Tabernacle Pamphlet : Symbolism In The Tabernacle
High Gloss Plastic Coated Sheet
Size: 8.5″ X 5.5″ 12-14 Panels Unfolds To 33″ Long
The Tabernacle pamphlet
The pamphlet shows a beautiful picture of the Old Testament Tabernacle in the Wilderness of Sinai. The Tabernacle was the special “tent of meeting” that God instructed Moses to build. It was placed in the center of the camp and could be set up and taken down whenever the Children of Israel traveled. Drawn to Bible measurements, this picture points out all of the important features: the Ark of the Covenant, the High Priest, the Holy Place, the Holy of Holies, the Brazen Altar, the pillar of fire and more. Includes more than a dozen illustrations and diagrams. Includes measurements, explanations, a list of sacrifices, symbols, and a time line. Perfect for adults and children
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SKU (ISBN): 9781890947996
Compiled by: Rose Publishing
Binding: Trade Paper
Published: March 2005
Publisher: Rose Publishing
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