The Tabernacle: God’s Eternal Pattern

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The Tabernacle: God’s Eternal Pattern

This book considers the central aspects of the Tabernacle. Lifting our eyes from the earthly Temple — to that not built by human hands. For that is what the Bible says God’s people are, Temples of the Living God.

About the Book

We know from Scripture that Moses was with God for 40 days up the Mountain. It was during this time God gave Moses detailed instructions on how to construct the Tabernacle as they journeyed in the wilderness. Moses carefully noted and implemented God’s plans establishing the Court, the Holy Place and the Holy of Holies. 

The Bible refers to God’s instruction as the pattern of the Tabernacle. The New Covenant describes God’s people as earthen vessels or jars of clay who contain Spiritual Treasures. So the goal of our exploration is to discover these Temple Treasures — for example identifying our inheritance in Yeshua ha Mashiach. Simply put; the Son of God dwells in our hearts by faith, and in Him we possess all the riches of the Kingdom of Heaven. So in a very real sense readers will be challenged to explore the Temple in which God has chosen to dwell.

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Series: Biblical Roots Series, Book 4
Format: PDF
Length: 106
About the Author
Clive Pooley

Clive, along with his wife Catherine, pastored an East London church for 15 years, 12 years as the senior pastor, leading them into revival, seeing God's goodness cascade through the members of the church and into the ethnically diverse community. Their passion is for people to meet personally with Jesus, to experience the Father’s love and encounter the healing power of the Holy Spirit and so live transformed lives bringing change to their community. Clive continues to write and teach, and they both minister wherever and whenever.

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