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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 7 we move to the priests and the garments they had to wear in their service of God.  Just as the design of the Tabernacle was intricate and had significant meaning, so to with the ephod, robes, breast-rice and turban the high priest had to wear.  As you look at the design the High Priest was a mini Tabernacle, walking among the people.  Once again we see echoes of Eden, but more importantly we see the fulfilment of the Tabernacle in Jesus Christ.  You can download the hand out for part 7 at

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