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The items included in this display are authentic representations of temple artifacts. This collection is priceless because of its purpose. These re-creations of Bible pieces are visible objects through which we can understand the invisible plan of God: these are the natural objects that reveal spiritual truths. The Tabernacle is the grandest of all Old Testament types of Jesus Christ. In its furnishings, priesthood, and worship we see, with a vividness that we find nowhere else, the glory and grace of Jesus Christ and the privileges of his redeemed people.
Look and Enjoy!
Dr. David Hamilton
Introduction to the Tabernacle
The tabernacle (def. Heb. Mishkan) of God in the wilderness of Sinai is the first habitation of the living God ever caused to be built for Him. During the forty days and nights Moses spent on the holy mountain, he received not only the tables with the commandments of God, but also the divine instructions for its unique construction. In the course of one year, the tabernacle was erected at the base of Mt. Sinai. For about 500 years services were performed in this tabernacle by the priests who were from the family of Aaron. These services consisted of the presentation of the many offerings and the worshipful homage through the burning of holy incense before the Lord. In this tent, and later in the Holy of Holies of King Solomon's Temple, was the place God manifested Himself, where He proclaimed his thoughts and council through Moses:
"I will commune with thee from above the mercy-seat, from between the two cherubim which are upon the ark of the testimony." (Exodus 25:22)
God's desire for fellowship with man was to find its fulfillment there. Through the Anointed One of God, Jesus Christ, it was and will be a reality. Now, through beautiful and inspiring museum-quality reproductions of Old Testament furnishings, clothing and artifacts, Tabernacle historian David Hamilton presents an exciting series of lectures on the furnishings and worship practices of the Old Testament Tabernacle using reproductions from his collection and color slide presentations.
The Tabernacle |
The Furniture |
The High Priest |
Service Vessels |
Informative Pieces |
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