Asked in New Testament, Jesus Christ
Why is Jesus in the tabernacle?
In the Old Testament, God wanted the Isrealites to be close to Him. So He had Moses build the Trinity a tabernacle, which means dwelling place. Only the Levites could go into the Tabernacle. They had different jobs, but the priests interceded for Israel and would ask God to forgive Israel. But when Jesus was on the cross, the veil was ripped in half, and now we can 'go into the tabernacle'. We can talk to God on our own. ...
Asked in Old Testament
What was Solomon's temple?
When God had Moses bring the Hebrews out of Egypt, He gave them His laws and told them to build a tabernacle so that worship could be given to Him. The tabernacle went every place the people went and when they came into the Promised Land it was set up in a semi permanent place called Shiloh. It remained there approximately 400 years, but was destroyed in 1050 B.C. by the Philistines. The Tabernacle contained all the furniture that was used...
Asked in Seventh-day Adventist, Old Testament
What is The significance of the tabernacle?
In speaking of the Tabernacle that God instructed Moses to build with specific details. It is to help all people of every nation understand His redemption for the sinner and show the pathway to His Holy throne where after being purified you may enter boldly. ...
Asked in The Bible, Old Testament
Did god tell king Solomon that he wouldn't ever build that temple again?
No it was that God told David not to build the temple , not Solomon.
Asked in Eucharist (Communion)
How can you tell there is consecrated Eucharist in the tabernacle?
There will be red light or candle near to it, called the Sanctuary light - if lit Jesus is present in the tabernacle. ...
Asked in Old Testament, Tanakh and Talmud
What is the name for the portable tabernacle designed by God?
God gave a set of social norms, prescribed religious feasts, and detailed instructions for the construction of a portable tabernacle with a holy ark, the Ark of the Covenant, in which to keep the stone tablets on which God inscribed the commandments. ...
Asked in Tanakh and Talmud, Old Testament
What does a tabernacle mean?
The word "tabernacle" is from the Latin "tabernaculum", a kind of tent. The tabernacle described in the Torah (Exodus ch.25-27) was a sanctuary for the service of God, built in such a way as to be dismantled and transported when the Israelites decamped in the wilderness. ...
Asked in Noah's Ark
What were the two things that God asked Noah to do?
To build the ark and tell the people about the coming flood
Asked in Catholicism
When does the priest genuflect and bow during the mass?
He bows and genuflects to the tabernacle to show respect for God.
Asked in Judaism, Old Testament
What did the children of Israel build in the wilderness?
the Tabernacle (Miskan) (Exodus ch.25-28, and ch.35-40).