This week is the sixth installment on teaching primarily about the furniture of the tabernacle. We are going into the priestly work and we’re going into the presence of God to experience God, to have an encounter with God and if I were to use a subject for today it would be the aroma of Prayer. You can’t talk about the altar of incense without talking about fire. When you want to have a great prayer life, God has given you a book on prayer. He says fire. You know why? Fire will make you pray.
This week is the fifth installment on teaching primarily about the furniture of the tabernacle. Continuing our look at the tabernacle, we will now look at what is commonly called the table of shewbread. This table, along with the lampstand, was to be set up outside the Holy of Holies in the Holy Place of the tabernacle where the light from the lamps could illumine the table. Dining with someone in the ancient Near East was a sign of fellowship and peace, so the priests’ eating of the bread of the Presence in God’s house signified the Lord was at peace with His people.
This week is the fourth installment on teaching primarily about the furniture of the tabernacle. Continuing our look at the tabernacle, we will now look at living under God’s covering for POWER, PROVISION and PROTECTION!
Christ is marvelously foreshadowed in every piece of the Tabernacle. Every feature was planned by God with design and purpose. Because of God’s plan that the Tabernacle would be fulfilled in Christ, both in its structure as well as in its function, it can be said that this series is more about Christ than the Tabernacle. JOIN US this Sunday, as we begin our new series, “The Presence of God”.