To the casual reader of the Bible the account of the Tabernacle of Israel may seem a chronicle of no real import for Christians today. The sacrifice of bulls and goats upon a brazen altar may seem to be just another meaningless tradition. But, the Apostle Paul explains that this drama, played out among the Jews for over 500 years, was not only a “schoolmaster” designed to lead them to the Messiah, but also abounds with significance for the Christian—“a shadow of good things to come.” Galatians 3:24; Hebrews 10:1
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"The careful student will discern that, the applications of the types herein presented being correct, the entire Plan of the Ages is thereby corroborated--justification, sanctification,and glorification first for the Church, and subsequently restitution for whoever will, of all the families ofthe earth. To what a glorious gospel, then, is this the key!"
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"In the Book of Exodus, God gave Moses instructions for building what the Bible calls “the Tabernacle of witness in the wilderness.” (Acts 7:44) The purpose of this peculiar structure was to provide a meeting place between God and man—a place for the Israelites to worship God, indeed, a place to communicate with the almighty Creator Himself. Numbers 17:4; 2 Kings 17:35-36
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