The Tent Of The Meeting

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The message of God's salvation is both central to, and a crucial part of, the Judeo/Christian faith.

The unique design of the Tent of the Meeting (or Tabernacle of Moses as it is also known), which was built strictly according to God's instruction, clearly illustrates how God proposed to provide man with a permanent means of salvation. From the moment it was designed and constructed, the Jews had before them a key to the complete plan of salvation. This book looks at the layout ...

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Overview

The message of God's salvation is both central to, and a crucial part of, the Judeo/Christian faith.

The unique design of the Tent of the Meeting (or Tabernacle of Moses as it is also known), which was built strictly according to God's instruction, clearly illustrates how God proposed to provide man with a permanent means of salvation. From the moment it was designed and constructed, the Jews had before them a key to the complete plan of salvation. This book looks at the layout of the tabernacle court and tent to discover all the information necessary to explain why the Messiah had first to come as a suffering servant and how, through understanding God's word, it is possible for any member of the human race to become spiritually alive to God and enter into a real and dynamic relationship with Him. It explains in detail why the virgin birth was vital to the sinlessness of the Messiah, and why the temple curtain was rent in two from top to bottom at the time of the Messiah's death on the cross.

Covering the scriptures from Genesis to Revelation, this book takes the reader from the moment of Adam's creation through the fall, the calling of Abram and the development of the nation of Israel under Moses and into the Promised Land. It details how the design of the tabernacle and its services were meant to bring the Jews into an intimate and spiritual relationship with their God. The arrival of the Messiah, His life, teaching and cruel death was all foretold in its design.

This book is a revelation of truth, and provides the genuine seeker after truth with more answers than questions. It has kept the Jewish Rabbi, who asked for it to be written, quiet for over a year.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781452099149
  • Publisher: AuthorHouse
  • Publication date: 1/7/2011
  • Pages: 564
  • Product dimensions: 1.26 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 6.00 (d)

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