So let’s talk about the sacrificial system. It’s been an area of frustration for me over the years. In fact, I found it so difficult that I’ve kept it “shelved.” This year I have found some great teaching on the … Continue reading →
The menorah is a fascinating item in the Holy Place. It was the only light source in an otherwise darkened room. There were 3 layers of materials enclosing the Holy Place and no windows. It was made of one solid … Continue reading →
The colors used in the tabernacle and the high priest’s garments had significance. Gold signifies divinity, silver redemption and bronze suffering. In Hebrew you get even a deeper meaning for each color.
He Tabernacled Among Us Did you know that tabernacle means “to dwell among?” This definition sheds a whole new light on the tabernacle of Israel. In fact, when taken literally, a person can see six times where YHVH tabernacled among … Continue reading →
Leviticus teaches about the holiness of God and what’s necessary to draw near to Him. After Aaron’s sons die due to approaching YHVH outside His commands, we come to a section that discusses clean and unclean animals for the purpose … Continue reading →
Did you know that tabernacle means “to dwell among?” This definition sheds a whole new light on the tabernacle of Israel. In fact, when taken literally, a person can see six times where YHVH tabernacled among His people in history. … Continue reading →
The Holy Place where the elements were kept – the lamp stand, the altar of incense, and the table of shewbread symbolizes my inner nature – my mind, heart and soul. It is from this inner place my actions and … Continue reading →