The portable earthly dwelling place of Yahweh during the Exodus
Patrick addresses a listener who is upset about a Catholic women's college allowing transgender men to attend. They discuss the decay happening within both the Protestant and Catholic churches, and Patrick shares his thoughts on the possibility of living in the end times. Later, a caller raises the issue of the absence of crucifixes in certain churches and the overemphasis on images of Mary. Patrick explores the theological significance of sacred art and offers insight into the historical context of iconoclasm in the Church. Argentine president Milei invites Pope Francis to visit Susan - I found a full sister by using the DNA test. It has been such a blessing to me. Rae - My mom was adopted and was told that her mom had died. Later we did a DNA test and found out the truth about her past. Pat - I got some Rosaries from Ireland with 7 decades and 7 beads per decade. What does that mean? Norm - I read an article about a transgender woman at an all-woman school in Notre Dame. I see a lot of destruction in both the protestant and Catholic Churches. (20:23) Emily – What's up with the lack of crucifixes in churches? I see lots of artwork of Our Lady but no crucifixes. (229:03) Christine (email) – I'm having a hard time with all the announcements during Mass Christina - I'm looking to get the Dogma of Hell and it is being packaged with another book by Thomas Nelson. Do you recommend I get both? Michael - If you are baptized Catholic but don't go to Church, is that okay? (46:28) George - I am a deacon and I think that in the Church we don't rely on images of Crucifixes because Jesus is present in the Tabernacle
For this episode, we're revisiting one of our favourite events from the past few years, The Poetry Pharmacy Returns. Back in 2019, we gathered a stellar line-up to celebrate the power of poetry all thanks to the vision of publisher William Sieghart. Sieghart's Poetry Pharmacy books look to use the written word as a healing antidote to many of life's everyday challenges. Sieghart will be returning to the stage soon with Intelligence Squared alongside BBC broadcaster Sarah Montague and another array of superb actors to make the words of great poets come alive once more at The Power of Poetry: Words to Heal and Inspire taking place at the Tabernacle in London on Tuesday the 5th of December. Head to Intelligence Squared.com for tickets. For this recording, which took place in 2019, onstage were Sieghart, the novelist and broadcaster Sarah Dunant, plus actors Dominic West, Nina Sosanya, Greta Scacchi and Martha West. The event was chaired by the author, playwright and broadcaster Bonnie Greer. ... Become a supporter of Intelligence Squared to get access to all of our longer form interviews and members-only content. Just visit intelligencesquared.com/membership to find out more. For £4.99 per month you'll receive: - Full-length and ad-free Intelligence Squared episodes, wherever you get your podcasts - Bonus Intelligence Squared podcasts, curated feeds and members exclusive series - 15% discount on livestreams and in-person tickets for all Intelligence Squared events - Our member-only newsletter The Monthly Read, sent straight to your inbox ... Or Subscribe on Apple for £4.99: - Full-length and ad-free Intelligence Squared podcasts - Bonus Intelligence Squared podcasts, curated feeds and members exclusive series ... Already a subscriber? Thank you for supporting our mission to foster honest debate and compelling conversations! Visit intelligencesquared.com to explore all your benefits including ad-free podcasts, exclusive bonus content, early access and much more ... Subscribe to our newsletter here to hear about our latest events, discounts and much more. https://www.intelligencesquared.com/newsletter-signup/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
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Among the many components of the Tabernacle are the curtains. What do curtains and unity have in common and how do they relate to the Tabernacle? The curtains play an important role in the function of the Tabernacle and may have more meaning than you'd have ever considered before.
With the 10th and final plague poured out by God, we see Pharaoh release the Israelites from their captivity in Egypt. This week we wrap up our two-part teaching on the Passover with a few more details on the annual celebration. We also tackle most of Exodus 13, looking at Consecration, Sanctification, and Redemption and how each of those plays out in the book of Exodus. Outline: 01:25 - Intro to Exodus 12 & 13 03:18 - Exodus 12.29-30 - 10th plague unleashed. 06:16 - Exodus 12.31-42 - Israel's exodus from Egypt 08:09 - Ex 12.31-32 - GO - Pharaoh releases Israel. 09:35 - Ex 12.32 - “and also bless me” 10:20 - Ex 12.33-36 - the people of Egypt support Israel Numbers 33.3-4 Psalm 105.37-38 12:41 - Ex 12.37 - Ramses identified as Qantir. 15:01 - Succoth identified as Tell el Maskhuta (near Ismailia) 16:34 - Ex 12.37 - 600,000 men - Estimate between 2-2.5million total people left Egypt Exodus 38.26l 18:28 - Ex 12.38 - Who were the Mixed Multitude? Numbers 11.4 Matthew 7.21-23 23:49 - Ex 12.40 - Israel is in Egypt 430 years Genesis 15.13 Acts 7.6 25:33 - Exodus 12:43-51 - additional Passover restrictions 26:40 - Ex 12:46 - No bones broken Psalm 34.20 John 19.28-36 30:02 - why did they break the legs? 32:03 - Ex 12:43-49 - No foreigner may eat it. 34:51 - Exodus 13.1-16 37:35 - Define Consecration & Sanctification Some sanctified things in the Bible - The Sabbath, (Exodus 31.12-18) The Tabernacle, (Lev 8.10) The Tribe of Levi. (Num. 3.12) 41:18 - Redemption Defined Exodus 6.6, Exodus 15.13 Psalm 77.14-15 Isaiah 43.3 John 8:33-34 Mark 10:45 Romans 3:24 Eph 1:7 1 Peter 1:18-19 The ordinance of Redemption - Lev 12 and Num 18.14-19. Leviticus 12.6-8 Luke 2.22-24). 48:24 - Phylacteries Article from https://www.gotquestions.org/phylacteries.html Exodus 13.1-10, 11–16 Deuteronomy 6.4-9; 11.13–21. Matthew 23.1-12 54:21 - Communion: Pesahim 10.5 (from the Mishnah) Matthew 26.17-28 1 Corinthians 11.26 Support Iron Sheep Ministries: https://Ironsheep.org/donate Listen to the podcast: https://anchor.fm/ironsheep Contact Dave & the ISM team: firstname.lastname@example.org Be notified of each new teaching, join the email list: http://eepurl.com/g-2zAD Books used or referenced: Dave reads from an NIV (New International Version) of the Bible. Barker, Kenneth L.. Kohlenberger, John R. III. The Expositor's Bible Commentary, Abridged, Old Testament. Grand Rapids, MI: Zondervan, 1994. Purchase: https://www.christianbook.com/expositors-bible-commentary-abridged-edition-volumes/kenneth-barker/9780310255192/pd/54975?event=ESRCG Danby, Herbert. The Mishnah. Peabody, MA: Hendrickson, 2019. Purchase: https://www.christianbook.com/the-mishnah/9781598569025/pd/569025?event=ESRCN|M Enns, Peter. The NIV Application Commentary, Exodus. Grand Rapids, MI: Zondervan, 2000. Purchase: https://www.christianbook.com/exodus-niv-application-commentary/peter-enns/9780310206071/pd/0206073?event=ESRCG Tenney, Merrill. New International Bible Dictionary. Grand Rapids, MI: Zondervan, 1987. Purchase: https://www.christianbook.com/niv-dictionary-of-the-bible/j-d-douglas/9780310534891/pd/0534891?event=ESRCG Wiersbe, Warren W.. The Bible Exposition Commentary, Old Testament, The Pentateuch. Colorado Springs, CO: David C. Cook, 2001. https://www.christianbook.com/the-bible-exposition-commentary-6-volumes/warren-wiersbe/9786125030474/pd/030474?event=ESRCG --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/ironsheep/support
Britton and John are joined by pastor Tim to talk about Romans 7:14-25. They explore how our salvation is different from the process of sanctification, and discuss practical ways to wage war against sin in our lives. To learn more about the Tabernacle visit us online at: thetabchurch.com.
In the hustle and bustle of the holiday season, we can sometimes lose sight of the reason for our celebration. On today's edition of Family Talk, the late Pastor Adrian Rogers continues his presentation on the subject of biblical thankfulness. He highlights ancient Israel's approach to gratefulness in the Tabernacle, and how Christians today can honor God. To support this ministry financially, visit: https://www.oneplace.com/donate/707/29
Exodus 401 The LORD spoke to Moses, saying, 2 “On the first day of the first month you shall erect the tabernacle of the tent of meeting. 3 And you shall put in it the ark of the testimony, and you shall screen the ark with the veil. 4 And you shall bring in the table and arrange it, and you shall bring in the lampstand and set up its lamps. 5 And you shall put the golden altar for incense before the ark of the testimony, and set up the screen for the door of the tabernacle. 6 You shall set the altar of burnt offering before the door of the tabernacle of the tent of meeting, 7 and place the basin between the tent of meeting and the altar, and put water in it. 8 And you shall set up the court all around, and hang up the screen for the gate of the court.9 “Then you shall take the anointing oil and anoint the tabernacle and all that is in it, and consecrate it and all its furniture, so that it may become holy. 10 You shall also anoint the altar of burnt offering and all its utensils, and consecrate the altar, so that the altar may become most holy. 11 You shall also anoint the basin and its stand, and consecrate it. 12 Then you shall bring Aaron and his sons to the entrance of the tent of meeting and shall wash them with water 13 and put on Aaron the holy garments. And you shall anoint him and consecrate him, that he may serve me as priest. 14 You shall bring his sons also and put coats on them, 15 and anoint them, as you anointed their father, that they may serve me as priests. And their anointing shall admit them to a perpetual priesthood throughout their generations.”16 This Moses did; according to all that the LORD commanded him, so he did. 17 In the first month in the second year, on the first day of the month, the tabernacle was erected. 18 Moses erected the tabernacle. He laid its bases, and set up its frames, and put in its poles, and raised up its pillars. 19 And he spread the tent over the tabernacle and put the covering of the tent over it, as the LORD had commanded Moses. 20 He took the testimony and put it into the ark, and put the poles on the ark and set the mercy seat above on the ark. 21 And he brought the ark into the tabernacle and set up the veil of the screen, and screened the ark of the testimony, as the LORD had commanded Moses. 22 He put the table in the tent of meeting, on the north side of the tabernacle, outside the veil, 23 and arranged the bread on it before the LORD, as the LORD had commanded Moses. 24 He put the lampstand in the tent of meeting, opposite the table on the south side of the tabernacle, 25 and set up the lamps before the LORD, as the LORD had commanded Moses. 26 He put the golden altar in the tent of meeting before the veil, 27 and burned fragrant incense on it, as the LORD had commanded Moses. 28 He put in place the screen for the door of the tabernacle. 29 And he set the altar of burnt offering at the entrance of the tabernacle of the tent of meeting, and offered on it the burnt offering and the grain offering, as the LORD had commanded Moses. 30 He set the basin between the tent of meeting and the altar, and put water in it for washing, 31 with which Moses and Aaron and his sons washed their hands and their feet. 32 When they went into the tent of meeting, and when they approached the altar, they washed, as the LORD commanded Moses. 33 And he erected the court around the tabernacle and the altar, and set up the screen of the gate of the court. So Moses finished the work.34 Then the cloud covered the tent of meeting, and the glory of the LORD filled the tabernacle. 35 And Moses was not able to enter the tent of meeting because the cloud settled on it, and the glory of the LORD filled the tabernacle. 36 Throughout all their journeys, whenever the cloud was taken up from over the tabernacle, the people of Israel would set out. 37 But if the cloud was not taken up, then they did not set out till the day that it was taken up. 38 For the cloud of the LORD was on the tabernacle by day, and fire was in it by night, in the sight of all the house of Israel throughout all their journeys.
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You are called to be a priest, and God wants to use priests like you to prepare the way for Him to move and work on earth. But for Him to do that, we need to prepare our lives in pursuing God. In "The Pattern of Pursuing Jesus," Pastor James looks at the Tabernacle and shows us how each element in it serves as a roadmap for drawing near to God.
Hebrews 9:1-14 // We have access to God through Jesus who has opened the way to the Most Holy Place. Jesus is our eternal, perfect High Priest and He is the perfect sacrifice that cleanses our consciences. Our responsibility is to use our access to God and not to take it casually. The main purpose of this access is to worship our God and Savior.
We are dust. It's not an inspiring reality, but it's one that should humble us. We have come from the dust, and because of sin, we will return to the dust. The dust reminds us that we are mortal and our days our fleeting. Yet for all who are in Christ, we have great hope beyond the dust. The creation of Adam (Gen 2) points us forward to the resurrection of the second Adam (1 Cor 15), and the coming of the New Creation (Rev 21-22). As we approach this Sunday, take some time to read Genesis 2:4-14 and consider what this text reveals about God and man, and think about how the words and themes introduced in this passage are threaded throughout the Scriptures.May the Lord bless our fellowship this Lord's Day as we gather to worship Him!Blessings in Christ,Pastor BenAs a reminder, the Dale City Community Group will be in overflow this Sunday.-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Discussion & Response Questions (Genesis 2:4–14)How does Genesis 2:4–14 function in relationship to the Creation Week (Gen 1:1–2:3)?How is Genesis 2:4–14 organized?What should we notice when we read “LORD God” (YHWH Elohim) instead of “God” (Elohim)?What do you observe about God's attributes and works in Genesis 2:4–14? Compare and contrast with creation and mankind.What is unique to the antediluvian (pre-Flood) world?How is the creation of man unique from the creation of everything else?Consider the significance of dust throughout the Scriptures. What are practical implications of being of the dust, and returning to the dust?How does man receive life? What is significant about this? How is this theme threaded throughout the Scriptures?What might be observed about the rivers, gold, and precious stones mentioned in Genesis 2? Compare and contrast with the Tabernacle, Temple, and New Creation.How ought we to respond to this text?
Two weeks ago, Matt read several chapters outlining the design details of what was the centerpiece of faith in the living God in ancient Israel. It's called the Tabernacle. It was a tent-like structure, with an ark, an altar, tables, lampstands, curtains, and more. This portable tabernacle was the focal point of worship and forgiveness for Israel for the next 400-500 years, until King Solomon built the permanent structure, the temple. Though this tabernacle was portable, it was a beautiful, […]
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A new MP3 sermon from First RPC of Cambridge is now available on SermonAudio with the following details: Title: A Heavenly Tabernacle Subtitle: Epistle to the Hebrews Speaker: Noah Bailey Broadcaster: First RPC of Cambridge Event: Sunday Service Date: 11/12/2023 Bible: Hebrews 9:15-28; Zechariah 9:9-17 Length: 44 min.
Today's episode continues our study of the well-known House of Tzadok (the "Zadokites") as it relates to the life of Yeshua, Hebrew Scripture, and the New Covenant. Recall from Hebrew Scripture a hereditary line that began with Abraham and then to Isaac, to Jacob. Then, through Leah, Jacob's wife, she conceived and gave birth to Levi, which means “attached” or “joined.” Through her son Levi, a son was born - Kohat. He later produced Amram. Amram added two sons, Moses and Aaron. These two were split into two unique branches, each with special functions. The branch of Aaron came to be established through his sons. They were Eliezer, Itamar, Nadav, and Avihu. These four were set apart to serve as Priests to El Elyon in the Tabernacle. Still, Scripture tells us that Aaron's sons Nadav and Avihu died as a punishment for their rebellion. Then, Aaron's son Itamar later produced sons, establishing the House of Ithamar. Still, due to more rebellion, that house of descendants was forever forbidden to serve in the priesthood, leaving only Aaron's firstborn son, Eliezer, who was chosen to carry on the hereditary line of the Aaronic priesthood. Later, Eliezer passed on his elected authority to Pinchas, who passed it down to a man named Tzadok. He became the chosen priest for the House of David and Solomon. Just before the birth of Yeshua, John (Yochanan), the Son of Zechariah and Elisheva (Luke 1:5), received the Mantle of Zadok authority. He transferred his authority over to Yeshua, son of Miriam and Yosef, but in a way that appears to be an "upline" transfer (kind of like a spiritual loop) which returns to its beginning through the Order of Melchizedek (Genesis 14:18), who was and continues as King Tzadok of the celestial city of Shalem. All who come into the New Covenant by receiving the testimony of Yeshua are then included into the chosen and elected priesthood status of the Order of Melchizedek, at least, according to Exodus 19:5-6, and are therefore called the "Sons of Tzadok" and Yehovah's "Sons of Light." Let's look into this historical line of Tzadok in today's study, Episode 137 and Part 24 in the Chronology of Yeshua's Last Passover Week.
The TABERNACLE that GOD commanded MOSES to build with very precise instructions (including an outer layer of what many Bible scholars believe to be porpoise skin or some other kind of marine mammal) - Everything about the tabernacle in some way represents CHRIST. We will be exploring how that outer layer of porpoise skin on the tabernacle represents Christ.
Today's episode continues our study of the well-known House of Tzadok (the "Zadokites") as it relates to the life of Yeshua, Hebrew Scripture, and the New Covenant.Recall from Hebrew Scripture a hereditary line that began with Abraham and then to Isaac, to Jacob. Then, through Leah, Jacob's wife, she conceived and gave birth to Levi, which means “attached” or “joined.” Through her son Levi, a son was born - Kohat. He later produced Amram. Amram added two sons, Moses and Aaron. These two were split into two unique branches, each with special functions.The branch of Aaron came to be established through his sons. They were Eliezer, Itamar, Nadav, and Avihu. These four were set apart to serve as Priests to El Elyon in the Tabernacle. Still, Scripture tells us that Aaron's sons Nadav and Avihu died as a punishment for their rebellion. Then, Aaron's son Itamar later produced sons, establishing the House of Ithamar. Still, due to more rebellion, that house of descendants was forever forbidden to serve in the priesthood, leaving only Aaron's firstborn son, Eliezer, who was chosen to carry on the hereditary line of the Aaronic priesthood. Later, Eliezer passed on his elected authority to Pinchas, who passed it down to a man named Tzadok. He became the chosen priest for the House of David and Solomon.Just before the birth of Yeshua, John (Yochanan), the Son of Zechariah and Elisheva (Luke 1:5), received the Mantle of Zadok authority. He transferred his authority over to Yeshua, son of Miriam and Yosef, but in a way that appears to be an "upline" transfer (kind of like a spiritual loop) which returns to its beginning through the Order of Melchizedek (Genesis 14:18), who was and continues as King Tzadok of the celestial city of Shalem. All who come into the New Covenant by receiving the testimony of Yeshua are then included into the chosen and elected priesthood status of the Order of Melchizedek, at least, according to Exodus 19:5-6, and are therefore called the "Sons of Tzadok" and Yehovah's "Sons of Light."Let's look into this historical line of Tzadok in today's study, Episode 137 and Part 24 in the Chronology of Yeshua's Last Passover Week.Support the show
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God has a certain covering that is required of His people - one that was used both in the Tabernacle and in the covering of the nakedness of Adam and Eve. It is clear that man's idea of being covered is not equivalent to being covered in God's sight. Our bodies should be modestly covered so that the attention of others can be drawn to what is within us, not without. 11/16/2023 - Thursday NightScriptures Used (In Order of Occurrence):Numbers 9:15Isaiah 4:1Genesis 2:25Genesis 3:7, 10, 21Exodus 28:42Exodus 20:26Isaiah 47:2-3I Timothy 2:9John 21:7Revelation 2:20II Kings 9:30Proverbs 6:25Jeremiah 4:30Ezekiel 23:40-41Jude 1:8I Corinthians 6:19-20I Corinthians 3:16
Today, the funeral services were held from President M. Russell Ballard, the late, acting president of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Boyd attended the funeral held inside the historic Tabernacle. He highlights some of the stories and messages shared that described President Ballard best and what principles we can learn from his life and ministry.
Our Father's Love (Part 4) “You've Supercharged My Life”Psalm 103:5 “You satisfy my every desire with good things. You've supercharged my life so that I soar again like a flying eagle in the sky!”Last quarter, my Encounter Ministries class was all about intimacy with Christ, and I have to tell you, I am really feeling it. I can feel myself falling deeper and deeper in love with Christ, God, and the Holy Spirit. I have read the Psalms before and listened to the entire Bible three times now, yet things are hitting me differently this time. I am finding the words in the passion translation so easy to understand. I am being drawn into this relationship with the Lord in the most gentle way. It is not as if I have to spend time with Him. It is as if I can't wait to spend time with Him.Now, that doesn't mean I am doing this perfectly. I have found that I love to sit in the church when it is just me and the Tabernacle and spend time with God. I feel so close to Him. Yet, I am simply not making the time to do that. I say this because I want you to know I struggle to do the right thing, just as many of you are. We want to spend time with the Lord, say all the prayers, and have all the devotions, yet life keeps getting in the way.Guess what, my sisters, my brothers, life is not getting in the way. Life is the thing we were put here to do. Some people, very few people considering, are sent here to seclude themselves and spend almost all their time communing with God. God has called them to that task, and they have accepted. I always think that would be such a great way to live. Nothing getting in the way of my time with God. Then I remembered that if it were just me and God, I wouldn't have my husband. I wouldn't have my kids. I wouldn't see my siblings or parents as much. They were called to that life and get to spend a lot of time with the Lord, but that doesn't mean their life or their decision is easy. They are sacrificing a lot to live that life. I am so grateful to those who answered that call because we all benefit from their sacrifices, loyalty, devotion, and prayers.Most of us are called to live in the world but not be of the world. We are called to live out our lives in various professions. We are called to live and interact with people. We are not called to be alone. This, too, comes with its own set of challenges. We have to navigate having to be in the world and yet not of the world. We have to figure out how to be a reflection of Christ to those around us. This is not always easy to do. It is easy to get caught up in the world and our lives and forget to make time for the Lord. So many people I know feel frustrated with their lack of time and energy. Most people I know seem tired and feel like they have no more to give. They have used up all they have been given.We feel this way because we are not making time for the Lord. He is our strength. He is where our power and energy comes from. I love the part of the verse above that says, “You've supercharged my life so that I soar again like a flying eagle in the sky!” When we feel weak, worn out, and completely helpless, we can turn to the Lord, who can fill us back up again. I think I love this translation because it shows the power of the Lord. The power of the Holy Spirit, which we are blessed to have living inside of us. I remember hearing a testimony of a little girl about seven or so. She was laying hands on her aunt to pray for healing. She said she felt this heat and this electricity go through her hands just before she put them on her aunt. She said it felt like her arm was plugged into an electrical socket or something. That is the power of the Holy Spirit.The wording of this verse says, “You've supercharged my life so that I soar again like a flying eagle in the sky.” How many of us could use our lives to be supercharged? How many days at 3:00 in the afternoon do you wish the Holy Spirit would come and supercharge your life so you can be awake for the rest of the day? How many of us are just going through the motions day after day, and we need the Lord to come in and supercharge our lives? We need the Holy Spirit to jolt us awake to truly live our lives. So often, it takes a tragedy to help us wake up and see how vital and precious life is. Don't wait for a tragedy. Wake up and see the beauty of each new day today.The first part of this verse says, “You satisfy my every desire with good things.” Did you know the Lord is the one who puts the desires down deep in your heart? Don't you think He will help you achieve them if He gave you them? The hard part in all of this is waiting for them. We live in a world where we get instant gratification. Have you ever stopped to think about what it was like before all the modern inventions we have today? Have you ever thought about how long it must have taken to cook things back in the day? Today, we look for the next thing to make our lives easier. We want an Instapot because we don't want to wait 40 minutes for our chicken to cook in the oven when an Instapot can cook it in 10 minutes. I hate waiting 30 minutes for the heat to warm up a room. Imagine lighting a fire and waiting for that to heat the whole house. Imagine having to light candles to have light in the house.I say all of this to show you why it makes sense that we struggle to wait for God's timing. It makes sense that we would be impatient when things take a while because we are used to having what we want when we want it. I ordered a canister of tea online the other day, which was delivered to my door the next day. Sometimes, we can have a desire placed in our hearts, and it can be there for a very long time, and we get so tired of waiting. This might be you right now. You might read this verse or listen to it and think, “God is not satisfying my every desire with good things.” If this is your reality right now, I want to ask you to take that to God and ask Him about it. Don't feel as though you should just be grateful for what you have. Yes, be grateful for what you have, and also ask God for the desires you are still waiting for. In our prayer group, God tells us repeatedly that we are not asking for too much. We are asking for too little. God wants to grant us our heart desires.This thought keeps coming up in the back of my head, so I think I am supposed to address it. What about the mom who constantly desired to have children of her own and didn't? What about the mom who wanted a big family and only had one child? What about the man who wanted to get married and yet never did? Honestly, I don't know. I am not sure why those desires went unfulfilled. So many things about God and how He does things remain a mystery to me, and they probably always will. I don't think we will be able to ever fully understand the complexity of God while we are still living. I think the Holy Spirit put this on my mind to let you know that if you have desires that have been unfulfilled, know that God sees you. He knows your desires and is right there with you while you wait.If you have deep desires that have gone unfulfilled, bring them to the Lord. It is ok to seek understanding. It is ok to express your frustration, disappointment, and even anger to the Lord. He already knows you are feeling it anyway, so why not take it to Him and ask Him for help processing it? Taking all of that to the Lord and asking for help instead of trying to process it on your own will help you to grow closer to Him instead of further away. He wants to talk to us. He wants to be a part of everything we do.I really wish I had a better answer for you. I wish I knew why this says He satisfies every desire, yet it doesn't seem that way to some of us. I do know that the Holy Spirit would not let me get that thought out of my head, and I feel I was supposed to mention it even though I don't have an answer. Maybe I was supposed to bring it up so you would know you are not alone, you are not forgotten, and that it is ok to bring it to God and ask for understanding and wisdom into your circumstances. I pray you get the understanding you seek. The Lord says to ask, and it will be given; knock, and the door will be answered. Seek, and you shall find. What is on my heart right now is that we need to seek more. Don't just be content with the disappointment. God is not a God of disappointment. Seek understanding, seek clarity. God has more for us if we just seek Him more.Dear Heavenly Father, I ask you to bless all those listening to this episode today. Lord, we thank you for fulfilling our deepest desires with good things. Thank you for supercharging our lives, Lord. We will take all you want to give us. More, Lord, more! Lord, some have deep desires that have not been fulfilled, and it doesn't look like they will be filled. We ask that you give them understanding and clarity into your ways. We ask that you heal their hearts. We ask that you be with them; when they come to you, they gain the understanding they need. We love you, Lord, and we ask all of this in accordance with your will and in Jesus' mighty name, Amen!Thank you so much for joining me on this journey to walk boldly with Jesus. I look forward to meeting you here again tomorrow. Remember, Jesus loves you, and so do I. Have a blessed day!
A new MP3 sermon from Sooner Rose Baptist Church is now available on SermonAudio with the following details: Title: The Candlestick Subtitle: The Tabernacle Speaker: Pastor Doug Bell Broadcaster: Sooner Rose Baptist Church Event: Sunday - PM Date: 11/15/2023 Length: 54 min.
Britton, Adam, and John discuss what it looks like to seek first God's kingdom in the midst of pain and suffering. Pain and suffering is something we will all face at some point. In this podcast, they talk about finding purpose and meaning in the valley, and persevering in honoring God despite the circumstances. To learn more about the Tabernacle visit us online at: thetabchurch.com.
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Reach out and connect to my ministry and help me to continue to make and share great FREE Biblical content everyday by supporting my ministry at | PatreonWelcome to the Latest Episodein our series exploring the Book of Leviticus: Living a Life of Sacred Service"In this episode, we dive into Leviticus 22:1-16 to unravel the intricate regulations and principles governing the consecrated offerings in the Old Testament. While these ancient instructions may not directly apply to us today, they hold valuable lessons for those who serve the Lord and seek to live a life of devotion and service.Episode Notes:Living a Life of Sacred Service - Leviticus 22:1-16Honoring Sacred Offerings:The importance of maintaining ceremonial cleanliness before partaking in the holy offerings, emphasizing the need for a pure and devoted heart in service to the Lord.The consequences of violating these regulations, including being cut off from the presence of the Lord, not referring to losing salvation, but rather being unable to perform priestly duties within the Tabernacle.Principles and Lessons:The distinction between being ceremonially unclean and committing a sin, highlighting the need for ongoing cleansing and forgiveness in the Christian walk.The role of the priest in overseeing the consumption of sacred offerings to ensure adherence to these regulations.Addressing the issue of slavery in the context of biblical teachings, emphasizing that while the Bible acknowledges slavery, it does not condone it. Instead, it encourages love and respect among believers, irrespective of social circumstances.Applying the Principles:A call to apply the meticulous attention to detail and devotion demonstrated in these ancient regulations to our own service and commitment to God.The importance of embracing every aspect of God's Word and not picking and choosing which parts to follow, reflecting a dedicated and obedient heart.As you listen to this episode, consider how these ancient regulations and principles can inspire you to serve the Lord with a pure heart, dedication, and attention to detail. Remember that our devotion to God should extend to every area of our lives, just as the priests were called to approach their service with the utmost reverence and obedience.Thank you for joining us in this episode of "Exploring Leviticus: Living a Life of Sacred Service." Stay tuned for more insights and discussions as we continue our exploration of this intriguing biblical book.Support the showFurther Discipleship Training Courses Free at;linkedin.com/in/jeremy-mccandless-68353b16Podcast Archive also athttps://www.youtube.com/c/JeremyRMcCandlessThe LIFE Podcast - The Bible Project | FacebookMy Amazon Author Pageamazon.com/author/jeremymccandlessJeremy McCandless is creating podcasts and devotional resources | PatreonHelp us continue making great content for listeners everywhere.https://thebibleproject.buzzsprout.com
Have you ever wondered why blood was needed for the sacrifice of sins? Or the reasons why the Tabernacle was built? Or the roles of High Priests? As we progress in our series on Sketches and Fullness, Pastor Nelson expounds on The High Priest and The Lamb. These had a very sanctified role in the Old Testament relationship between God and the Israelites. Christ came as the perfect Lamb and High Priest, offerings Himself as a sacrifice securing our redemption forever. As you listen to this teaching, we hope you clearly see the Plan of God for Salvation and Jesus as your High Priest who has atoned for our sins forever.
The Pattern of HeavenExodus 25:1-9IntroductionA trip through cathedrals – illiterate people and keeping the faith by art and sculptures.A lot of history in these amazing structures: major events, burials, events that moved the world to remember: Luther nailing his 95 theses to the church door in Wittenberg that began a reformation! Or the move in Leipzig that brought down the Berlin Wall? Or the simple pastor in Timisoara, Romania that brought about the downfall of the government there. The many small chapels across England as John Wesley preached up and down the land. Show pictures:Sistine Chapel at the Vatican- ItalyCathedral in Krakow, PolandCathedral in MilanCathedral in Salisbury – a worker who loved JesusCathedral in Wesel – Peter Minuit who bought Manhatten from the IndiansSt. Paul's Cathedral London – taken into the Holy of HoliesBut all of these do not compare with what God gave to Moses!Then the Tabernacle – above all the othersRead TextThe Character and nature of God is revealedThrough the blood of JesusThe courtyard for sin, and the Holy place leading to the Holy of Holies.46x23 meters (150 feet X 75 feet) cf Biltmore is 175,000 ft2 CFNBC 11,250 ft2Outer Court and Inner CourtHoly Place – 10 X 5 meters 48x24Holy of Holies – 5 X 5 meters 24ftWorshiper could not go any further than bringing sacrifice to altar. Only priests could go farther to laver. Worth – Over 100 billion USD equivalent.See the Revelation 21 for the New JerusalemPrayers of incense Revelation 5:8 and 8:3,4Assumptions and shadows. Solving the mystery and wanting to know all things. But there are issues that can develop because of this: the presence and leadership of God is replaced by dead works and dead traditions. Where there. Is no life being infused, but the very condemnation that does not come from the Father: ignoring him can lead to lifelessness. See what happens in Exodus 32.1See what is in Cebu or in Chichicastenango. The tents in the wilderness were facing the tabernacle.When we look forward to what Father intends for us both individually and collectively as a church, we can do a lot more moving forward in unity. “Therefore, no one is to act as your judge in regard to food and drink, or in respect to a festival or a new moon, or a Sabbath day— things which are only a shadow of what is to come; but the substance belongs to Christ. Take care that no one keeps defrauding you of your prize by delighting in humility and the worship of the angels, taking his stand on visions he has seen, inflated without cause by his fleshly mind, and not holding firmly to the head, from whom the entire body, being supplied and held together by the joints and ligaments, grows with a growth which is from God.”Colossians 2:16-19 “But each one is tempted when he is carried away and enticed by his own lust. Then when lust has conceived, it gives birth to sin; and sin, when it has run its course, brings forth death. Do not be deceived, my beloved brothers and sisters. Every good thing given and every perfect gift is from above, coming down from the Father of lights, with whom there is no variation or shifting shadow.”James 1:14-17 “For the Law, since it has only a shadow of the good things to come and not the form of those things itself, can never, by the same sacrifices which they offer continually every year, make those who approach perfect. Otherwise, would they not have ceased to be offered, because the worshipers, having once been cleansed, would no longer have had consciousness of sins? But in those sacrifices there is a reminder of sins every year. For it is impossible for the blood of bulls and goats to take away sins.”Hebrews 10:1-4
Welcome brothers and sisters to Mormon Movie Reviews: Where LDS movie lovers belong! Dives and company will take you back through the archive of nostalgic Mormon videos to bring you some of the most entertaining and obscure videos officially produced by the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Brigham Young University, and unofficial LDS-centric filmmakers. This show highlights the classic faith promoting cinematic gems right along with a few cringeworthy whoppers! You aren't going to read these hard to find movie reviews on Rotten Tomatoes. Join us on this Mormon cinematic adventure and watch to see what masterpieces (or flops) we uncover when we dust off the Beta and VHS tapes! We go live every Monday night at 9:30PM EST! Links E. Jay Bell, Journal of Mormon History The Windows of Heaven Revisited: The 1899 Tithing Reformation https://www.jstor.org/stable/23286314 Windows of Heaven (1963) unedited https://youtu.be/cEZ0ajHbfuA The Windows of Heaven (1979 Revision) https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=tP2RjZ-... MormonMovieReviews@gmail.com www.MormonNewsRoundup.org EP 1 - Mormon Movie Reviews - Windows of Heaven (1963) https://youtu.be/cEZ0ajHbfuA Video Summary In 1899 aging Mormon Prophet Lorenzo Snow is deeply troubled by the Church's crippling debt, left over from the anti-polygamy crusades of the 1880s. He feels prompted to travel to St. George, Utah which is experiencing a tremendous drought, and while preaching in the Tabernacle there he receives a revelation to re-emphasize the law of tithing as the solution to the Church's financial troubles. Furthermore, in the video, he promises rain in St. George if they will faithfully pay tithing. A tithing reformation begins and throughout the Utah territory pioneer settlements, and eventually St. George receives rain and the Church climbs out of debt by the late 1960s. Next Review The Three Witnesses (1968) Thanks so much for joining me to review this film, please like, subscribe, leave a comment, and join us next time for another episode of the MormonMovieReviews: Where LDS Movie Lovers Belong. So long. https://youtu.be/FbI_po3aPgc Thanks so much for joining me to review this film, please like, subscribe, leave a comment, and join us next time for another episode of the MormonMovieReviews: Where LDS Movie Lovers Belong. So long. Support this channel! https://www.venmo.com/u/mormonmoviere... --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/mormonnewsroundup/support
In the Old Testament, statred in the Exodus from Egypt to settling in the new homeland, the Hebrews worship God in the tabernacle. This is the hallowed place where God comes down from heaven to meet with them. In the New Testament, Jesus' sacrifice on the cross began a new process of the Tabernacle, where the Holy Spirit comes down not to a place but into those who repent and accept Jesus' sacrifice for them. Where can you experience God dwelling with us? How does the story of Exodus still point to the exodus from a sinful life that we can experience through Jesus? Join us as pastor David continues the story of Exodus.
This week Rev. Dr. Iosmar Alvarez continues our Stewardship Campaign sermon series “Kingdom Wealth and Stewardship”. Throughout history, tithing has held a profound significance. We learned last week about tithing in response to God's victory and his faithfulness (500 years before the law) with Abraham, and in response to a promise/God's vision in the House of God with Jacob represents a historic appreciation for God's provision and blessings. We also discussed tithing under the law commanded by Moses. Tithing has been an integral part of the worship and obedience to God. Emphasizing the provision of the Levites, the maintenance of the Tabernacle, and support for pilgrimages and feasts.
The Tabernacle - Holy of Holies by Pastor Jose Rivera
John and Adam are joined by Josh Sprunger to discuss seeking God first with our money. Josh is a financial pastor and counselor with Thrivent, an organization that helps people find hope within the issue of finances. They talk about God-honoring financial planning and how that plays out in a practical way. To learn more about the Tabernacle visit us online at: thetabchurch.com.
Dr. Philip Allred continues to explore Hebrews and how Jesus Christ is our Advocate and Savior.Show Notes (English, French, Spanish, Portuguese): https://followhim.co/new-testament-episodes-41-52/YouTube: https://youtu.be/UA-nCVs0QloFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/followhimpodcastInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/followhimpodcastSpotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/15G9TTz8yLp0dQyEcBQ8BYPlease rate and review the podcast!00:00 Part II– Dr. Philip Allred00:07 Review of the Tabernacle and Yom Kippur02:40 Veil and the Holy of Holies05:05 Temple in 3 Nephi07:00 Writing the Law in our hearts and minds09:12 Don't get lost in structure11:57 Dr. Allred's personal story with a fellow student13:46 Israelite Hall of Fame15:28 Abraham learning about Abraham17:00 Sarah and name change20:01 Old Testament examples continue21:26 Dr. Allred in Japan25:14 Rahab the harlot29:24 Running the race 33:17 Jesus developmental experience34:19 Dr. Allred and a high school coach38:00 The Lord chasteneth39:24 Transformation and suffering42:08 “Trial, Blessing, or Both?” and “Rough Start, Great Finish”42:55 Helen Keller 47:03 Esau50:37 The Second Coming54:33 Mediator of the New Covenant58:02 Discipleship and “Think Celestial”1:04:24 End of Part II– Dr. Philip AllredThanks to the followHIM team:Shannon Sorensen: Cofounder, Executive Producer, SponsorDavid & Verla Sorensen: SponsorsDr. Hank Smith: Co-hostJohn Bytheway: Co-hostDavid Perry: ProducerKyle Nelson: Marketing, SponsorLisa Spice: Client Relations, Editor, Show NotesJamie Neilson: Social Media, Graphic DesignAnnabelle Sorensen: Creative Project ManagerWill Stoughton: Video EditorKrystal Roberts: Translation Team, English & French Transcripts, WebsiteAriel Cuadra: Spanish Transcripts"Let Zion in Her Beauty Rise" by Marshall McDonaldhttps://www.marshallmcdonaldmusic.com