The Tabernacle: Camping with God
Kregel Ministry, 1971 - 160 páginas
"The title of this book takes me back to my boyhood days in Angola," writes the author in his foreword, "where as the son of missionary parents I knew what it was to trek and camp for weeks on end. . . . My father would lead family worship at dawn and then conduct a Bible study at dusk. . . . One particular series that I have never forgotten was on the Tabernacle in the wilderness. I can still visualize the scene as we sat, with African carriers, around the campfire outside our tent . . . the 'missionary's tent' served to represent the presence of God--as the Scriptures were unfolded and applied by the Holy Spirit [we had] an experience of camping with God."
This book opens modern readers to the world of the children of Israel, helping them to view the Tabernacle as they did. They will see the "tent" in which God camped with His people, revealing His purpose, power, and glory. They will discover that every detail of the Tabernacle points to Christ and will be reminded of the words of Augustine: "The New is in the Old concealed. The Old is by the New revealed."Connects the Old Testament story to the New TestamentWell-established author with international ministry forumHighlights one of Scripture's most pervasive topicsThis printing revives a highly-referenced and much sought-after resource
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While the children of Israel were in Egypt, they could neither worship nor witness,
for they were inescapable slaves and idolatrous sinners. This is why God,
through Moses, had to say to Pharaoh again and again, "Let my people go, that
The Experienced Revelation B. A Place of Witness 1. The Presence of God 2.
The Purity of God 3. The Protection of God 4. The Provision of God II. The
Ultimate Purpose A. His Person B. His Work The Word of God makes it quite plain
The Tabernacle was the divine provision of a place of worship, and also: B. A
Place of Witness Twice over in Numbers 1 7 this tent of meeting was called "the
tabernacle of witness" (w. 7-8); and this is exactly what it was, both to the children
Whatever the children of Israel required was guaranteed to them, so long as the
Tabernacle of witness stood. So we see that the immediate purpose of the
Tabernacle was the divine provision of a place of worship and witness.
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Olford stretches to make everything in the Tabernacle a prophecy of things to come in Heaven, and the church. What might have been a good study, was overcome by allegorization. Leer comentario completo
This is THE BEST resource on the study of the Old Testament Tabernacle. Olford is a master expositor/teacher/preacher. I am so glad that this invaluable resource is coming back in print. No minister's library should be without this book! Leer comentario completo