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Issue No: 1153     Published: 20 Nov 2023

A REVELATION OF....... HOLINESS

MOSES TABERNACLE -

THE JOURNEY TO HOLINESS

PHYSICAL DESCRIPTION

Only the briefest of descriptions of the Tabernacle can be given here. For a fuller explanation, see the book 'Eagles Fly High!' 

 The incredible Tabernacle of Moses, detailed architectural and building instructions for which were given by God himself to Moses on Mt Sinai, as detailed from Exodus 25 onwards. 

8 “Then have them make a sanctuary for me, and I will dwell among them.  9 Make this tabernacle and all its furnishings exactly like the pattern I will show you. (Exodus 25:8-9)     

The Tabernacle was God's first church. Prior to the Israelites entering Egypt they were a nomadic people, travelling from place to place in small family groups in order to feed their flocks of sheep and goats. During the 400 years in Egypt, Jewish society developed, settled agriculture skills were learned and a written language acquired. Now God could reveal more of Himself. And Moses could record His church building instructions. 

But even more than being the Jews first church, the reason for all the detail was that Moses' Tabernacle was to be a pattern of the Church, past present and future. And a pattern too, for our individual lives. Amazing, really! But true! 

So how does this relate to holiness? Let's have a brief look at the layout of the Tabernacle and see. 

First of all, the priests and people all had to come in through a single gate.  (Where the photo above is taken from.) As can be clearly seen there are no other entrances. The gate is at the right hand end of our diagram. The open area is called the OUTER COURT and is the only area into which people, other than priests, were allowed. 

The first item of furniture inside the gate was the Brazen Altar. Upon this altar, blood sacrifices were made. These animal sacrifices were symbolic of that which Jesus would make on the cross, 1500 years later. 

Then we move to the Washing Basin. Here the priest washed himself before making a sacrifice. This symbolizes both baptism and the washing of the water of the Word. 

To reach the remaining items of furniture it is necessary to enter the Tent. Once again, the tent has but one entrance. A waterproof awning, most likely made out of Sea Cow (a relative of the manatee) skins, covered the tent. It had a bluish tinge to it, and was naturally impregnated with oil. The colour blue and oil are both symbolic of the baptism of the Holy Spirit. 

The Tent was divided into two. The first two-thirds was called the HOLY PLACE. Only the priests were allowed inside to attend to the three items of furniture it contained. Inside the door was the Table of Shewbread. It was on this table that each week the priests would place 12 fresh loaves of bread, representing the 12 Tribes of Israel. The bread removed stayed fresh supernaturally, for the priests to eat. This Table represents the 'revelatory' Word of God. The words between the lines, the special understanding the Lord gives to those who move in the realm of the Spirit. 

Then we move on to the golden Lampstand. Each morning and evening the priest on duty had to trim the wicks of the seven oil burners of the 'minora' and fill them with oil. The lamp was never allowed to go out. The Lampstand stands for the 'gifts of the Spirit' that Spirit-filled Christians receive from God. These include such things as tongues, prophecy and healing, and the ministry gifts, as the Lord determines. 

Finally in the Holy Place, there is the Altar of Incense. On this Altar the priest offered up a specially formulated incense mixture, God's recipe given to Moses. The incense today symbolizes our offerings to God, of praise, worship and prayer. 

The final, smallest room was called the HOLY OF HOLIES. The home of the Ark of the Covenant, where the very presence of God dwelt between the two Cherubim on top of the Atonement Cover, or lid, of the Ark itself. The Ark contained three, most precious items to the people of Israel, for each in its own way represented God's supernatural provision and power. 

The first was the Jar of Manna. It held a sample of the light, flaky, bread-like substance God provided 6 days a week, to feed the people during the 40 years they spent wandering in the desert, before entering the Promised Land. 

The second item was Aaron's Rod. This rod was symbolic of God's authority vested in Aaron. When the people rebelled against Aaron's authority, God made the 'dead' rod bud, blossom and produce ripe almonds - all in a single day! 

Finally, the Ark was home to the twin Tablets of the 10 Commandments. These were twice given to Moses on the mountain. The first time God provided the tablets and wrote on them. They were broken when Moses came down the mountain, finding the people worshipping the golden calf. God made Moses drop them, for He cannot live in the presence of sin. The second time Moses made the tablets and God wrote on them. As these replacements were a mixture of God and man, they could remain whole in the presence of the sin they instructed the people against. 

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FROM THE WORD

THE BEAUTIFUL WORDS OF JESUS     

The Cost of Discipleship (Luke 14:25-35)

Addressed to a large crowd. 

“If you want to follow me but you don’t hate your father and mother, and wife and children, and brothers and sisters—even your own life—you can’t be my disciple. If you don’t carry your cross and follow me, you can’t be my disciple. If you planned to build a tower, wouldn’t you first work out how much it would cost, and see if you had enough money to complete it? Otherwise, if after laying the foundation you weren’t able to finish it, everyone who saw it would laugh at you, saying, ‘Look at him: he started building but he couldn’t finish it.’

“What king goes to war with another king without first sitting down with his advisors to work out whether he and his ten thousand can defeat the one marching against him with twenty thousand? If he can’t, he’ll send representatives to ask for peace while the other king is still a long way off. In the same way every one of you who doesn’t give up everything can’t be my disciple. Salt is good, but if it loses its taste, how can you make it salty again? It’s no good for the soil or for fertilizer—you just toss it out. Whoever has ears, then listen!”

 

Parable of the Sheep (Luke 15:1-7)

Three parables addressed to the Pharisees who were criticizing Jesus for mixing with tax collectors and ‘sinners’. 

“Imagine a man who had a hundred sheep lost one of them. Wouldn’t he leave the ninety-nine in the open pasture, and search for the one that’s lost until he finds it? When he finds it, he joyfully puts it on his shoulders. Once he gets home, he calls his friends and neighbors together, saying, ‘Come and celebrate with me! I’ve found my lost sheep!’ I tell you that there’s more joy in heaven over a sinner that repents than over ninety-nine good people who don’t need to repent.

 

Parable of the Coin (Luke 15:1-7) 

“Imagine a woman who has ten silver coins, and loses one of them. Wouldn’t she light a lamp and sweep the house, carefully searching until she finds it? When she finds it, she calls her friends and neighbors together, saying, ‘Come and celebrate with me! I’ve found the silver coin that I lost.’ I tell you there is joy in the presence of God’s angels over one sinner that repents.

(Continued next week)

 

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DAVID'S DOODLINGS

SELF CONTROL
 
646. ' 667. Self control is'

' saying no to another piece of chocolate.

' biting your tongue when others criticize you unfairly.

' calmly watching the person ahead of you take the last seat.

' not answering an argument with an argument.

' looking straight ahead when a beautiful lady walks by.

' keeping your temper when others are losing theirs.

' resisting the temptation to pick your nose in public.

' keeping your attention on the one speaking to you.

' waiting in the queue for a loo!

' turning the other cheek ' again!

' watching your kids make the same mistakes, just like you had to do.

' not striking back when struck.

' waiting patiently in a queue when the one next to you is moving faster than yours.

' not reacting to something you once used to.

' resisting the urge to scratch the itch when standing at attention.

' keeping your cool when others are running hot.

' not commenting on your kid's cool clothes.

' giving good advice and seeing it go unheeded.

' Having a quiet time with the Lord when you are really busy.

' graciously accepting the smallest piece of cake.

' turning off the TV.

' leaving the last lolly in the bag.

668. The best form of self-control is to be under God's control.

669. When you can't control yourself, give your self to God.
 

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THIS WEEKS TUESDAY TEACHING.....

 THIS WEEK: REVELATIONS REVELATION! Part 4

Proceeding through the churches we now come to those of Sardis and Philadelphia. And the promises to the 'overcomers' continue to develop in a greater and greater way.

LAUGHING AT OURSELVES

    ***Blessed are those who can laugh at themselves for they shall never cease to be amused***  

426. Think First

My Protestant clergy friend was speaking with a Catholic Priest and wanted to make a solid friendship. He spoke of many things and felt it was going well, but when he asked if his Father had been a Priest, the conversation was over.

 

427. The New Wine

One communion Sunday, my communion steward prepared communion with a twist. When it came time to uncover the elements the grape juice looked darker than usual. I thought nothing of it and began to serve the communion. Promptly upon receiving the cup, each recipient's face had a peculiar, stunned look. When it came time for me to receive I discovered why the strange looks...the juice was prune juice! One parishioner stated, "Perhaps this is a Divine commentary on our spirituality...we need a little loosening up!"

 

QWIK QUIP: “1 (Cross) + 3 (Nails) = 4 (Given)”

 

428. Empathy

Jesus made a quick return to earth for a visit. He came upon a lame man, had compassion on him, and healed his leg. Further down the road, Our Lord came upon a blind man, had compassion on him, and healed him. A little further down the road, Jesus came upon a man sitting on the curb sobbing his heart out. Jesus asked him what was wrong. The man cried out in agony, "I'm a pastor!" 

Jesus sat down beside him, put his arm around him.............. and cried too.

 

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A DAVID MUSING

Rain, rain everywhere, and too much to drink!

All over the world it seems, as La Nina changes to El Nino, there have been floods. 

From here in New Zealand at the bottom of the world, to Kenya on the Equator, where we normally live, it is the same. In Kenya,  even drought areas in the north of the country where there had been no rain for 3 years, have been deluged.

Of course, we know from the Bible that there will be floods etc. in the end times.

But, on the other side of the coin, we need water to live. Approximately 60% of our body  is water! We can't live without water for very long or we will die. 

God provided water to nourish the earth. And us too!

A lady I just met here in the library, where I get my internet from, commented as I was writing this article, that tfor the past 18 months in New Zealand, the weather has been bad. Little summer. Clouds and rain most of the time. 

But whatever the weather is, we still have God to take us through the good and the bad. Praise the Lord for that!

His servant and yours
 

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