We will continue to study the furniture in the Tabernacle. This week we are considering the Table of the Bread and the Lampstand. What do these fixtures in the temple symbolize? How do they show us Christ? How do they apply to us today? We will consider these questions as we study Exodus 25:23-40 1.…
The ministry of elders is founded on the work of Christ and carried on in the church by those called to be his “Under-shepherds.”
In Exodus 25:10-22, we will consider the structure and the purpose of the most holy piece of furniture in the tabernacle: the ark of the covenant. Consider these points: 1. The structure of the ark and its symbolism. 2. The purpose of the ark and its function. 3. The reality in Christ.
We are starting a new section of the book of Exodus with a description of the tabernacle and its furnishings. The text is Exodus 25:1-9. We will consider these four points: 1. The purpose of the tabernacle. 2. The richness of the tabernacle. 3. The pattern of the tabernacle. 4. The reality in Christ.
Scripture Reference: Romans 5:6-11. We will consider these three points from the text: 1. The nature of God’s love revealed in the gospel. 2. The confidence we can have through Christ. 3. The joy of salvation.
We will continue in Exodus 24. This is the conclusion of the covenant ratification at Mt Sinai. We will consider these points from the text: The treasure of God’s law. The glory of God’s presence. The help of God’s mediator. The fulfillment in Christ.
We need to understand the implications of what Christ has done for us!
The text is 2 Peter 1:1-4. Here the Apostle Peter describes the blessing of saving faith. He says five things about faith: 1. Saving faith is a precious gift. 2. Saving faith is personal. 3. Saving faith comes with the power of God. 4. Saving faith rests on the promises of God’s word. 5. Saving…
This passage is a significant event in the life of the OT church. It is a foreshadow of the rich blessings that we share in Christ.
Scripture Reference: Luke 20: 45-47