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The Tabernacle is the most complete and marvelous picture/type of Christ in all the The Tabernacle is the most complete and marvelous picture/type of Christ in all the Old Testament. Review: Write Q number and the missing word. 1. Beit sha’ar = House of H_____ (black goat’s) 2. Children of Israel lived 40 years in the T_____ 3. God said “ Make me a S_____ that I may d_______ among them”. 4. Tabernacle was a M_______ Tent with P____ Furniture. 5. The tribe of ____ was responsible for the setting up of the Tabernacle. 6. God’s presence was visible in the P_____ of c_____ by day and P______ of f____ by night. 7. About ___ chapters are devoted to describe the details of T. Tabernacle #2 Polson 2

Review… 8. The five different names given for Tabernacle in Exodus: a)The S_____ b) Review… 8. The five different names given for Tabernacle in Exodus: a)The S_____ b) The T______ c) The T_____ d) The Tabernacle of C______ e) The Tabernacle of T______ 9. The Plan was given to Moses by R______ on the Mount. 10. The fourfold purpose : a) Divine G_____ b) Divine G______ b) C) Divine G_____ d) Divine G_____. 11. The Tabernacle was erected in the M_____ of the camp. 12. The Tabernacle was a shadow of H_____ things. Tabernacle #2 Polson 3

Review Answers 1. Beit sha’ar = House of Hair (black goat’s) 2. Children of Review Answers 1. Beit sha’ar = House of Hair (black goat’s) 2. Children of Israel lived 40 years in the Tents. 3. God said “ Make me a Sanctuary that I may dwell among them”. 4. Tabernacle was a Mobile Tent with Portable Furniture. 5. The tribe of Levi was responsible for the setting up of the Tabernacle. 6. God’s presence was visible in the Pillar of cloud by day and Pillar of fire by night. 7. About 50 chapters are devoted to describe the details of Tabernacle #2 Polson 4

Review Answers 8. The five different names given in Exodus are: a)The Sanctuary b) Review Answers 8. The five different names given in Exodus are: a)The Sanctuary b) The Tabernacle c) The Tent d) The Tabernacle of Congregation e) The Tabernacle of Testimony 9. The Plan was given to Moses by Revelation on the Mount. 10. The fourfold purpose : a) Divine Glory b) Divine Government b) C) Divine Guidance d) Divine Grace. 11. The Tabernacle was erected in the Midst of the camp. 12. The Tabernacle was a shadow of Heavenly things. Tabernacle #2 Polson 5

Tabernacle - Study #2 Exodus 27 1. And thou shalt make an altar of Tabernacle - Study #2 Exodus 27 1. And thou shalt make an altar of shittim wood, five cubits long, and five cubits broad; the altar shall be foursquare: and the height thereof shall be three cubits. 2 And thou shalt make the horns of it upon the four corners thereof: his horns shall be of the same: and thou shalt overlay it with brass. 3 And thou shalt make his pans to receive his ashes, and his shovels, and his basons, and his fleshhooks, and his firepans: all the vessels thereof thou shalt make of brass. 4 And thou shalt make for it a grate of network of brass; and upon the net shalt thou make four brasen rings in the four corners thereof. 5 And thou shalt put it under the compass of the altar beneath, that the net may be even to the midst of the altar. 6 And thou shalt make staves for the altar, staves of shittim wood, and overlay them with brass. 7 And the staves shall be put into the rings, and the staves shall be upon the two sides of the altar, to bear it. 8 Hollow with boards shalt thou make it: as it was shewed thee in the mount, so shall they make it. Tabernacle #2 Polson 6

The 7 pieces of furniture in the Tabernacle #2 Polson 7 The 7 pieces of furniture in the Tabernacle #2 Polson 7

Introduction Biggest of all the 7 pieces of furniture. Altar = High place - Introduction Biggest of all the 7 pieces of furniture. Altar = High place - elevated, but not with steps. Lev 9: 22 And Aaron lifted up his hand toward the people, and blessed them, and came down from offering of the sin offering, and the burnt offering, and peace offering. (Also see Ex 20: 26) John 3: 14 - fulfillment of the cross. Size – indicated its importance. Place – before the door, just inside the court. First object that worshipper sees. Brazen altar (Ex 38. 30) or Altar of burnt offering (30: 28) Tabernacle #2 Polson 8

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 • Brazen Altar - basis of Levitical priesthood. • Sinner comes with his • Brazen Altar - basis of Levitical priesthood. • Sinner comes with his substitute. • Fire continually burns on the Altar. • Daily sacrifice morning and evening. • Altar was ever smoking, ever blood stained. • Ever open to a Hebrew guilty sinner. • Smell of burning flesh, heat from the fire. • Priests preparing sacrifices, blood of victims… Unforgettable scene. Tabernacle #2 Polson 10

Brazen Altar • Sinner brings his offering. • Lays hands on the animal’s head. Brazen Altar • Sinner brings his offering. • Lays hands on the animal’s head. • Transfers his sin to the innocent animal. • Shedding of blood. • Progresses into the presence of God. • Worshipper gives the best of possessions. Tabernacle #2 Polson 11

Outline: The Brazen Altar 1. Its Position 2. Its Dimensions 3. Its Materials 4. Outline: The Brazen Altar 1. Its Position 2. Its Dimensions 3. Its Materials 4. Its Utensils 5. Its Grate 6. Its Fire 7. Its Coverings. Tabernacle #2 Polson 12

1. The Position of the Altar. Immediately inside the gate of the Tabernacle. Approach 1. The Position of the Altar. Immediately inside the gate of the Tabernacle. Approach to God without the cross impossible. NT does not teach universal salvation. No lamb for the Egyptians provided. Day of atonement – for the Nation of Israel. Altar provided for chosen people. Shedding of blood reminded – Deliverance from Egypt and Approachability to God. First pass the Altar and then enter the Tabernacle #2 Polson 13

2. The dimensions of the Altar dominated the court – Largest furniture. 5 cubits 2. The dimensions of the Altar dominated the court – Largest furniture. 5 cubits long 5 cubits broad 3 cubits high. Five – the number of responsibility. One who met every responsibility – lived perfect life, fulfilled all the prophecies, finished His work. Altar is foursquare – NEWS equally available to all. 1 John 2: 2 propitiation for the sins of the world. Tabernacle #2 Polson 14

3. The Materials of the Tabernacle 3. The Materials of the Tabernacle "And thou shalt make an altar of shittim wood. . and thou shalt overlay it with brass" (vv. 1, 2). Tabernacle #2 Polson 15

Brass = mixture of copper and zinc Bronze = mixture of copper and tin. Brass = mixture of copper and zinc Bronze = mixture of copper and tin. Scofld, NKJV, NASB, NIV – Bronze. Gold – Deity and glory; Silver – Redemption Brass – Judgment Shittim/Acacia – Incorruptible, survives adverse conditions; resistant to pests. Man on the cross – holy, harmless, undefiled Victorious – no stain on his perfect person Tabernacle #2 Polson 16

Numb 21: 9 Brazen serpent Deut 28: 23 Heaven above shall be brass Isa Numb 21: 9 Brazen serpent Deut 28: 23 Heaven above shall be brass Isa 60: 17 For brass I will bring gold. Rev 1: 15 Feet was like unto fine brass Four horns - Shittim wood overlaid with brass. No size of shape indicated Lev 4: 25 blood of sin offering applied to them. Ps 118: 27 binding the sacrifice. Hab 3: 4 symbol of power and strength. Unfaltering purpose of the savior & strength of his love - Christ was bound to the cross. Tabernacle #2 Polson 17

4. The utensils of the Altar. Pans to receive ashes: Ashes reminded ‘It is 4. The utensils of the Altar. Pans to receive ashes: Ashes reminded ‘It is finished’ Jn 19: 30 Shovels: equipment for handling ashes or whatever had to be taken from the Altar. Basins: For the blood of the sacrifices to collect it and sprinkle it. Flesh hooks: For handling the parts of the sacrifice of the offerings. Fire pans: For dealing with the fire of the Altar. Tabernacle #2 Polson 18

5. The grate of the Altar. 5. The grate of the Altar. "And thou shalt make for it a grate of network of brass; and upon the net thou shalt make four brazen rings in the four corners thereof. And thou shalt put it under the compass of the altar beneath, that the net may be even to the midst of the altar" (vv. 4, 5). Tells of inward sufferings of the Savior. The fire of Divine judgment not only external and superficial. Went down into the utmost center of His being. Sin - source is in the heart, the center of man’s being; Sinless Substitute the flame searched down into His holy soul. Atoning suffering, like the sin of man, was in the heart. Fire was within the altar - its grate was "even in the midst" (v. 5). Cross - six hours were divided in the midst: the first three He suffered at the hands of men; the last three He suffered at the hands of God! Tabernacle #2 Polson 19

6. The fire on the Altar 6. The fire on the Altar "The fire shall ever be burning upon the altar. It shall never go out" (Lev 6. 13; Lev 9: 24). Our God is a consuming fire (Heb 12: 29) Aaron’s two sons – strange fire – consumed (Lev 10) It was never to be cold and dead – Day or night. After the deceit of the Gibeonites "hewers of wood and drawers of water for the congregation, and for the altar of the Lord" (Josh 9. 27). Constant supply of wood to fuel the Altar fire. Desire of Nehemiah – (Neh 13. 31). remembered for the wood offering - Altar fuel. Tabernacle #2 Polson 20

Each morning and evening a sacrificial lamb placed on fire. Israelites brought their burnt Each morning and evening a sacrificial lamb placed on fire. Israelites brought their burnt and meal offerings. Peace, sin, and trespass offerings burned in its fire. All this speaks of the Cross. The Altar itself speaks of the One who endured the flames and was not consumed by them; Shittim wood encased in brass - preserved without charring. The sacrifices - His death at Calvary was accepted in heaven. All the demands of the righteous throne of God were met. Provision was made for all the deeds of guilty, fallen man. These sacrifices are detailed in the book of Leviticus; These offerings ensured – Altar a central part of their lives. Tabernacle #2 Polson 21

7. The Covering of the Altar Numbers 4: 13, 14 7. The Covering of the Altar Numbers 4: 13, 14 "And they shall take away the ashes from the altar, and spread a purple cloth thereon. . . and they shall spread upon it a covering of badgers’ skins. " The only piece of the Tabernacle’s furniture wrapped in purple—the royal color. Denotes how closely connected were Christ’s "sufferings" with the "glory which was to follow"? (Luke 21: 26; 1 Peter 1: 1). Over the purple cloth was spread the badgers’ skins; Telling us of the world’s incapacity to discern the preciousness and the value of the death of Christ. The repentant thief saw the Royal Purple over the Altar. His Scoffing companion saw nothing but the Badgers’ skins! Tabernacle #2 Polson 22

Conclusion The Brazen Altar - place where sin judged, its wages paid. The Veil Conclusion The Brazen Altar - place where sin judged, its wages paid. The Veil told of separation because of sin. The Altar says, death is the consequences of sin. Altar also speaks of sin remitted. Divine revelation makes known an adequate provision— The Cross of Christ. There the uncompromising judgment of God dealt with sin; not by punishing the sinner, but by smiting the sinner’s Substitute— Lord Jesus Christ. "Who His own self bear our sins in His own body on the tree, that we (believers), being (legally) dead to sin, should live unto righteousness, by whose stripes we are healed" (1 Pet. 2: 24). Thanks be unto God for His unspeakable Gift. Tabernacle #2 Polson 23

Lessons for Life The altar speaks of complete dedication, Just as Christ was the Lessons for Life The altar speaks of complete dedication, Just as Christ was the complete and perfect sacrifice (Heb. 10: 1 -7). We also should offer ourselves completely as a living sacrifice to God (Rom. 12: 1 -2). Remember that today’s ashes were yesterdays sacrifices. Our relationship with God cannot be based on past events, our past sacrifices or yesterday’s achievements. Our relationship with God is vital and alive, it lives in the present, today. "Therefore God again set a certain day, calling it Today, when a long time later he spoke through David, as was said before: Today, if you hear his voice, do not harden your hearts. Hebrews 4: 7 Tabernacle #2 Polson 24