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Title: JOURNEY THROUGH


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  • JOURNEY THROUGH
  • THE TABERNACLE

Metropolitan
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Journey Through The Tabernacle
  • TO GET THE MOST OUT OF THIS JOURNEY
  • U MUST BE SPIRITUALLY PREPARED

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Tabernacle With us LORD
  • Desire, it is a dainty word! It were much that
    He should satisfy the need, the want but He
    goeth far beyond that. Pity is moved to meet our
    need duty may sometimes look after our wants
    but to satisfy the desire im- plies a tender
    watchfulness, a sweet and gracious knowledge of
    us, an eagerness of blessing.
  • God is never satisfied until He has satisfied
    our desires.

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REMEMBER THIS AND LIVE
  • I WOULD RATHER LIVE MY LIFE AS IF THERE IS A
    GOD, AND DIE TO FIND OUT THERE ISNT THAN LIVE
    MY LIFE AS IF THERE ISNT, AND DIE TO FIND OUT
    THERE IS

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WIMSCAL WISDOM
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TRIVIA QUESTION
  • Who was the first (1st) blacksmith?

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G.P.S. GUIDANCE WEBSITE
  • W.
  • W.
  • W.
  • .
  • GOD

Gods
ill By Gods
ay In Accordance To
Gods
ORD
Gods Provisional Services
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Journey Through The TabernacleThe Origin of
the Tabernacle
  • How important Is The House Of Worship
  • !!40 Chapters Worth!!
  • The worlds most expensive!!
  • gtgtMOBLE HOMEltlt
  • It is a Precise Piece of Work!!

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Journey Through The TabernacleThe Origin of
the Tabernacle
  • What The Sanctuary Truly Is ??
  • Heb. 81,2 The point of what we are saying is
    this We do have such a high priest, who sat down
    at the right hand of the throne of the Majesty in
    heaven, and who serves in the sanct- uary, the
    true tabernacle set up by the Lord, not by man
  • !!JESUS!!

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Journey Through The TabernacleThe Origin of
the Tabernacle
  • The Christ speaks of the writings about Himself
  • Luke 2426,27 Did not the Christ have to suffer
    these things and then enter His glory? And
    beginning with Moses and all the Prophets, He
    explained to them what was said in all the
    Scriptures concern- ing Himself
  • And proves MosesJohn 539,46
  • You diligently study the Scriptures be- cause
    you think that by them you possess eternal life.
    These are the Scriptures that testify about MeIf
    you believed Moses, you would believe Me, for he
    wrote about Me

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Journey Through The TabernacleThe Origin of
the Tabernacle
  • Johns Words
  • the Word was made flesh and dwelt (Greek,
    SKENOO, Tabernacled) among us
  • It should be noted, God is particular about
    where he takes up residence
  • !!!GET YOUR FOUNDATION SET!!!
  • I. God, the architect
  • A. The Purpose of the Tabernacle
  • 1. 1st, Something visible to see,
    concerning Gods presence
  • a) The flesh is impatient

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Journey Through The TabernacleThe Origin of
the Tabernacle
  • I. God, the architect
  • A. The Purpose of the Tabernacle
  • 1. 1st, Something visible to see,
    concerning Gods presence
  • a) The flesh is impatient
  • Ex. 321-6 When the people saw that Moses was so
    long in coming downthey gathered around Aaron
    and said, Come, make us gods So all the people
    took off their earringsHe took what they handed
    him These are our gods, O Israel So the next
    day the people rose early and sacrificed burnt
    offerings and presented fellowship offerings.
    Afterward they sat down to eat and drink and got
    up to indulge in revelry

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Journey Through The TabernacleThe Origin of
the Tabernacle
  • I. God, the architect
  • A. The Purpose of the Tabernacle
  • 2. 2nd, A precursor to the ultimate
    Sacrifice, The One, The Christ
  • a) Spiritual Relevance
  • Heb. 922-26 In fact, the law requires that
    nearly everything be cleansed with bloodbut now
    He has appeared once for all at the end of the
    ages to do away with sin by the sacrifice of
    Himself
  • 3. 3rd, A place to go to unburden, ones
    self of their sins (The Church)

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Journey Through The TabernacleThe Origin of
the Tabernacle
  • I. God, the architect
  • A. The Purpose of the Tabernacle
  • 3. 3rd, A place to go to unburden, ones
    self of their sins (The Church)
  • a) A mobile structure that houses the
    Spirit of God
  • gtgtU-R-SUCH A STRUCTUREltlt
  • 2 Corin. 616-18 As God has said I will live
    with them and walk among them, and I will be
    their God, and they will be My people.
    Therefore come out from them and be separate
  • Acts 18 But you will receive power when the
    Holy Spirit comes on you and you will be My
    witnesses in Jerusalem, and in all Judea and
    Samaria, and to the ends of the earth

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Journey Through The TabernacleThe Origin of
the Tabernacle
  • I. God, the architect
  • A. The Purpose of the Tabernacle
  • 4. Summary So Gods Spirit could dwell with
    His people (You-R-That People)
  • B. The Provisions for the Tabernacle
  • 1. How does He fund His efforts??
  • a) The Material Comes FromUS
  • Ex. 251-7 Tell the Israelites to bring Me an
    offering. You are to receive the off- ering for
    Me from each man whose heart prompts him to give.
    These are the offerings you are to receive from
    them.
  • TODAYS COST 10,000,000.00

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Journey Through The TabernacleThe Origin of
the Tabernacle
  • I. God, the architect
  • B. The Provisions for the Tabernacle
  • 1. How does He fund His efforts??
  • b) Gods Way of Giving!!...
  • 2 Corin. 97 Each man should give what he has
    decided in his heart to give, not reluctant- ly
    or under compulsion, for God loves a cheerful
    giver
  • c) You have it to give just change
    your attitude about giving it WHY?
  • Deut. 818 But remember the Lord your God, for
    it is He who gives you the ability to pro- duce
    wealth, and so confirms His cove- nant, which He
    swore to your forefathers, as it is today

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Journey Through The TabernacleThe Origin of
the Tabernacle
  • I. God, the architect
  • B. The Provisions for the Tabernacle
  • 1. How does He fund His efforts??
  • c) You have it to give just change
    your attitude about giving it WHY?
  • According to Deut. 818 God, Himself gives you
    power to attain wealth. You just have to believe
    that God has said it to be so. Find yourself
    standing on His promises and youll see that all
    He wants is for you to trust Him.
  • His Programs Operate Through Us Remember That!!

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Journey Through The TabernacleThe Origin of
the Tabernacle
  • I. God, the architect
  • B. The Provisions for the Tabernacle
  • 2. When you trust look what happens!
  • Ex. 365 And said to Moses, The people are
    bringing more than enough for doing the work the
    Lord commanded to be done, (speak on the 6th
    verse)
  • a) Church Folk and the way they
    think it ought to be
  • 20 give 80 of support to the Church
  • (Let the redeemed of the Lord say so)
  • 3. Summary The burden of mater- ials, labor
    and cost isAgain US (keep in mind Deut. 818)

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Journey Through The TabernacleThe Origin of
the Tabernacle
  • I. God, the architect
  • C. The Position of the Tabernacle

It is Centrally Located
Moses, Aaron His Sons
In A Perfect Square Of 3 Tribes Each
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Journey Through The TabernacleThe Origin of
the Tabernacle
  • I. God, the architect
  • C. The Position of the Tabernacle
  • 1. Summary God wants us to pay attention
    to detail He Does!!
  • D. The Pattern of the Tabernacle
  • 1. Do it this wayEx. 299
  • According to all that I shew thee, after the
    Pattern of the tabernacle, and the Pattern of
    all the instruments thereof, even so shall ye
    make it

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Journey Through The TabernacleThe Origin of
the Tabernacle
  • I. God, the architect
  • D. The Pattern of the Tabernacle
  • 1. Do it this way
  • a) As seen from heaven through the eyes
    of Moses John
  • Rev. 83 Another angel, who had a golden censer,
    came and stood at the altar. He was given much
    incense to offer, with prayers of all the saints,
    on the golden altar before the throne
  • (The Altar For Offerings)
  • Rev. 1119 Then Gods temple in heaven was
    opened, and within His temple was seen the ark of
    His covenant. And there came flashes of
    lightning, rumblings, peals of thunder, an
    earthquake and a great hailstorm
  • (The Placing of The Ark Of The Covenant)

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Journey Through The TabernacleThe Origin of
the Tabernacle
  • I. God, the architect
  • D. The Pattern of the Tabernacle
  • 1. Do it this way
  • a) As seen from heaven through the eyes
    of Moses John
  • Rev. 155 After this I looked and in heaven the
    temple, that is, the tabernacle of the testimony,
    was opened
  • (The Front Entrance To The Tabernacle)
  • Rev. 213 And I heard a loud voice from the
    throne saying, Now the dwelling of God is with
    men, and He will live with them. They will be His
    people, and God Himself will be with them and be
    their God
  • (Where The Holy Of Holies Is)
  • HIS PRESENCE RESIDES THERE

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Journey Through The TabernacleThe Origin of
the Tabernacle
  • !!Home Ownership!!
  • Ive come to realize that the God of my
    salvation put a lot of time and effort into
    creating and shaping what stands before you
    today. I deem it indeed a privilege and an honor
    to say that God chose to tabernacle within this
    mess-of-flesh. So as I continue in my walk for
    Jesus and God the Father, I will always remember
    that living just beyond a heartbeat away is the
    Spirit of God.
  • Im Gonna Make His Stay As Comfortable As Possible

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Journey Through The TabernacleThe Origin of
the Tabernacle
  • THE PHRASE THAT PAYS!!!!!!!!!!
  • MY FAITH WILL NEVER RISE ABOVE
  • THE LEVEL OF MY CONFESSION

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Journey Through The TabernacleThe Origin of
the Tabernacle
  • B.elievers
  • I.nformation
  • B.efore
  • L.eaving
  • E.arth

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Journey Through The TabernacleThe Origin of
the Tabernacle
  • WHAT IT SAYS
  • This is my Bible, I am who my Bible say I am, I
    can do what my Bible say I can do. I have what my
    Bible say I have, my Bible teaches my spirit, my
    spirit teaches my mind, and my mind teaches my
    body. My Bible is full of promises and command-
    ments, my Bible has good and bad exam- ples. How
    do I know my Bible is true? By comparing
    scripture with scripture and spiritual things
    with spiritual things. I study my Bible to show
    myself approved, rightly dividing the Word of God.

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Journey Through The TabernacleThe Origin of
the Tabernacle
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