The main source describing the tabernacle is the biblical Book of Exodus, specifically Exodus 25–31 and 35–40. We remember how God gave Bezalel all the gifts he needed to complete the project. (more…), July 20, 2012 | Categories: God's Presence, Tabernacle | Tags: 12 loaves, 12 tribes of israel, Aaron, Bible, bread of life, bread of presence, Deut 8, Ephesians 1, Exodus 25, God’s word, Holy Place, Inside the tabernacle, Jesus, John 6, lev 24, Messianic, Mishkan, priestly duties, Sabbath, shewbread, spiritual perspective, Table of Showbread, tent of meeting, torah, Yeshua | Leave a comment, So far we’ve seen that God has given us faith to enter through the fence of the tabernacle courtyard into His glorious kingdom. However, there’s an elephant in the room: (more…), August 3, 2012 | Categories: Atonement, God's Presence, Holiness, Jesus, Salvation, Sin, Tabernacle, Yeshua | Tags: 2 Cor 5, Aaron, Altar of Incense, curtain, Especially holy place, exodus 26, Heb 10, Heb 7, high priest, Holy of Holies, Holy Place, Inside the tabernacle, Intercession, Isaiah 64, Lev 16, mediator, Messianic, Mishkan, priestly duties, righteousness, tent of meeting, The Most Holy Place, veil | 1 Comment. Rayment has agreed to become a contributor to a podcast series called “A Life of Worship”. He never stops pursuing us; He desires for us to be in His presence continuously, so that He can reveal more and more of Himself to us. During the conquest of Canaan, the main Israelite camp was at Gilgal (Joshua 4:19; 5:8–10) and the tabernacle was probably erected within the camp: Joshua 10:43ESV "…and returned into the camp" (see Numbers 1:52–2:34 "…they shall camp facing the tent of meeting on every side").  According to Judges 20:26–28, the Ark, and thus possibly the tabernacle, was at Bethel while Phinehas, grandson of Aaron, was still alive. Early Christian churches followed the same general pattern, with an outer court or inside lobby, a sanctuary, and an inner tabernacle where the communion elements were kept. ), was the portable earthly dwelling place of Yahweh (the God of Israel) used by the Israelites from the Exodus until the conquest of Canaan. Post was not sent - check your email addresses! In this spiritual journey, we’ve entered into a special partnership with YHWH to bring about His will on earth. We can only look back and not much information was given to tell us what each piece represented. (more…), July 13, 2012 | Categories: Holy Spirit, Tabernacle | Tags: Ephesians 1, Exodus 25, exodus 26, Exodus 27, Gifts, Holy Place, Inside the tabernacle, Isaiah 11, Lampstand, Menorah, Messianic, Mishkan, Rom 12, Ruach HaKodesh, seven spirits, spiritual perspective, tent of meeting, veil | Leave a comment. He is skilled in engraving and mounting gemstones and in carving wood. This is a lofty position and a wonderful place to be. In Part 2 of this blog series, we looked at the first obstacle that separates mankind from a holy God – represented by the fence enclosing the courtyard of the tabernacle. (8) He molded the cherubim on each end of the atonement cover, making it all of one piece of gold. 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It’s a matter of how far we’re willing to go in our relationship with our Father. His dad says, “I’m so glad you called me! Service Times; FAQ; About Us. (more…), August 10, 2012 | Categories: Ark, God's Presence, Tabernacle | Tags: Acts 1, Altar of Incense, Ark of Covenant, Ark of Testimony, cover of the ark, Especially holy place, Exodus 25, Exodus 34, Exodus 40, God’s glory, Holy of Holies, I Cor 6, I Sam 5, I Sam 6, Inside the tabernacle, Jesus, Joshua 3, Joshua 6, Mercy Seat, Messianic, Mishkan, Most Holy Place, Rev 3, tent of meeting, Yeshua | 1 Comment. They will not only be given skills to complete the project, God will make them complete by providing skills to understand the process and explain it to people. What’s inside the Ark provides us great insight in answering this question. in the Kopelman Foundation's. The answer was so simple and surprising. There is a connection to understanding, teaching, seeing details in the design, and God’s law. After passing by a number of texts telling us, Bezalel build this item and that item, and how he had help, I had to sit down and pray about this one. amzn_assoc_linkid = "10cc613ea511db37f3e4e92d20bf16bd"; What good is it to collect a bunch of information from God but not be able to teach it? If Moses received a view and explanation of all those details on God’s mountain, God had to deliver that information to Bezalel in much the same way. Enjoy listening. Due to the high number of attacks and spam through the comment section on this site, the comments section has been deleted.