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Tabernacle 3&4


What was each layer of the tab coverings made of and what does each typify? Badger skins--people didn't flock to Jesus because of his looks Dyed ram skins--red signified blood; Jesus was our substitute Goat skin--Christ as our sin offering Fine linen--the righteousness of Christ
What do the colors blue, scarlet and purple symbolize? blue--heaven (Christ's origin) scarlet--Christ's blood purple--Christ's diety red and blue make purple--Christ is the one who reconciles us to God
what were inner covering curtains made of fine-twined linen with angels sewn into them
Altar means "high place"; type of what Jesus being liften up on Calvary
why would all the rest of the worship been in vain without the blood shed on the altar The priest needed the blood to sprinkle on the rest of the furniture because Christ's blood covers our sin; without it there would be to access to God or covering for sin
What do brass, gold and wood represent Brass--judgment of sin Gold--diety, which covers humanity (wood)
where was the brazen laver located and what did it represent between brazen altar and Holy Place; Christ's burial and our cleansing
what does the shewbread typify The word of God and the body of Jesus (he was the bread of life)
in the church, what does the altar of incense represent the prayers of the saints
what did the veil separate the Holy place from the Holy of Holies and God from us
Created by: bkwrm12



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