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The best selling The Tabernacle pamphlet brings to life the Old Testament teaching on the Tabernacle in the Wilderness of Sinai, the place where God promised to dwell among his people. The full-color, glossy pamphlet features a cutaway illustration that provides an inside look at the Tabernacle. The artist's illustration indicates more than 15 important features of the Tabernacle, such as the Ark of the Covenant, the High Priest, and the Sacrifice, and how they relate to our relationship with God today through Christ.
Size: 8.5"x 5.5", unfolds to 33" long. Fits inside most Bible covers.
Compared to textbooks on the Tabernacle, The Tabernacle pamphlet is designed and written to be easy-to-understand and may be used for personal study or by a wide variety of groups. The Tabernacle is a tremendous teaching aid and an informative guide to teach on topics such as:
The Tabernacle pamphlet illustration, created exclusively for Rose Publishing by renowned Bible artist Stan Stein, provides an amazing inside look at the Tabernacle and all its furnishings. But this visual teaching aid not only explains the Old Testament Tabernacle in detail, it also helps young and old alike understand the symbolic relationship between the Tabernacle and Jesus Christ.
- What it was like to enter the Tabernacle
- The Pattern of Worship and the furnishings of the Tabernacle
- How the 12 Tribes of Israel camped around the Tabernacle in a specific order
- The Ark of the Covenant
- Old Testament Symbols of Jesus
- Aaron as High Priest and Jesus as the better High Priest
The content of The Tabernacle offers a wealth of information for the study leader and those they teach, including:
1. A Numbered Key to the full-color Tabernacle illustration includes Bible references and descriptions for each of the following Tabernacle features
2. An In-Depth Description of the Ark of the Covenant
- The Gate of the Court
- Court Fence
- Brazen Altar
- Laver of Bronze
- Holy Place
- Golden Lampstand
- Table of Showbread (Shewbread)
- Altar of Incense
- Most Holy Place (Holy of Holies)
- Ark of the Covenant
- Mercy Seat
- The Cloud and Pillar of Fire
- The High Priest and His Holy Garments
3. Old Testament Symbols of Jesus, including Old Testament and New Testament Bible references.
- A physical description of the Ark
- Its purpose
- Where it was placed in the Tabernacle
- The role of the Levites, the Day of Atonement and the Mercy Seat
- Where God dwelled and spoke to the Priest
- The scriptural references to the Ark of the Covenant
4. A Description and full-color illustration of the High Priest
5. The Types of Sacrifices in the Tabernacle, their purposes and scripture reference
- Clothing and the purpose of the 11 specific items found in scriptures, such as the Turban (or Mitre), onyx stones on shoulders, and breastplate with 12 precious stones
- Service of the High Priest
- Aaron, the High Priest
- Jesus, the better High Priest
6. The Journey of the Ark of the Covenant
7. The Tabernacle campsite and the placement of the 12 Tribes of Israel around the Tabernacle, including:
- From Mt. Sinai and covering 400 years beginning with the Exodus in 1450 BC
- Ending in 500 BC when Jeremiah prophesied that the Ark would be replaced by the Lord's presence.
"If you go to the Facebook page The Tabernacle Journey you will see our efforts to reach out to Sedona and our many tourists with a full-scale reproduction of the tabernacle. We actually used the Rose book to prepare the groups that were waiting to enter. One guest ordered a copy from you. It was very helpful. I attached the script we used for our guides. We had about 1000 visitors go through before one of the worst storms I have ever seen here made the structure unstable and the ground too wet. We fight quite a battle here in what the New Age calls its capital. Many were very moved. One Jewish man exclaimed at the end of the tour, 'So the tabernacle was all about the Messiah!'" --- Paul Wallace, The Tabernacle Journey
- The families of Merari and the Tribes of Naphtali, Asher, Dan
- The families Moses, Aaron and sons and the Tribes of Issachar, Judah, Zebulun
- The families of Kohath and the Tribes of Gad, Simeon, Reuben
- The families of Gershonites and the Tribes of Ephraim, Manasseh, and Benjamin
Review by: Vivian Crowley - November 12, 2009
I'm a member of a Deaf Church. We're considered a 'mission church' because we are housed within another church - we use their building. However, we meet separately (have our own worship service & Sunday School classes, church council meetings etc). A couple of ladies & myself got together to discuss how we could better reach the Deaf members of our church - more of a 'hands on' type of study. We prayed & decided we would start the new year in January with the study of the Tabernacle, next month the Temple, then study of the cross bringing together the Tabernacle & the Temple showing them how they were pointing to Christ all along. Welll we studied the Tabernacle for about 2 - 3 years. We took it slow making sure everyone was understanding what the scriptures said. At first when we began our research was very difficult locating trustworthy information. Then I learned of Rose Publications. Was at that time your company began having "visuals", a book, wall charts & etc on the Tabernacle. Was truly a breath of fresh air! From our study a teacher at school I worked had several huge pieces of cardboard - I took them totally unaware how God was going to use them (I had these pieces for about 8 months).
We prayed sharing with the Lord our desire was for those attending to experience the Tabernacle. It was NOT our intention to mock, make fun of or belittle the significance of His Tabernacle. Our sole purpose was them to experience Him in a different way, help them have a better 'picture' & a closer walk with Him.
I measured our small worship area & it was just a little bit bigger than the Holy Place & the Holy of Holies. The lady that team taught the class with me agreed we needed to reenact the Tabernacle. We were able to convert the measurements from Old Testament to our system & used every cardboard piece to make the Shrewbread Table & the Altar of Incense. The items were spray painted gold. All the colors used in the Tabernacle were used. The pulpit was turned on its side & covered with gold wrapping paper. The Lamp we had to use candles. Each member re-enacted the Brazen Alter (mimed), wash in the Laver (sink), changing the bread & etc. Still to this day they talk about that experience. We told the members (we took them in groups) those who were waiting their turn were to be praying. When the group returned they were to pray for the next group going in.
Truly truly was awesome experience! Thank you Rose Publishing for all your "visual aids"! You are soo appreciated!
Review by: Paul Dare - September 16, 2010
I love the Old Testament for many reasons. We're told of it's value, point blank style, by Paul the apostle in Romans 15:4 when he writes,
“For whatever was written in former days was written for our instruction, that through endurance and through the encouragement of the Scriptures we might have hope.” (Romans 15:4 ESV)
One of my favorite aspects of the OT is all of the imagery, on virtually every page, that points to the one who would come, Jesus Christ.
The Tabernacle, built by Moses in the book of Exodus is certainly no exception.
Rose Publishing puts out fantastic resources for the body of Christ. Their small booklet on The Tabernacle is jam-packed with pictures, information and encouragement.
Yes, encouragement, for the simple reason that the entire Tabernacle, from beginning to end, is a glorious picture of Christ, our great God and Savior.
Speaking of “beginning to end” - as usual, Rose has published another resource that is tremendously helpful and informative from beginning to end. The pictures that Rose puts in virtually every one of their books and pamphlets
are helpful all by themselves. But Rose goes above and beyond with their extensive articles, notes, charts, cross references and explanations on most everything in this pamphlet.
This fold out is a must have for any serious student of the Old Testament in general and of Christ and his types, specifically. Starting from a bird's eye view, the Tabernacle is surveyed from above with a neatly annotated color drawing to give a good overview of the entire structure and its parts. Then, with careful precision, Rose goes into the specific details of each and every
object, material and arrangement explaining not only the facts and figures of the items themselves, but their spiritual significance as well.
As you unfold the Tabernacle pamphlet, it only gets better. Some key sections that I found very helpful are -
* A thorough article on the Ark of the Covenant.
* An excellent chart detailing the symbolism of the OT and how Christ fulfills what were formerly mysterious shadows and signs.
* A full page annotated illustration of the Aaronic priest, his garments and duties.
* A breakdown of the five main sacrifices recorded in Leviticus 1-6, their symbolism and ultimate fulfillment in Christ, the lamb of God slain before the foundation of the world.
* An outstanding time line surveying the “travels” of the Ark of the Covenant from its initial construction by Moses to its highly probable destruction by the Babylonians (sorry, Raiders of the Lost Ark isn't real) around 586 B.C.
If you're in your local Christian bookstore and you see a Rose resource, buy it if you can. If you see the Rose Tabernacle pamphlet, buy it even if you can't afford it. It's well worth the money and will encourage you to see the
Bible, yes even the Old Testament, as one united book who's one and only main character is Jesus Christ, God's Son, our Passover lamb who has been sacrificed.
Review by: Paul Wallace, The Tabernacle Journey - March 14, 2011
If you go to the Facebook page The Tabernacle Journey you will see our efforts to reach out to Sedona and our many tourists with a full scale reproduction of the tabernacle. We actually used the Rose Guide to the Tabernacle to prepare the groups that were waiting to enter. One guest ordered a copy from you. It was very helpful. I attached the script we used for our guides. We had about 1000 visitors go through before one of the worst storms I have ever seen here made the structure unstable and the ground too wet. We fight quite a battle here in what the New Age calls its capital. Many were very moved. One Jewish man exclaimed at the end of the tour, "So the tabernacle was all about the Messiah!" --- Paul Wallace, The Tabernacle Journey