Summary: How do we enter into the presence of our Lord Jesus Christ. We will explore the intimacy of the Table found in the Tabernacle. We will examine what it means to sit at the table of shew bread where we come into a holy place and it forever change us.
Summary: God has 3 messages from the mountain for us tonight:
1. God wants us to be generous givers (vs. 1-8).
2. God wants to stay close to His saints (vs. 8).
3. God uses earthly pictures to teach us about heavenly places (vs. 8-22).
Summary: Capping off the Ark of the Covenant is a solid slab of gold with cherubim, of inestimable value. Even more beautiful than its artistry is what happens upon it. Link inc. to formatted text, audio, PowerPoint.
Summary: We see His perfect life in it, as well as His painful death, His precious resurrection, and His provision of salvation, security, and satisfaction for all who will believe. Link inc. to formatted text, audio, and PowerPoint.
Summary: Contrasts God’s relationship with man in the Old and New Covenants. When God set up residence on earth, He called his throne the Mercy Seat. But at Calvary both the name and the location changed - to the Throne of Grace.
Summary: Too many times we get caught up in situations that put us at a crossroad and we find it difficult to figure out which way is the best way to go. That is because the devil is good at what he does, his job is to make the wrong choice look as right as possi
Summary: We will walk with Moses as God describes some requirements for HIM and the Sanctuary. We will look at the requirements for Offerings, required purpose of the Sanctuary, and requirements for HIS word which are and have been foundational for our walk and g
Summary: Paul declares, "The Jews stumble over the cross. And the Greeks think it is foolishness. But others see in it the power & wisdom of God." And there are still those 3 kinds of people in the world today. (*PowerPoint available - #243)
Summary: So the Ark represented for Israel the localized presence of God in judgment,
mercy, forgiveness, and love; and because it contained the Ten Commandments, it was
a visible reminder that their life was to be lived in obedience to the expressed will of