A Brief Study Of The Tabernacle With Spiritual Applications [NOOK Book]

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IT has been said that the instruments most used for conveying knowledge are the voice and the vision -"the voice reaching through the ear, the vision through the eye," and that the one most effective is the vision. It occurred to the author that since this is true it would be a good way to teach Bible classes the story of " The Old Hebrew Tabernacle ". Hence this model, which you will find pictured in the following pages, was made for class work. However, it was not long until calls came to go to different ...
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A Brief Study Of The Tabernacle With Spiritual Applications

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IT has been said that the instruments most used for conveying knowledge are the voice and the vision -"the voice reaching through the ear, the vision through the eye," and that the one most effective is the vision. It occurred to the author that since this is true it would be a good way to teach Bible classes the story of " The Old Hebrew Tabernacle ". Hence this model, which you will find pictured in the following pages, was made for class work. However, it was not long until calls came to go to different churches and schools with the model, and give a lecture in connection with it. At the close of these services different ones would ask if I had these lectures in printed form, saying they would like to have them. Finally, consenting to the request of many, a part of these lectures have been put into this little book.

Do not read these pages to criticise their literary value, for they were not written from a literary standpoint, but that those who have told the author they could not get much out of the study of this portion of the scripture and that they found it dry and uninteresting, (this from some Christian workers and even preachers)- that these, and others of like feeling, might be able to see a little at least, of the great importance of this Old Testament type. That those also who have only a vague conception of the plan and true meaning of it might be able to realize some of the rich spiritual lessons to be obtained from the study of the tabernacle and its parts.

If those who read the following pages get just a little portion of the blessing and inspiration which the author received in studying this subject he will feel his effort has not been in vain.

I am in debt to several for suggestions and help in preparing this work, especially to my wife.

This little volume goes forth with the prayer that all who read these pages will become more deeply interested, not only in the study of the Tabernacle but of the entire .Bible.
ELLSWORTH A. ARCHER
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940011862571
  • Publisher: Archer Books
  • Publication date: 10/31/2010
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 988 KB

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 30, 2011

    Doesn't open in nook

    I would of loved to read this however, I couldn't open it. There must be a problem with the app.

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