people. For references made to it during the wilderness wanderings, see Ex. 14:20; 40:34-38; Lev. 9:23, 24; Num. 14:10; 16:19, 42. It is probable that after the entrance into Canaan this glory-cloud settled in the tabernacle upon the ark of the covenant in the most holy place. We have, however, no special reference to it till the consecration of the temple by Solomon, when it filled the whole house with its glory, so that the priests could not stand to minister (1 Kings 8:10-13; 2 Chr. 5:13, 14; 7:1-3). Probably it remained in the first temple in the holy of holies as the symbol of Jehovah's presence so long as that temple stood. It afterwards disappeared. (See CLOUD.)