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1 The Tabernacle Exodus 25-40

2 The Gate Ex. 27:16 The Gate was the only opening through the hangings of the Court of the Tabernacle. It was made of blue, purple, scarlet and fine twined linen. The Gate was the only opening through the hangings of the Court of the Tabernacle. It was made of blue, purple, scarlet and fine twined linen. Under this Gate any or all the people might approach into the court of Jehovah, Who dwelt in their midst. Under this Gate any or all the people might approach into the court of Jehovah, Who dwelt in their midst. The Gate is a type of Christ as the Way, the only way opened for man to come to the Father. John 14:6. The Gate is a type of Christ as the Way, the only way opened for man to come to the Father. John 14:6.

3 The 4 Colors of the Gate and Their Typology Blue – the color of the atmospheric heavens above the earth. This is typical of Christ as the heavenly One, the Son of God as revealed in John’s gospel Blue – the color of the atmospheric heavens above the earth. This is typical of Christ as the heavenly One, the Son of God as revealed in John’s gospel Purple – the color of royalty, the color of a king’s garment. This is typical of Christ as the royal One, the King of Israel, as revealed in Matthew’s gospel. Purple – the color of royalty, the color of a king’s garment. This is typical of Christ as the royal One, the King of Israel, as revealed in Matthew’s gospel. Scarlet – the color of blood. This is typical of Christ as the suffering, sorrowing Saviour seeking and saving the lost, as revealed in Luke’s gospel. Scarlet – the color of blood. This is typical of Christ as the suffering, sorrowing Saviour seeking and saving the lost, as revealed in Luke’s gospel. Fine Linen – this is typical of the righteousness of Christ as the righteous, faithful Servant of God, as revealed in Mark’s gospel. Fine Linen – this is typical of the righteousness of Christ as the righteous, faithful Servant of God, as revealed in Mark’s gospel.

4 The Brazen Altar Exodus 27:1-8 Upon the Brazen Altar or burnt offering altar the Lord consumed the whole burnt offering. The only ground of forgiveness and acceptance for Israel before God was acceptable offerings. The five kinds of offering [found in Lev. 1-7] all pointed to Christ in typology. Jesus Christ is the sum and fulfillment of them all [Heb. 10:1-17]. Christ is the offering which God provided, by and through whom sinful man is forgiven and accepted. John 14:6. Let’s look at the 5 offerings: Upon the Brazen Altar or burnt offering altar the Lord consumed the whole burnt offering. The only ground of forgiveness and acceptance for Israel before God was acceptable offerings. The five kinds of offering [found in Lev. 1-7] all pointed to Christ in typology. Jesus Christ is the sum and fulfillment of them all [Heb. 10:1-17]. Christ is the offering which God provided, by and through whom sinful man is forgiven and accepted. John 14:6. Let’s look at the 5 offerings:

5 The Burnt Offering Leviticus 1 Willingly and wholly offered unto God, it is a type of Christ Who delighted in doing His Father’s will. The Lord’s perfect obedience and therefore perfect holiness is the basis for God’s acceptance of His death and shed blood for us and thus our acceptance in Him. Willingly and wholly offered unto God, it is a type of Christ Who delighted in doing His Father’s will. The Lord’s perfect obedience and therefore perfect holiness is the basis for God’s acceptance of His death and shed blood for us and thus our acceptance in Him. The acceptance of all other sacrifices depend upon the acceptance of the whole burnt offering. The ascending smoke of the consumed burnt offering was testimony that God accepted the offering. So the resurrection and ascension of Christ is the eternal proof of God’s acceptance of Him and of every believer in Him. Eph. 1:6, 2:6. The acceptance of all other sacrifices depend upon the acceptance of the whole burnt offering. The ascending smoke of the consumed burnt offering was testimony that God accepted the offering. So the resurrection and ascension of Christ is the eternal proof of God’s acceptance of Him and of every believer in Him. Eph. 1:6, 2:6.

6 The Meat Offering Leviticus 2 Of fine flour, it was the food of the priests and their families, after a handful, anointed with oil, had been offered to the Lord. It typifies Christ anointed with the Spirit, living, loving and dying for man. Of fine flour, it was the food of the priests and their families, after a handful, anointed with oil, had been offered to the Lord. It typifies Christ anointed with the Spirit, living, loving and dying for man. Christ as the meat offering meets the demand of God against man because of man’s lack of love toward Him and his fellowman and becomes also the One to supply that need in the believers heart by filling us with His love for others. Christ as the meat offering meets the demand of God against man because of man’s lack of love toward Him and his fellowman and becomes also the One to supply that need in the believers heart by filling us with His love for others.

7 The Peace Offering Leviticus 3 It was eaten by the Levites after the fat, the food of the offering for God, had been burned on the altar with the burnt offering. This offering is a type of Christ as the One Who reconciled us to God by giving that which satisfies Him and which satisfies Christ, our High Priest and thus satisfying us in Him. It was eaten by the Levites after the fat, the food of the offering for God, had been burned on the altar with the burnt offering. This offering is a type of Christ as the One Who reconciled us to God by giving that which satisfies Him and which satisfies Christ, our High Priest and thus satisfying us in Him. The peace offering depended upon the whole burnt offering for its acceptance and the crowning result of Christ satisfying God’s claim against us was not only His bearing ours sins but being made sin for us as well. 1 Peter 2:24, Col. 1: The peace offering depended upon the whole burnt offering for its acceptance and the crowning result of Christ satisfying God’s claim against us was not only His bearing ours sins but being made sin for us as well. 1 Peter 2:24, Col. 1:19-22.

8 The Sin Offering Leviticus 4 It was a sacrifice atoning for the sins committed in ignorance and is typical of Christ bearing the judgment of God against man’s sinful nature. Eph. 2:3. The sinful nature from the first Adam was judged in the death of the second Adam. Rom. 5: It was a sacrifice atoning for the sins committed in ignorance and is typical of Christ bearing the judgment of God against man’s sinful nature. Eph. 2:3. The sinful nature from the first Adam was judged in the death of the second Adam. Rom. 5: He Who was made sin for us was made unto us sanctification and redemption also. In Him was not only our sinful nature judged delivering us from the power of sin, but His divine nature is imparted to every believer and thus the power to please God is realized in the fulness of the Holy Spirit. 1 Cor. 1:30, 2 Peter 1:4, Rom 8:13. He Who was made sin for us was made unto us sanctification and redemption also. In Him was not only our sinful nature judged delivering us from the power of sin, but His divine nature is imparted to every believer and thus the power to please God is realized in the fulness of the Holy Spirit. 1 Cor. 1:30, 2 Peter 1:4, Rom 8:13.

9 The Trespass Offering Leviticus 5:1-6:7 This is a sacrifice of atoning for known sins. This is a type of Christ as the One Who bore in His own body the penalty of man’s sinful acts, words, deeds and thoughts. Rom. 5:6,8 This is a sacrifice of atoning for known sins. This is a type of Christ as the One Who bore in His own body the penalty of man’s sinful acts, words, deeds and thoughts. Rom. 5:6,8 In laying down His life for us, Christ made it possible for God to manifest His righteousness in dealing with our sins in such a way that He maintained His holy character and government and at the same time justifies every sinner who puts their faith in Christ and His finished work. In laying down His life for us, Christ made it possible for God to manifest His righteousness in dealing with our sins in such a way that He maintained His holy character and government and at the same time justifies every sinner who puts their faith in Christ and His finished work. In other words, at the cross righteousness and peace kissed each other at the cross. Psalms 85:10. In other words, at the cross righteousness and peace kissed each other at the cross. Psalms 85:10.

10 The altar speaks to us of Christ’s finished work on the cross. The altar speaks to us of Christ’s finished work on the cross. On Calvary God met us and righteously judged all our sins and reconciled us to Himself, having made peace by the blood of the cross, so that every believer may come acceptably into His prescence. The result of God’s work for the believer is righteousness and peace. That gives quietness and assurance forever. Is. 32:17 On Calvary God met us and righteously judged all our sins and reconciled us to Himself, having made peace by the blood of the cross, so that every believer may come acceptably into His prescence. The result of God’s work for the believer is righteousness and peace. That gives quietness and assurance forever. Is. 32:17


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