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The Tabernacle, the tent of meeting, is a key part of the story of the Children of Israel. God designed it to be a visible sign of his presence with his people and as a focus for worship. Every detail was significant and looks beyond the Children of Israel to Jesus Christ, the more perfect tent (Hebrews 9:11).

In part 5 we pick up in Exodus 26 and explore the frame of the Tabernacle and the curtains that would cover the frame and the veil that would divide the Most Holy Place, where the ark of the Lord sat, with the Holy Place and the furniture used by the priests. The design takes the people back to the garden of Eden where God dwelt with Adam and Eve. The Tabernacle’s design was to remind the people of what it meant to worship God and how his design of the Tabernacle taught them his design for worship. You can download the hand out for part 4 of this series at

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