The Wilderness Tabernacle
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The Wilderness Tabernacle
The God of Israel gave precise instructions to Moses about how to build a place where God (Yahua) and man could meet. Christians see in the pattern a description of salvation and grace, culminating in the sacrifice of Jesus Christ (Yeshua). How does one "meet God" today?
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Jacket | Desert of Ziph

Jacket | Desert of Ziph | The Wilderness Tabernacle | Scoop.it
When the Jewish people were wandering in the wilderness, Moses set up a 'tent of meeting' some distance away from where the people were camped. Exodus 33 tells us that anyone inquiring of the Lord could go there to ...
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college-age conference sharing our Christian Journey and being willing to consecrate ourselves for Gods Building

college-age conference sharing  our Christian Journey and being willing to consecrate ourselves for Gods Building | The Wilderness Tabernacle | Scoop.it
Our Christian Life is a journey. It begins with our exodus from Egypt and our crossing of the Red Sea. But it doesnt end there. Rather, our salvation and our baptism were only the beginning of a life long journey with the Lord.
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Did the Synagogue save Judaism? - The Bible and Interpretation

Did the Synagogue save Judaism? - The Bible and Interpretation | The Wilderness Tabernacle | Scoop.it
The Bible and InterpretationDid the Synagogue save Judaism?The Bible and InterpretationThe pillars and doors present a monumental, temple-like façade, while the scallop image is a wide-spread symbol of sacred presence in antiquity.
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T Talks - Tent of Meeting

What does it mean to spend time in a tent of meeting with God? This incredible passage from Exodus gives us a glimpse of the passion Moses and Joshua had to encounter God. Tshepho Sawdon reflects on our need to spend time in God's presence.
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