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Exodus: Freedom, Privilege, and Responsibility

bulletOutline
bulletExodus and the New Testament
bulletMajor Types
bulletStructure and the Tabernacle
bulletThree-fold Structure
bulletPurpose of the Tabernacle
bulletFurniture
bulletArticles of Wear
bulletColors

Exodus: Outline

bulletThe Exodus
bulletProjected (1-4)
bulletObstructed (5-11)
bulletEffected (12-18)
bulletThe Law
bulletCommandments (Moral)
bulletJudgments (Social)
bulletOrdinances (Religious)
bulletThe Tabernacle (25-40)
bulletDesigned (25-31)
bulletDelayed (32-34)
bulletCompleted (35-40)

Exodus and the New Testament

bulletMajor Types: Exodus under Moses, Exodus under Christ
bulletEmancipation: deliverance from Egypt, deliverance from guilt and penalty
bulletPassover: slain lamb, Lamb of Christ
bulletSheltering blood: animal, Christ
bulletExodus: national, universal
bulletBondage: physical, spiritual

Exodus and the New Testament

bulletStructure of the Tabernacle
bulletHoly of Holies (10 x 10 x 10--Cube: Symbol of Perfection)
bulletSolomonís temple (20 x 20 x 20)
bulletHeavenly Jerusalem (four square)
bulletThree-fold Structure
bulletOuter Court (body)
bulletHoly Place (soul)
bulletHoly of Holies (spirit)

Exodus and the New Testament

bulletPurpose of Tabernacle, Temple, and Church
bulletTabernacle: first dwelling place on earth
bulletTemple: dwelling place on earth
bulletIncarnation: "the Word became flesh and tabernacled among us" Jn. 1.14
bulletChurch: "a holy temple... builded together for an habitation of God" Eph. 2.21-22.
bulletRev: "Behold, the tabernacle of God is with men, and He will dwell with them, and they shall be his people" (21.3)

Exodus and the New Testament

bulletFurniture
bulletBrazen Altar of Sacrifice: Jn. 1 "Behold the Lamb of God, which takes away the sins of the world."
bulletLaver: Jn. 3"Except a man be born of water and of the Spirit, he cannot enter into the kingdom of God"
bulletShewbread: Jn. 4-6 :living water--if people drink, they shall never thirst again; living bread--if people eat, they shall live forever.

Exodus and the New Testament

bulletFurniture, cont.
bulletGolden Candlestick: Jn. 8 and 9 "I am the light of the world" ; "He that followeth me shall not walk in darkness."
bulletAltar of Incense: Jn. 14 and 16 prayer in the Name which, above all others, is dear to the heart of God.
bulletArk: Jn. 17 Prayer of Jesus, takes through the veil into the Holy of Holies.
bulletMercy Seat and Shekinah: Jn. 20 "He breathed on them, and saith unto them: Receive ye the Holy Ghost."

Exodus and the New Testament

bulletArticles of Wear for High Priest
bulletBreastplate--12 jewels (4 rows x 3) 12 tribes: Godís own written in jewels and set in gold upon the High Priestís heart.
bulletephod--short, 2-piece garment worn on shoulder: 2 onyx stones set in gold and engraved (6 names each) with 12 tribes
bulletrobe
bulletcoat
bulletlinen breeches
bulletmitre
bulletholy crown: "Holiness unto the Lord... that they may be accepted"

Exodus and the New Testament

bulletColors
bulletgold: deity
bulletpurple: royalty
bulletwhite: righteousness
bulletblue: heavenliness
bulletscarlet: sacrifice