Religion – Jewish History – God’s Earthly Dwelling Place – The Tabernacle

Religion – Jewish History – God’s Earthly Dwelling Place – The Tabernacle
Religion – Jewish History – God’s Earthly Dwelling Place – The Tabernacle
Religion – Jewish History – God’s Earthly Dwelling Place – The Tabernacle
Religion – Jewish History – God’s Earthly Dwelling Place – The Tabernacle
Religion – Jewish History – God’s Earthly Dwelling Place – The Tabernacle
Religion – Jewish History – God’s Earthly Dwelling Place – The Tabernacle
Religion – Jewish History – God’s Earthly Dwelling Place – The Tabernacle
Religion – Jewish History – God’s Earthly Dwelling Place – The Tabernacle
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This is a 46 slide, highly animated, power point presentation on Religion – Jewish History – God’s Earthly Dwelling Place – The Tabernacle. Each of the slides are editable so you can modify the slides and to the presentation as you need to.

After 400 years of enslavement, God appointed Moses to lead the Hebrews out of enslavement through a series of miracles. Because of disobedience, the children of Israel were not permitted to go directly to the “promised land”, but were confined to wander in the wilderness for 40 years. Everywhere they went they followed the Ark of the Covenant, which contained the 10 Commandments and represented the covenant they had with God.

The Jews longed to build a proper Temple to house the Ark where “true worship” could be carried out. But the Temple build was a long way off. Before the Temple could be built the children of Israel constructed a temporary house of worship called a Tabernacle. It was understood that the Tabernacle was needed only until a permanent Temple could be built.

This dream was realized when King Solomon, built a magnificent Temple in the capitol of the ancient city of Jerusalem. Solomon’s Temple (also known as the First Temple) served as the Holy Temple until its destruction by Nebuchadnezzar II in 587 BC.

A second temple was built and the Second Temple served as the Jewish Holy Temple from 516 BCE until its destruction in 70 CE. This temple served the nation until Jesus appeared on the scene. Jesus foretold the destruction of the Temple accurately and declared the Temple was no longer needed since all people now have access to God through his death as the ultimate sacrifice for sin, a claim Jews reject.

The presentation covers the following:

Background
God’s Earthly Dwelling Place: The Tabernacle
Introduction
The Tabernacle
Importance of the Tabernacle
Statement of God’s Presence
Unquestioned Authority
Reverent Obedience
The Tabernacle: Construction
The Layout
Construction Materials
Cloth & Linens
Tabernacle Features: The Gate
The Gate
Tabernacle Features: The Brazen Altar
The Brazen Altar
Sin Offerings
Significance of the Sacrifices
Tabernacle Features: The Laver
The Laver
Tabernacle Furniture: Holy Place Furniture
The Menorah
Keeping the Lamps Burning
Table of Showbread
Golden Altar of Incense
A Pleasing Aroma to the Lord
Tabernacle Features: The Holy of Holies & The Veil
The Holy of Holies & The Veil (3)
Tabernacle Features: The Ark of the Covenant
The Ark of the Covenant
The Atonement Cover
Shekinah Glory
Judgement & Wrath
The Tabernacle: Articles Contained in the Ark
Manna
Aaron’s Staff
Ten Commandments (2)
The Atonement Cover
End of Presentation

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