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The Tabernacle

The Tabernacle

by Eric Bouchoc
     
 

The scriptures are filled with the richness and depth of the glory of our creator, richness and depth that go well beyond our comprehension. We read about our God and we are awestruck by His splendor and by the miraculous things that He has done for His people, those that are called by His name. Let us never forget that He is the same yesterday, today and

Overview

The scriptures are filled with the richness and depth of the glory of our creator, richness and depth that go well beyond our comprehension. We read about our God and we are awestruck by His splendor and by the miraculous things that He has done for His people, those that are called by His name. Let us never forget that He is the same yesterday, today and forever.
The tabernacle was the dwelling place for the Hebrew people while they spent their time wandering in the desert wilderness. During that time, God showed Himself to be a loving, kind, merciful and compassionate God to a rebellious and stiffnecked people much like us today.
As you open this book and explore the images inside allow yourself to be transported back in time. Allow God to present you with the experience…hear the sounds, smell the smells, feel the warmth on your face and see what may have been. Mentally walk where they walked. In the end, present yourself as a living sacrifice to your maker who simply wants to spend time with you.
The tabernacle was made so that God could dwell among his people. Today, we no longer need the physical tabernacle. He has promised to live inside us as His holy dwelling place to those who live for His son Jesus. Won’t you allow this book to be a vessel for a deeper relationship with your maker?

Editorial Reviews

From the Publisher
"The Tabernacle is absolutely stunning!  This amazing work is unlike any other account of the tabernacle that I have ever seen. Every image is filled with awe-inspiring beauty and vivid richness taken right from the pages of Scripture ... a must for homeschoolers to biblical scholars." — Josh D. McDowell / Author, Speaker

"Eric Bouchoc has brought to life images of the Tabernacle that depict its beauty, majesty, and simplicity in a manner that will inspire believers of all ages. Moms and dads will want their children to learn from and be inspired by this book—after mom and dad are finally done looking at the magnificent art themselves." — Michael Farris / Chancellor, Patrick Henry College

"The Tabernacle, which was basically a tent for God, speaks of God's deepest desire to be with His people during the wilderness times of their lives. It is a parable of the incarnation. Eric Bouchoc has labored for years at accurately rendering images from the Scriptures. As his friends, it has been our privilege to see them hot off the computer. This book, the result of his dedication and skill, is a gift to the Church. It will enable us to engage with the book of Exodus at the level of the imagination; to perhaps better understand God's desire to be with us in our wilderness wanderings." — Susan and Michael Card / Bible Teacher, Song Writer

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781617152825
Publisher:
AMG Publishers
Publication date:
05/07/2012
Pages:
64
Product dimensions:
11.24(w) x 14.04(h) x 0.48(d)
Age Range:
18 Years

Meet the Author

Known for his stunning biblical 3-D images and videos, Eric J. Bouchoc has begun work on what he is calling The Restoration Project (TRP). TRP is an all-encompassing effort to bring the Holy Scriptures alive in a new way. Through cutting edge digital art and imagery, he seeks to convey the moods and emotions of passages in the Word of God. TRP is not just this tabernacle book, but a series of books, videos and other media that will capture the heart of the viewer. Mr. Bouchoc's work has spread to over ninety-six countries around the world and it appears often in bible studies, sermons, television programs and documentaries. Trinity Broadcasting Network (TBN) shows his work on Christian television and the Creation Museum in Petersburg, Kentucky has some of his work on display. He is a winner of the Judges Award from the National Religious Broadcasters Convention (NRB) and Best Christian Documentary from The Christian Filmmaker Film Festival.

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