Studies in the Tabernacle Pt4

The court hanging and gate Scripture: Exodus 27:9-19, Exodus 38:9-20 The Tabernacle was the place where God and man met together — its name was ‘the tent of meeting’, Ex 27:21. The tent itself was where God dwelt personally among His people. However, the immediate presence of God was not to be approached directly. Around

The Roman Catholic Mass

The doctrine of the Mass is central to the teaching and practice of the Church of Rome. We should understand that the Mass is not simply the Roman Catholic ‘version’ of the Lord’s Supper. Some Protestants have the idea that attendance at a Mass is not really any different to attending a communion service—it’s just

Relics of the crucifixion

It is hardly surprising to find that as the Easter season approaches stories like the following emerge! Jesus crucifixion nails ‘found’. Two of the nails used to crucify Jesus have been discovered in a 2,000-year-old tomb, according to a new film… Read the report here. ‘Thorn from Jesus’s crucifixion crown’ goes on display at British

Studies in the Tabernacle, Pt3

PREPARATION TO BUILD—THE PROVISION OF LABOURERS. Scripture: Exodus 31:1-11, Exodus 35:30-36:4 The work of God requires more than offerings of construction materials. In order to raise a witness to Christ as the means of reaching common ground and fellowship with God work is required. Those who give with the proper spirit will also be ready

Studies in the Tabernacle, Pt2

PREPARATION TO BUILD Scripture: Exodus 25:1-9, Exodus 35:1-10, Exodus 35:20-36:7 Besides providing a place of worship the great purpose of God in the Tabernacle was to illustrate to Israel the principles of approach to and communion with a holy God — an OT gospel revelation of Christ and His saving work. The two must always