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The Tabernacle, Temple, and Sanctuary: Genesis 1 to Exodus 27

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This book uses a verse by verse approach to understand the Tabernacle. When I prayed about starting this book, the answer was, “at the beginning.” After I began writing, that made sense. To understand the Tabernacle, we have to understand God's personality. That's when items in the Tabernacle began to come alive.

What better way to understand the Tabernacle then to study the subject the way Moses recorded it? I can't think of a better way. I'm sure after reading this book, you'll agree. Can anyone improve on the sequence God gave Moses?

The Tabernacle reflects Jesus' personality as well as His dedication, ambitions, and goals. The Tabernacle is like Jesus' application to this world to be their Messiah, Savior, God, King, High Priest, and Friend.

This book shows how a series of stories in the Bible led to the Israelites leaving Egypt, covers the collection of materials for the Tabernacle, as well as instructions and directions God gave to Moses to build the Tabernacle.

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