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The Tabernacle of Israel in the desert a companion volume to the portfolio of plates, explanatory of the particulars, with detailed plans, drawings, and descriptions by James Strong

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Published by Harris, Jones in Providence, RI .
Written in English


  • Tabernacle.

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Statementby James Strong.
The Physical Object
Pagination106 p. :
Number of Pages106
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Open LibraryOL17937126M

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  The tabernacle of Israel in the desert: a companion volume to the portfolio of plates, explanatory of the particulars, with detailed plans and drawings, and letter-press description.. by Strong, James, Pages: bi/ivo S77 CONTENTS. PAGE. uction 1 ities 3 t 3 3 -Biblical 3 4 1,General 4 l 5 y 9 -Sinaitic 9 . Deuteronomy implies, that Tabernacle is for us and our sons, forever. Torah gives us very clear instructions about Tabernacle and provides all details for us to build it. It was revealed to us, so it is ours. Not God’s or some messiahs. Nobody is going to rebuild the Tabernacle for us, except ourselves. So it is up to us to rebuild it. The stunning desert backdrop of Timna Park is the setting for the replica of the Tabernacle. While some have studied it at length, others may never have considered the depths of meaning found in the Tabernacle. The model is fully based on the book of Exodus and aims to .

At Timna Park, 20 miles (32 km) north of Eilat in the Arabah, a life-size replica of the biblical tabernacle has been constructed. While no original materials (e.g., gold, silver, bronze) have been used, the model is accurate in every other way based upon the biblical description.   The tabernacle in the wilderness was a portable place of worship God commanded the Israelites to build after he rescued them from slavery in Egypt. It was used from a year after they crossed the Red Sea until King Solomon built the first temple in Jerusalem, a period of : Jack Zavada. The tabernacle went every place the people went and when they came into the Promised Land it was set up in a semi permanent place called Shiloh. It remained there approximately years, but was. The Sanctuary. On the day after Moses returned from Mt. Sinai with the Second Tables, he gathered about him the entire congregation of Israel, and told them that G‑d had ordered them to build a place of worship, or a Tabernacle, which was to be a visible emblem of G‑d's presence in the midst of Israel."They shall make Me a sanctuary and I will dwell in their midst " were G‑d's : Jacob Isaacs.

  In the midst of the Israelite encampment in the burning desert stood the Mishkan, the Tabernacle, the sacred place where God's Presence dwelled. It was a place of glory, of beauty, of unmatched sanctity, and the focal point of Israel's existence during their journeys in .   While the Tabernacle in Siloh, the city had become the center of Worship and Adoration of the people of Israel. The Tabernacle was approximately years in Siloh during the period of the judges. The Bible tells how Elkanah and his family traveled to Shiloh every year to worship and offer sacrifices to God (1 Sa ). The Tabernacle of Ancient Israel was a sanctuary which was given in a vision to Moses as a pattern and constructed by the children of Israel. God's promise was that He would dwell within the Holy of Holies above the Mercy Seat of the Ark of the Covenant. According to the Hebrew Bible the tabernacle, also known as the Tent of the Congregation, was the portable earthly dwelling place of Yahweh used by the children of Israel from the Exodus until the conquest of Canaan. It was constructed of 4 woven layers of curtains and 48 15 foot tall standing wood boards overlaid in gold and held in place by its bars and silver sockets and was richly furnished with .