Written by Angelique Watkins

The Tabernacle was a symbol ofrepparttar visible Church of God on earth. It isrepparttar 126987 Tabernacle and its worship that David so frequently refers inrepparttar 126988 Psalms.


There was a Tabernacle inrepparttar 126989 camp ofrepparttar 126990 Israelites previous torepparttar 126991 erection ofrepparttar 126992 one that is generally known by that name. This was doubtlessrepparttar 126993 dwelling, orrepparttar 126994 headquarters of Moses, andrepparttar 126995 place whererepparttar 126996 public business ofrepparttar 126997 nation was transacted.

Exodus 33:7-10: Reference To The Tabernacle

verse 7: And Moses tookrepparttar 126998 tabernacle, and pitched it withoutrepparttar 126999 camp, afar off fromrepparttar 127000 camp, and called itrepparttar 127001 Tabernacle ofrepparttar 127002 congregation. And it came to pass, that every one which soughtrepparttar 127003 LORD went out untorepparttar 127004 tabernacle ofrepparttar 127005 congregation, which was withoutrepparttar 127006 camp.

verse 8: And it came to pass, when Moses went out untorepparttar 127007 tabernacle, that allrepparttar 127008 people rose up, and stood every man at his tent door, and looked after Moses, until he was gone intorepparttar 127009 tabernacle.


verse 9: And it came to pass, as Moses entered intorepparttar 127010 tabernacle,repparttar 127011 cloudy pillar descended, and stood atrepparttar 127012 door ofrepparttar 127013 tabernacle, andrepparttar 127014 LORD talked with Moses.


Written by Stanley T. Crawford

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Faith By Stanley T. Crawford

In Hebrews 11:1-12 an explanation of faith takes place. In this passage, we start with a definition of faith, “Now faith isrepparttar 126986 substance of things hoped for,repparttar 126987 evidence of things not seen. (Hebrews 11:1)”. The remaining verses proceed to describe situations where faith was exercised, andrepparttar 126988 results ofrepparttar 126989 exercised faith. When we think aboutrepparttar 126990 definition of faith, we should realize that faith demandsrepparttar 126991 belief in something before it occurs.

Faith is necessary in order to believe inrepparttar 126992 creation of all things by God, as stated in Genesis 1:1 (Hebrews 11:3). Scientist, philosophers, andrepparttar 126993 common person constantly try to rationalizerepparttar 126994 creation ofrepparttar 126995 universe; however, inrepparttar 126996 end forrepparttar 126997 Christian, faith is necessary to believerepparttar 126998 Biblical account of creation.

Several people ofrepparttar 126999 Bible had exercised their faith in God. Abel, Enoch, Noah, Abraham, and Sarah are specifically sited; these are just a few people. The faith that these individuals exhibited is required of all of us who have chosen to accept Christ and please God (Hebrews 11:6). If we take Noah for example, God spoke to him and asked him to buildrepparttar 127000 Ark. Noah acted on God’s request. (Genesis 6:13-22).

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