Among the blessings we read the following promise: And I shall go about in your midst…Obadiah Sforno draws a distinction between this vision and building of a centralized Temple or Tabernacle. Regarding the latter, the people built a home for God and then followed it (Tabernacle) or traveled to it (Temple). Here the promise is yet greater, the Temple may exists but God will not limit His benevolent presence to a single location or route of His choosing. This is why Isaiah’s vision transcends a physical Temple: Thus said the LORD: The heavens are My throne and the earth is My footstool. What house would you build for Me and what place for My resting, when all these My hand has made and Mine all these are? — said the LORD — But to this do I look, to the poor man and to the broken of spirit who trembles at My word.