The Tabernacle Introduction and Overview |Jesus Plus Nothing

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The link that I am about to provide you with is one of the best Tabernacle overviews that I have encountered and there is much to be learned. There are more detailed study links available at the bottom of the link I am giving. I can’t really over emphasise the importance of the spiritual lessons and realities that are encapsulated within the Tabernacle.

This is not milk here, this is meat and any who have not eaten of this meat have been robbed of very important nourishment.

Pay particular attention to the Area/Volume of the Tabernacle as it relates to the indicated Age of Grace. No, we do not know the day nor the hour when Jesus will return but today, most scholars believe that Jesus died on the cross in AD 30. It’s also possible it could have been AD 33 as there are scholarly arguments for both dates but considering that we are now at 2020, one can see that the area/volume of the Holy Place is rapidly being approached. Serious food for thought.

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And now, here is the link that I promised you:

http://jesusplusnothing.com/studies/online/Tabernacle1.htm

If you’ve never taken the time to actually study the Tabernacle, I would strongly encourage you to do so. It is an amazing testimony from God to us.

Also, please take the time to read Hebrews 9

Plus you can also view other posts I have prepared on the Tabernacle by clicking here.

And please don’t forget to check out the other links at the bottom of the link from Jesus Plus Nothing that I gave you!

Worthy is the Lamb! Blessings!

 

 

12 comments

  1. Wonderful post Bruce. I have studied the tabernacle quite a bit in the past and it is truly amazing how it relates to Christ and His life and sacrifice. Those studies, and studying the sacrificial way, showed me how important it is to read the Old Testament. We truly get a picture of the price Jesus paid when we read through the Pentateuch.

    I have never seen the chart on the dimensions and how it relates to years of the church. very interesting indeed. Thank you for sharing!

    Pete

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