May 1, 2017

In Hebrew tabernacle is “Mishkan” and it means “dwelling place”. The tabernacle was the place of God’s presence, His meeting place with man. The layout of the tabernacle and its courtyard (outer court) illustrates God’s presence and His prescribed manner in which man c...

April 29, 2017

In the first lesson we learned that there was only one door to the Tabernacle. It faced east, and anyone wishing to approach God had to enter in by that door. This door pointed to Yeshua who became the only door for anyone desiring to approach Yahweh. Yeshua made this...

April 29, 2017

The second piece of furniture one encountered when entering the Tabernacle was the Bronze Laver (in the outer court)

Scripture: Exodus 30:17-21 and Exodus 38:8

The priests were the only ones allowed to approach the Bronze Laver. They had to wash their hands and their fee...

April 28, 2017

As we have entered the tabernacle (Mishkan) we should have seen by now that we have undertaken a process by which we are progressing in our intimacy with God. First we entered the one gate (Yeshua), the only way into the tabernacle and presence of God. Then we accepted...

April 27, 2017

The Table of Shewbread

 

We have been making our journey through the Tabernacle behind the first veil, the Holy Place. The first piece of furniture that was discussed was the Menorah. The second piece of furniture is the Table of Shewbread.

 

In Exodus 25:23-30 we can read...

April 26, 2017

The next piece of furniture in the holy place was the Altar of Incense. We can read about the Altar of Incense in Exodus 30:1-10. The alter was also called The Golden Altar. The incense that was used upon the altar can be found in Exodus 30:22-38.

 

The altar was to burn...

April 24, 2017

We have been covering the gate and the 6(7) pieces of furniture contained within the Tabernacle and how they all point to Yeshua. As one should be able to see by now that a person desiring to approach YHVH enters through the one gate and progresses westward. First, the...

February 26, 2017

Wikipedia (in Christian Theology) defines legalism as, “the act of putting law above gospel by establishing requirements for salvation beyond repentance and faith in Jesus Christ and reducing the broad, inclusive and general precepts of the Bible to narrow and rigid mo...

February 17, 2017

In the first part of this lesson I tried to lay a little historical groundwork for understanding the word legalism. In Part II, I will continue with some historical teaching and then follow up with scriptures.

 

When reading through the letters of the Apostle Paul the wo...

February 17, 2017

In the third part of this series on Legalism, I would like to continue discussing Chapter 15 of Acts.

In the previous lesson I discussed how some Jews from Judea had begun teaching the new gentile converts that they must “be circumcised and convert to Judaism” in order...

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