Contributed on Jun 2, 2007
Part 1 of a series of sermons on the furnishings of the wilderness tabernacle, their use and significance. Part 1 focuses on the brazen altar; or altar of sacrifice.
Introduction 1. The Tabernacle would have been a wonderful place... right at the center of camp... all the Children of Israel camping around it in the specified locations... The colorful cloths... the gold and bronze furnishings... the pillar of fire at night... the pillar of cloud by ...read more
Contributed on Jun 10, 2007
In a continuing series about the different furnishings of the wilderness tabernacle; we now come to the bronze laver. This sermon looks at its use in the day of Moses, and what it means metaphorically for us today.
Introduction The Tabernacle was a beautiful place... many of the furnishings adorned with gold...some with bronze... The beautiful colorful fabrics... I’m sure it must have been a sight to behold... however, the beauty of the tabernacle is not found in the precious metals or the colorful ...read more