Contributed on Mar 2, 2009
The first thing an Israelite could see, when facing the tabernacle, was this vast fence that surrounded the courtyard. Why was it there, and what can it teach us about our faith?
Contributed on Mar 9, 2009
Scripture says all Christians are priests. How does understanding the Old Testament priesthood help us be better servants of God?
Contributed on Mar 15, 2009
Exodus tells us the Altar of Sacrifice was made of wood. But wouldn’t that burn up? Find out why it didn’t... and why this was one of only two wooden altars ever known to man.
Contributed on Mar 22, 2009
The Old Testament Law was very strict about how the people of Israel were to clease themselves... but the bronze laver was only used by the priests. What can that mean for Christians today?
Contributed on Mar 29, 2009
The "Holy Place" was the ultimate place of worship for Old Testament Priests. What was it about the furniture in this room that God wanted to teach us?
Contributed on Apr 6, 2009
What was God was trying to communicate to us by how He had the Tabernacle laid out? (This sermon gives an "overview" of the entire tabernacle).
Contributed on Apr 12, 2009
The Ark was the center of the worship at the Tabernacle. What made it so important, and what does it teach us about what Jesus did for us?