The Tabernacle

  • ISBN8983143541
  • Pages384

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The TABERNACLE : A Detailed Portrait of Jesus Christ (II)

Rev. Paul C. Jong

1. We Are Not of Those Who Draw Back to Perdition Because of Our Sins (John 13:1-11) 
2. The Screen and Pillars of the Holy Place (Exodus 26:31-37) 
3. Those Who Can Enter into the Most Holy (Exodus 26:31-33) 
4. The Veil That Was Torn (Matthew 27:50-53) 
5. Two Silver Sockets and Two Tenons for Each Board of the Tabernacle (Exodus 26:15-37) 
6. The Spiritual Mysteries Hidden in the Ark of the Testimony (Exodus 25:10-22) 
7. The Offering of the Remission of Sin Given on the Mercy Seat (Exodus 25:10-22) 
8. The Table of Showbread (Exodus 37:10-16) 
9. The Gold Lampstand (Exodus 25:31-40) 
10. The Altar of Incense (Exodus 30:1-10) 
11. The High Priest Who Gave the Offering of the Day of Atonement (Leviticus 16:1-34) 
12. The Four Mysteries Hidden in the Coverings of the Tabernacle (Exodus 26:1-14) 
13. Readers’ Reviews 
How can we find out the truth hidden in the Tabernacle? Only by knowing the gospel of the water and the Spirit, the real substance of the Tabernacle, can we correctly understand and know the answer to this question. In fact, the blue, purple, and scarlet thread and the fine woven linen manifested in the gate of the Tabernacle's court show us the works of Jesus Christ in the New Testament's time that have saved the mankind. In this way, the Old Testament's Word of the Tabernacle and the Word of the New Testament are closely and definitely related to each other, like fine woven linen. But, unfortunately, this truth has been hidden for a long time to every truth seeker in Christianity. Coming to this earth, Jesus Christ was baptized by John and shed His blood on the Cross. Without understanding and believing in the gospel of the water and the Spirit, none of us can ever find out the truth revealed in the Tabernacle. We must now learn this truth of the Tabernacle and believe in it. We all need to realize and believe in the truth manifested in the blue, purple, and scarlet thread and the fine woven linen of the gate of the Tabernacle's court.
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