With what is Christ greatly concerned? What must Christ never become to us? What is the sole interest of the Bride? What proceeds from the union of Christ and the saint? The Altar of Incense 1. What were the four ingredients of the holy incense? What were the dimensions of the Altar of Incense? What do the four horns of the Altar of Incense portray?
Of what is the Altar of Incense a type? What does the number five symbolize? What was the fifth Levitical feast? What does the Blowing of Trumpets signify? What happens at the fifth stage of the plan of redemption? What mental adjustment do we begin to make as we press forward past Pentecost? What is the eternal plan of God? What is the desire of the overcomer? Why did the Presence of God leave the earth? Into what place does the saint arrive? What is the formula for earthshaking revival? What will move God to command the seven angels to commence blowing their trumpets?
What will take place at the sounding of the seventh angel? What is one of the major aspects of the working of God after Pentecost? What will be the end result of such communication? What must take place in the Christian Church before Christ can return? What behaviors characterize the churches of Christ in the present hour? When will the Lord return?
Who will return with Christ? What do horns typify? As our prayer and praise become stronger, what happens to our testimony? How do we overcome the devil? What is our task? What is our necessary preparation for entrance into spiritual battle? What is the Lord God of Heaven demonstrating vividly to the heavens and the earth? For what is Christ waiting patiently?
What is true of spiritual warfare? Of what does our actual transition from self-life to Christ-life consist? What part of our personality is sorely tried? What will take place if we return to our own wisdom and desires? What two things must take place in us if we are to enter our inheritance in the Lord?
Of what does our inheritance consist? What will Christ receive from the Father?
The Ark of the Covenant 1. Where was the Ark of the Covenant located? What were the dimensions of the Ark of the Covenant? Of what material was the Ark constructed? What items were contained inside the Ark? What was placed by the side of the Ark? What is characteristic of the acacia tree? What does wood symbolize in the Scripture? Is God actually making the saint His eternal dwelling place?
Are we Christians actually made partakers of the Divine Nature? What is the meaning of the gold-covered wood? What is the goal of our life? What does the number six signify? What transforms human character into the Substance and image of Christ? What are human beings being created? What is revealed by the fact that the Mercy Seat and the Ark were placed together as a unit? What does the Ark portray? What is typified by the three elements contained in the Ark of the Covenant? What brought about the miracle of the rod? What else must each saint come to know?
What always is the source of resurrection? What are we brought to every day? Where does God create eternal truth? What are wrought in us while we are subject to the problems of this life? When shall we be redeemed completely? In view of our coming total redemption, what should we be doing in the present hour? What happens to the Christian who spends his days in fleshly pursuits? What is each saint to do? What is the first responsibility of the Christian discipleship? What are we not to do? What will take place if we hold our decisions before the Lord? What other power is equal to the power of the resurrection of Christ our Lord?
Why did the Lord have Moses place a jar of manna inside the Ark of the Covenant? What does Christ associate with the manna of the Old Testament? What is the life of the saint?
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What is the fullness of redemption? What do the seven furnishings of the Tabernacle portray? What does the Altar of Burnt Offering typify? What does the Lampstand typify? Exodus, Chapters 25 through The Person and work of the Lord Jesus Christ. The establishing of the Kingdom of God on the earth. The dwelling place of God. What were the dimensions of the Tabernacle building? About forty-five feet long by fifteen feet wide by fifteen feet tall. Gold-covered boards.
Four gold-covered wooden posts standing on bases of silver. About one hundred fifty feet long by seventy-five feet across by seven and one-half feet high. The eastern side. Blue, purple, scarlet, and fine twisted white linen. Four pillars. Five posts of acacia wood overlaid with gold and topped with gold capitals. The Altar of Burnt Offering and the Laver. Here the lambs, goats, bullocks, rams, and birds were sacrificed.
The Table of Showbread. The Lampstand. The Altar of Incense. The Ark of the Covenant. The solid-gold Mercy Seat. In the center. The Ten Commandments. The Lord showed it to Moses. It was the dwelling place of God in a human neighborhood. The Temple of God in Heaven. The sun. Those persons set apart for the priestly work associated with the Tabernacle. By what was the Holy Place lighted at night? The golden Lampstand. A golden cherub. The atoning blood of Christ. God meets man only at the cross. Water baptism.
By continual repentance, confession, and resistance to sin. The body and blood of the Lord Jesus Christ. We are born again and live spiritually. We are born of the water when we are born of a woman, born physically. When we eat the flesh of Christ and drink His blood so He Himself begins to be formed in us. The Holy Spirit. When the Holy Spirit fell on the first Christian Pentecost. Holy Spirit-empowered prayer. When we give ourselves to Him without reservation.
Our Lord Jesus Christ. It reveals also the character of the overcoming saint. Those persons in the churches who give themselves over wholly to serving the Lord Jesus. All things. The Glory of God. That they may be one in the Father and in the Son. When we accept by faith the crucifixion of the Lord Jesus as the atonement for our sins. Acacia wood covered with bronze.
Tying the animals to be sacrificed. About four and one-half feet high and seven and one-half feet square. Slaying for sacrifice. Ascending toward God what is acceptable and pleasing to Him. Christ on the cross. Into what condition does the Divine plan of atonement bring us? The bronze Altar of Burnt Offering. At the cross, at the place of the shedding of blood. Where in the Scriptures are the five major types of offerings described? Leviticus, Chapters One through Seven. By the blood of the Lamb.
The blood of Christ is cleansing us from all sin. Was Christ only a righteous teacher? Christ was a sacrificial blood offering to God the Father. The blood of Jesus. The sacrifice is perfect and absolutely adequate for every person. What three aspects of the Laver are not described in the Scripture? The size, the way in which it was to be prepared for carrying, and its base. On what occasion did the priests wash their hands and feet at the Laver? Whenever they went into the Tabernacle to minister before the Lord. Its foot, or base. It may have been too small to need receptacles and carrying poles.
The cleansing of the believer from the filth of the world. God expects us while we are in the world to live a life of holiness and dedication to Him. He must remain as holy, as separated to God, as was the Tabernacle. He is to move quickly and diligently into the path that the Lord is pointing out to him or her. He must be baptized in water. He is willing for his old unclean nature to be crucified with Christ. And now why tarriest thou? Every person who would minister to God must be spiritually clean.
For Aaron and his sons shall wash their hands and their feet thereat: When they go into the tabernacle of the congregation, they shall wash with water, that they die not; or when they come near to the altar to minister, to burn offering made by fire unto the Lord: Exodus , Our sinful nature. What does a new Christian receive that he or she never possessed before?
The power to choose to be a servant of righteousness. The reading of the Scriptures will help greatly. A dirty Christian will be taken and washed by the Lord if he will not wash himself. A priest of the Lord. In the Holy Place—to the right as the priest entered the Tabernacle. Acacia wood covered with gold. Three feet long; one and one-half feet broad; two feet three inches high. The Communion service the body and blood of the Lord Jesus. A scarlet cloth. The living bread.
To eat Christ is to partake spiritually of the living Word of God. Christ takes of Himself and feeds His own Life that is being formed in us. The Word—Christ. We must eat the Word eat the flesh of Jesus and drink His blood. In the same manner in which he fed the multitude of followers with the loaves and fishes. The Word of God in human form. By receiving into ourselves the Word of God. By drinking the Word. As newborn babes, desire the sincere milk of the word, that ye may grow thereby: I Peter But strong meat belongeth to them that are of full age, even those who by reason of use have their senses exercised to discern both good and evil Hebrews Specific needs.
The resurrection Life from God. He or she must be in vital contact with the Lord. A member of the Body of Christ. The fruit and leaves of the tree of life. The drinking of blood was prohibited by Levitical law. The body and blood of Christ. By means of sharing the common body and blood. Constant, immediate contact with Christ. Contact is maintained by faith, obedience, and prayer. On the left of the priest as he entered the door of the Tabernacle.
It was very ornamental. A lamp holding pure beaten olive oil and a wick. What was the source of light for the Holy Place? They were trimmed and filled at sunrise and lighted at sunset. Being born again of the Spirit of God. The death and resurrection of Christ. Assigning, directing, and empowering gifts and ministries. Forming Christ in the saints. To put to death the deeds of our flesh. The holiness of the members of the Body of Christ. The testimony of Christ is Divine in Substance. Human wisdom and energy.
People—the channels through which the oil of the Holy Spirit flows. The Holy Spirit in us. A midpoint experience, a turning point in our redemption. As a level on an ascending spiral. In obedience to the Spirit of God. Fully obedient to God. There is a land of promise where the spiritual grapes are ripe and abundant. It is inhabited already, and with fierce warriors. It is supernatural. Service to mankind. To seek God with the whole heart as did Abraham. The daylight direction by the human mind is left outside. The lust of the flesh, the lust of the eyes, and the pride of life.
What are the four Gospel accounts, with respect to the Lampstand? Pictures of the Lampstand in action. Suffering and death.
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An apple, pomegranate, or bulb. Divine Life, Christ—that which yields food to the hungry and seed to the sower. Beauty, the beauty of the image of Christ, the beauty of holiness to the Lord. A pouring out, fruit, and beauty. The Lampstand itself. Death to the world. Death to sin. Death to self. The forming of Christ in the personality of the believer. Forgiveness of sins. Freedom from sinful practices.
The fullness of fruitfulness and dominion. Complete separation from the world. The Law of Moses no longer has dominion over us. We are free from all guilt—absolutely without condemnation. The first death is accomplished by our association with Christ on the cross of Calvary. The works of the devil. Now if I do that I would not, it is no more I that do it, but sin that dwelleth in me Romans Stern obedience to the Father.
To test their obedience. The self of the believer. By self-denial, as we become willing to make Christ the absolute Lord of our life. But when it came to having a Bible study on chapter 37 of Exodus, all the standard skills went out the window. We never assaulted the text with our questions, nor did we wring it for answers. And our theologizing had little to do with what Exodus actually said. If Bible-believing pastors, committed to expositional preaching, are prone to read the Exodus tabernacle narratives this way, how much more the average Christian? So before I dive into the tabernacle instructions in my study of Exodus , let me begin with a few principles to guide our reading.
Your skills are even more important when the text feels unfamiliar. Here is the driving motive behind the commission to build: Yahweh wants to dwell in the midst of his people. He rescued them and brought them to himself Ex Now he wants to live with them forever.
They are desert nomads, living in tents; so he will be a desert nomad, living in a tent. They will be moving around, so he will be moving around. Wherever he leads, they will follow. He wants to be right in the middle of their camp. These tabernacle narratives give us one of the clearest pictures of Immanuel, God with us, in all the Scripture. The tabernacle was meant to be built and interacted with. The more you can visualize the detail while you read, the more sense it will make to you. Most of the details in Exodus instruction will be repeated in Exodus construction , but in a different order.
Why does the instruction begin with the ark, but the construction begins with the tent curtains? All these observations give us clues to what the narrator wants to communicate. And also Exodus , , , and There is no other source of salvation Acts How were animals sacrificed in the sanctuary services, and with what meaning? This symbolized the transfer of sin from the sinner to the animal. At that point, the sinner was considered innocent and the animal guilty.
When a sacrificial animal was offered for the entire congregation, what did the priest do with the blood? What does this symbolize? The presence of God dwelt on the other side of the veil. Thus, the sins of the people were removed and symbolically transferred to the sanctuary. After Jesus died on the cross as a sacrifice for sin, He arose and went to heaven as our priest to minister His blood in the heavenly sanctuary Hebrews , The blood ministered by the earthly priest represents Jesus applying His blood to our record of sins in the sanctuary above, showing that they are forgiven when we confess them in His name 1 John As our Sacrifice, Jesus brings us a completely transformed life with all sins forgiven.
Based on the sanctuary services, in what two major capacities does Jesus serve His people? What fantastic benefits do we receive from His loving ministry? For we do not have a High Priest who cannot sympathize with our weaknesses, but was in all points tempted as we are, yet without sin. As our High Priest, Jesus gives us the power to live right in the present and in the future. A complete life change called the new birth, with all the sins of the past forgiven John —6; Romans Power to live right in the present and future Titus ; Philippians These two miracles make a person righteous—which means a right relationship exists between the person and God.
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There is no possible way for a person to become righteous by works his own efforts because righteousness requires miracles that only Jesus can accomplish Acts A person becomes righteous by trusting the Savior to do for him what he cannot do for himself. This is what is meant by the biblical term "righteousness by faith.
This righteousness, which is miraculously accomplished for us and in us by Christ, is the only true righteousness that exists.
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He will cover our past sins and count us as guiltless Isaiah ; 1 John Jesus gives us the desire to live righteously and then grants us His power to actually accomplish it Philippians Jesus, by His miracle power, will cause us to happily do only the things that please God Hebrews , 21; John He removes the death sentence from us by crediting us with His sinless life and atoning death 2 Corinthians Jesus assumes responsibility for keeping us faithful until He returns to take us to heaven Philippians ; Jude Jesus is ready to fulfill all these glorious promises in your life!
Are you ready? Does a person have any role at all to play in becoming righteous by faith? In Old Testament days, a person who truly had been converted kept bringing lambs to sacrifice, indicating his sorrow for sin and his whole-hearted desire to let the Lord lead in his life. Today, though we cannot work the miracles needed to become righteous, we must daily recommit to Jesus 1 Corinthians , inviting Him to direct our lives so those miracles can take place. We must be willing to be obedient and to follow where Jesus leads John ; Isaiah — Our sinful nature causes us to want to have our own way Isaiah and thus to rebel against the Lord, just as Satan did in the beginning Isaiah — Many believe that Jesus will take to heaven all who merely profess salvation, regardless of their conduct.
But this is not so. It is a deception. The powerful blood of Jesus can accomplish this for us Hebrews , but only if we give Jesus full control of our lives and follow where He leads—even when the path might sometimes be rough Matthew , 14, What was the Day of Atonement? Once each year, on the day of atonement , a solemn day of judgment took place in Israel Leviticus All were to confess every sin.
Those who refused were that very day cut off forever from the camp of Israel Leviticus Two goats were selected: One, the Lord's goat the other, the scapegoat , representing Satan Leviticus The Lord's goat was slain and offered for the sins of the people Leviticus But on this day the blood was taken into the most holy place and sprinkled upon and before the mercy seat Leviticus Only on this special judgment day did the high priest enter the most holy place to meet God at the mercy seat.
The sprinkled blood representing Jesus' sacrifice was accepted by God, and the confessed sins of the people were transferred from the sanctuary to the high priest. He then transferred these confessed sins to the scapegoat, which was led into the wilderness Leviticus , In this manner, the sanctuary was cleansed of the sins of the people, which had been transferred there by the blood sprinkled before the veil and had been accumulating for a year.
Through His shed blood applied to those written in the book of life, Christ would confirm the decisions of His people to serve Him eternally. From the yearly symbol of the ancient Day of Atonement, all of humanity is assured that our faithful High Priest, Jesus, still mediates in heaven for His people and stands ready to blot out the sins of all who exercise faith in His shed blood.
The final atonement leads to the final judgment, which settles the sin question in the life of every individual, resulting in either life or death.